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10 haunted houses, hayrides, and walking tours in Southeastern Wisconsin

Are you looking to get into the Halloween spirit? Visiting a haunted house, taking a hayride through a haunted forest or even doing a walking tour can be the answer. Get spooked and find thrills across Southeastern Wisconsin this September and October. Check out these 10 spots for an eerie and whirlwind adventure in Southeastern […]

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Caledonia Police Department Weekly Police Reports Aug. 3-16

After a short hiatus, The Caledonia Police Department shared the past two weeks of police reports. Between Aug. 3 and Aug. 16, there were 767 calls for service in the Village of Caledonia. According to the department, the calls included 284 traffic stops, 14 traffic collisions (three involved motorcycles), and six arrests for OWI; two-first […]

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