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Former Milwaukee Brewer George 'Boomer' Scott dies

Former Milwaukee Brewer George 'Boomer' Scott dies

George “The Boomer” Scott, formerly of the Milwaukee Brewers and Boston Red Sox Hall of Famer, has died in his hometown of Greenville, Miss. He was 69 according to the Associated Press.

Scott was born on March 23, 1944. He passed away Sunday, July 28, 2013 of complications due to diabetes.The Milwaukee Brewers issued the following statement on the passing of George Scott:

Wisconsin bikers wanted for womens, childrens benefit ride

Wisconsin bikers wanted for womens, childrens benefit ride

WINGS Program, Inc. hosts a yearly motorcycle ride to benefit women and children of domestic abuse and other issues. Riders from Wisconsin, Illinois and Indiana take part in the annual event.

The course starts in Lake County, Illinois and goes through Kenosha County, Wisconsin. Riders enjoy 100 miles of a scenic route before returning to the starting point.

There have been four new stops added to the event this year. Participants start at J.D. Bootlegger's, 25491 W. Old Grass Lake Road, Antioch, Illinois. Registration starts at 9:00 a.m. and the ride concludes with a meal at 5:00 p.m.

Storm Hockey Wins 6th Game in 7 Tries

Storm Hockey Wins 6th Game in 7 Tries

A strong third period helped the combined Whitefish Bay/Nicolet/Shorewood hockey team to a 5-2 win over Brookfield/Catholic Memorial Saturday, extending its win streak to four games.

JSOnline.com reported that the Storm (6-1) were down 2-1 in the second period before tying it up, then scored three times in eight minutes in the third period.

According to WisconsinPrepHockey.net, the Storm’s only loss was a 5-4 decision at Arrowhead, when the Warhawks scored four times in the third...

Milwaukee County Parks offers free golf for dads on June 17th

Milwaukee County Parks offers free golf for dads on June 17th

Milwaukee County Parks is offering dads a free day of golfing on June 17th after 1:00 p.m. at golf courses throughout the county. To get in on this special deal, print your voucher from CountyParks.com.

Child actress Cozi Zuehlsdorff to appear at Lakeshore Chinooks game

Child actress Cozi Zuehlsdorff to appear at Lakeshore Chinooks game

13-year-old actress Cozi Zuehlsdorff, from the Dolphin Tale, will join Lakeshore Chinooks fans at Kapco Park on June 5th. Zuehlsdorff will sign autographs for fans and help cheer on the Chinooks to a win.

The young actress will also sing the national anthem before the first pitch. The June 5th game against the Eau Claire Express begins at 6:35 p.m.

Guinness world record attempt happens June 23, Lake Geneva

Guinness world record attempt happens June 23, Lake Geneva

Vespa and scooter enthusiasts and their fans can participate in a Guinness world record attempt for the largest scooter parade on the planet. The rally happens Saturday, June 23, 2012. The parade kicks off at 11:00 a.m.

Participation is free to anyone who will be driving any type of scooter in the parade. For those who don't wish to ride in the parade, it's a great opportunity to watch the event and be a part of history in the making.

The two-mile route through historic Lake Geneva will have a police escort. It ends with a celebration at Flatiron Park in the City of Lake Geneva. Coordinators hope to have 1,000 Vespas and scooters of all types participate.

Nicolet High School student wins national award for video contest

Nicolet High School senior Adrianna Torres received an award after competing in the 2011 Signatures Contest sponsored by Gatorade and MaxPreps.com. Torres made a video about the rituals sports athletes perform.

Videos in this contest were judged fon creativity, relevance to high school sports and overall quality of the video. She is one of five students from high schools around the state to win.

Check out the winning video here.