Fox Valley Week in Review for January 26

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    Green Bay YWCA CEO Renita Robinson delivered the keynote at the MLK Interfaith Prayer Service on Monday.

    Hundreds turned out for the first-ever Appleton Area School District MLK Day of Service.

    Since coming to Oshkosh from Chicago eight years ago, Tracey Robertson has turned challenges into a thriving nonprofit and an award-winning gospel radio show.

    Hundreds attended the MLK observance at Lawrence University Monday night.

    A UW-Oshkosh alum, who couldn’t read until he was 18, now has a PhD and a children’s book featuring a Black dyslexic superhero.

    After seven years in Appleton, Cozzy Corner is looking to grow.

    UW-Green Bay’s Mai Lo Lee has committed herself to supporting the school’s increasingly diverse student body.

    Appleton’s Kathy Flores has turned pain into power, dedicating herself to supporting LGBTQ youth around the state.

    A new USL League Two soccer team will begin play in a new $14 million stadium this spring.

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