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Sikh Temple Shooting
2:42 pm
Fri August 10, 2012

Bringing Together Communities of Faith After Temple Shootings

The Interfaith Conference of Greater Milwaukee is working to bridge the gap between communities of faith.

Visitation is going on this morning in Oak Creek for the victims of Sunday’s shootings at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin. Six temple-goers were killed in shootings by Wade Michael Page of Cudahy before Page reportedly killed himself.

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Sikh Temple Shooting
2:27 pm
Fri August 10, 2012

Hundreds Pay Respects, Led by Family Members and Dignitaries

People from near and far honor the victims of tragedy.

Family members of the six people slain at the Sikh Temple in Oak Creek, shared their grief and consolation Friday and offered reflections on their loved ones to a crowd of hundreds gathered in the Oak Creek High School gymnasium. Dignitaries, including U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder expressed condolences to the community during the joint funeral for the six.

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Sikh Temple Shooting
2:22 pm
Fri August 10, 2012

A Little About the Sikh Temple Victims

All will be honored Friday.

Thousands of people will stream into Oak Creek High School Friday morning. They will spend time at the joint memorial service for the six people a gunman killed at the Sikh Temple on Sunday.

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Sikh Temple Shooting
1:22 pm
Fri August 10, 2012

Thousands Mourn Sikh Temple Members at Joint Funeral

The line of mourners extended out the door of Oak Creek High School.

There was a huge outpouring of love and support in Oak Creek today, as the six worshippers a gunman shot and killed at the Sikh Temple Sunday were laid to rest. As WUWM’s Marti Mikkelson reports, a couple thousand people turned out for the public wake and service at Oak Creek High School. Those in grief were surrounded, and they, in turn, encouraged others.

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Regional
12:32 pm
Fri August 10, 2012

A Letter from Milwaukee to Wisconsin

Milwaukee writes a letter to Wisconsin
Credit a.drian, flickr

Whether you are a native Wisconsinite or newcomer, it’s hard not to notice that the relationship between Milwaukee and the rest of the state can be a bit frosty. All relationships go through their ups and downs, but the tension between these two has been especially apparent in the last couple of years. So when talking things out seems to get nowhere, sometimes the only thing to do is sit down and write a letter, as Lake Effect essayist Alex Runner discovered. Runner is an award-winning essayist who lives in Milwaukee's Sherman Park neighborhood.

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