PHOTO: Stephanie Frank and Andrew Delaurelle rehearse a scene for the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Theatre and Dance production of “Communicating Doors.” UWGB photo GREEN BAY , Wis. (WFRV) – University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Theatre and Dance will tinker with time in presenting its mainstage production of “Communicating Doors,” opening Friday, April 25, in University Theatre of Theatre Hall on campus.
The Outagamie County landfill recycles over 82,000 tons of material each year, and that number is about to go up. This summer the facility will be adding a new bailer, allowing it to accept type 4, and type 5 recyclables. that includes ice cream pales, yogurt cups, and juice cartons. "The technology is there now to where the manufacturer can
GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) - The severe weather season is just about here but are you weather ready? On Local 5 News at 6:30, Local 5 talked with Paul Gazdik, the Director of Brown County Emergency Management to talk about Severe Weather Awareness Week.
DALLAS (Ivanhoe Newswire) - Meredith Messerli is thankful she can study without pain. The college freshman spent two years of her life battling severe migraines. "Just walking, I could hear my steps, they would hurt my head. I would just lay in a dark room all day and not really talk to anyone," Messerli told Ivanhoe. She saw 30 doctors
CLEVELAND, Ohio (Ivanhoe Newswire) - It's the third leading cause of death in the U.S., killing more than 130,000 Americans a year. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease- COPD-can literally take a person's breath away. Now, there are three new treatments that may help patients breathe easier. Not long ago, crocheting was simply too much for Mary Morgan. "I couldn't do it
Even though Wisconsin is known for its dairy industry....Agriculture in the state is quite diverse and there are several ways to farm successfully. A prime example of this is a grass fed naturally based livestock enterprise located just outside of Berlin.
The USDA has revised their projections for milk production this year. Despite the impact of the drought in California, the report calls for an increase in cow numbers , production per cow and total milk production. But thanks to strong demand, second half prices should remain firm...resulting in good dairy margins
CHILTON (WFRV) Bob Schuh was doing his part for the war effort in 1943. Just a year out of high school, he worked at an aluminum factory in Manitowoc making utensils for armed service members and wings for aircraft. Then one day he received a notice of greetings from the President of the United States. He called it a cause
THE FOX CITIES (WFRV) Town of Menasha native Bryenna Breckheimer had some simple reasons for enlisting the U.S. Air Force in 2010. "And just see more of the world as well as getting my education paid for," Breckheimer said. Her original goal to become a teacher gave way to serve as a medical technician. When she was deployedto Bagra, Afghanistan
(WFRV) - Many families are struggling to make ends meet, rather than focusing on what's truly important. As Local 5's Wendy Fleury shows us, a local group is stepping in to help. (WFRV) - Love Life Ministry is open at Peace United Methodist Church, 919 Schwartz St. in Green Bay, on Thursdays from 1 PM - 4 PM. You must have
(WFRV) - Some local students are turning wood into a gift of gratitude for those serving on the front lines. Local 5's Wendy Fleury has the story. For more information, visit the Penn State Industries School website.