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Blue River, Wisconsin Funeral Homes
East Street
Blue River, Wisconsin 53518
(608) 537-2489
Blue River, Wisconsin Obituaries and News
“First Daughter and the Black Snake” Lights the Path February 26, 2017

But women making films about American Indian women can be a battle. “My motivation is really to wake people up who look like me—blonde and blue-eyed,” said Kring, a Wisconsin native who is descended from the indigenous Sami people of northern Sweden. (www.laprogressive.com)

Voters await economic revival in a part of pro-President Donald Trump America February 28, 2017

Wisconsin, a sturdy brick in the once-mighty Big Blue Wall, abandoned the Democratic Party and that wall crumbled. Some 50 counties stretching 300 miles down the Mississippi River - through Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa and Illinois - transformed in one ... (The Marshall News Messenger)

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Ramona Firkins February 27, 2017

Mona is survived by her husband, Jim; her sons, Bruce (Debra) of Bloomington, Steve (Amy) of Black River Falls, Wis.; her daughters, Nancy (Steve) Smith of Blue Earth, Diane (Wayne) Johanns of Jacksonville, Fla., nine grandchildren, Rick, Teri, Ezra ... (Fairmont Sentinel)

Tawt núk Tii Chám iyanchi Gladys Mae Miller Piel February 27, 2017

With her children she camped with Aunty Esther at Potato Hill every summer picking huckleberries, climbing Potato Hill, walking to Two Lakes, fishing, hunting for wild strawberries and blue berries ... to the Columbia River when fishing season began ... (Yakima Herald)