FoxValley365 Week in Review for June 22


    Here are our most popular stories of the week, brought to you by Werner Electric Supply.

    Pastor and school board member Alvin Dupree is defending his mention of faith at the Appleton North graduation ceremony.




    Wisconsin natives Dot McDonald Brandon “Champ” Robinson have created a TV drama set in Milwaukee, and are hoping to get it picked up by a network.



    After watching the Netflix series “When They See Us,” Rev. Marcus Allen shared his harrowing story of being falsely arrested.




    A Madison immigration attorney offered advice to immigrants as the Trump administration promises more ICE raids next week.




    The Ho-Chunk Nation’s digital library project celebrated its third year of work.




    Wisconsin native Anisha Mack Blumenberg published a children’s book about giving.

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