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Shoreline Duathlon 2013 in Pictures

Bike racers in a group during Shoreline Duathlon 2013 in Mequon, Wisconsin

Concordia University's Shoreline Duathlon was, once again, a smashing success as 197 participants finished the run-bike-run race earlier this morning. Your Mequon sent Homestead High School student photographer Anna Ward to capture some of the highlights. [slider_pro id="4"]   More Shoreline Duathlon 2013 photos are posted on Flickr.  All images are licensed under a Creative Commons ... [Read more]

Concordia’s 2013 Shoreline Duathlon

The bluff at Concordia University in Mequon Wisconsin

If you are looking for a way to wrap up your summer workout, this could be the event for you! This Saturday, August 17th, Concordia University Wisconsin in Mequon will hold their annual Shoreline Duathlon. Proceeds from the race will benefit the CUW Cross Country and Track & Field teams, as well as Racers Against Childhood Cancer. For those not-in-the-know, a duathlon is a triathlon -- ... [Read more]

Wilson’s Lego Pizza Men Take St. Louis

Lego pizza men from Wilson Elementary School in Mequon, WI

Wilson Elementary School students were recently featured on Channel 4 TODAY’S TMJ4. The following is a transcription of TODAY’S TMJ4 Video. Six kids from Mequon got to meet a big star on Friday, all because of their amazing ability to build with Legos. Carole Meekins has their story. They call themselves the Lego Pizza Men. A group of Wilson Elementary School students who love to ... [Read more]

Preparing Homestead Students to Move On

Young man wearing grey T-shirt talking to a young woman

The number of students who start college but don’t finish is “staggering and astounding” says Brett Bowers, principal of Homestead High School. Last month, Principal Bowers gave a presentation to the Mequon-Thiensville Chamber of Commerce where he outlined some of the recent changes at Homestead aimed specifically at “getting students ready for college or careers”. His ultimate goal:  to make ... [Read more]