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Weekend heat index temperatures in the triple digits lured many residents out to their favorite swimming spots to cool off.

Whitefish Bay's Molly Keiper (back) tangle with Brookfield Central's Mikayla Larzarski for control of the ball in WIAA sectional final play at Whitman Field in Wauwatosa on June 9 with Central advancing to State with a 2-1 win. leads competitors through a turn in the Mens Pro race at the Carl Zach Cycling Classic in downtown Waukesha on Sunday, June 24, 2018.

Pets are welcome to visit from 6-9pm on Monday, March 12, 19 & 26.When police visited the area to investigate, one officer spotted the man standing “buck naked” behind an apartment building in the 2300 block of 17th Avenue likely sunbathing, according to the report. Officers made contact with the Keck, who came outside in a bathrobe.Though he initially denied being naked outside, saying he just took the trash out, the officer said he had seen Keck naked outside; Keck was arrested.Miss West Allis Outstanding Teen 2017 Taylor Stiff readies to pin a crown on Annelise Vass who was selected as Miss West Allis Outstanding Teen 2018 during the Miss New Berlin and Miss West Allis pageants at West Allis Hale on Feb. Peter Janus adds another discarded Christmas tree to a bonfire that is the congregation's tradition for an Epiphany service at The Lutheran Church of the Prince of Peace in Menomonee Falls on Jan. Epiphany marks the end of the season with the ariival of the Magi in Bethlehem 12 days after Christmas. Betsy (left) and Ivory Allen of Genesee look at a display in the Christmas Village building at the Country Christmas at the Ingleside Hotel in Pewaukee. Waukesha North's Haley Marking is congratulated by assistant coach Kaylee Gendrich for driving in what turned out to be the winning run in North's 1-0 WIAA sectional final victory over Arrowhead May 31 at West Allis Hale. New Berlin Eisenhower junior Eli Hoelke signals for a first down after making a catch against Shorewood/Messmer on Oct. Eisenhower defeated Shorewood/Messmer, 55-20, to win the Woodland Conference championship. A youngster is led around the Miller Equestrian Center arena in Menomonee Falls during the Germantown Parks & Recreation horseback riding program on Sunday, Oct. The 3-week program instructs students on proper grooming, tacking and riding techniques in addition to general horse care knowledge. Sussex Hamilton's Katelyn Lefler (left) and Megan Hawthorne (12) chase down a tipped ball during a match at the 2018 Eastbay Charger Challenge hosted by Sussex Hamilton at the Milwaukee Sting Center in Menomonee Falls on Saturday, Sept. Three-year-old Carter Fox of Oconomowoc makes a new friend during the 7th annual Fall Festival hosted by the Downtown Oconomowoc Business Association on Saturday, Sept. The event features live music, dancing, shopping, arts and crafts, food, refreshments and more.Clay Simczyk of Wales reacts to the frigid water during the 2018 Nemahbin Lakes Polar Plunge hosted by Panga Bar and Grill in the Village of Summit on Monday, Jan. This panda at the China Lights lantern festival at the Boerner Botanical Gardens is surrounded by bamboo and leaves, their primary diet. Germantown players Julia Maas (10) and Halee Behrens (3) celebrate winning the first set during the WIAA Regional match at home against Homestead on Thursday, Oct. Seven-year-old Tahi Luke of Pewaukee enjoys an ear of sweet corn during the 23rd annual Pewaukee Kiwanis Beach Party at Pewaukee Beach on Friday, June 22, 2018. Jackson Davis of Pewaukee gives words of encouragement as his 4-year-old daughter Charlie finds her footing during the Girls Try Hockey for Free event at Eble Park Ice Arena in Brookfield on Sunday, Sept. The Waukesha County Wolves all girls hockey organization hosted the event. 1 doubles player Taylor Meeth competes in the Dick Arnold Tennis Championship in Waukesha on Saturday, Sept. Lauren Charbonneau (left) of Menomonee Falls and Lauren Dudzik of Germantown enjoy a carnival ride at the Dominic Days Festival in Brookfield on Saturday, July 14, 2018.

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