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Environment
5:35 pm
Fri December 30, 2011

Wielding Words to Conserve Wilderness

Michael Frome in his Port Washington office

We conclude our year-end tradition, Life’s Voices. WUWM shares the stories and perspectives of people making a difference, often without public fanfare. Today, our installment takes a green turn, as we meet a man dedicating his life to preserving open and wild spaces.

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Veterans
7:57 am
Tue December 27, 2011

War's End Rekindles Grief For Educator

Pat Farrell studies the names of former Catholic Memorial students killed in action.

American troops have been leaving Iraq this month, as President Obama adheres to the schedule for ending the war and the task of rebuilding the country which began nine years ago.

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Veterans
2:58 pm
Mon December 26, 2011

Erin Toner on NPR: VA Shortens Residential AODA Treatment

The Milwaukee VA is shortening its residential mental health treatment programs. Doctors there say the shortened stay from 90 to 45 days will mean more intense treatment and will make it easier for veterans to transition back into society sooner.

But as Erin Toner reported for NPR’s Morning Edition, some patients say getting clean and sober is just the first step in their recovery. They worry about being pushed out too soon.

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Environment
2:51 pm
Fri December 23, 2011

Goats and Landscape Management

Cherrie Nolden of Prairie du Sac is using goats to better control brush.

WUWM's Environmental Reporter Susan Bence spoke with Cherrie Nolden, who is researching how goats can be better used in managing land. Nolden lives in Prairie du Sac.

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Project Milwaukee
3:18 pm
Sat December 17, 2011

Panel Answers Audience Questions About 2011

Project Milwaukee Q&A

Members of a studio audience posed question to our Project Milwaukee: State of Upheaval panel about what happened in 2011 and where we might go from here, Friday morning at the Pabst Theater.

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