The Lyons Family Art Show

Tim Lyons was a son, a brother, an uncle, a brother-in-law and a best friend. His brother, Tony, and sisters Angela and Maureen remember him as a kind, creative person who loved his family and friends dearly. This touching and memorable way to honor and appreciate Tim’s life was created out of love by those who cared the most for him.

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The Opioid Dilemma

Statistics point to one truth – opioid abuse has taken its unfortunate place in American culture. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention reports overdose deaths involving prescription opioids quadrupled from 1999 to 2015, affecting183,000 people.

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New In The Village

This summer has seen the opening of two new major commercial developments. A redevelopment of the building at the corner of Harwood Avenue and Glenview Avenue, and State Street Station, a mixed use residential apartment and commercial building on State Street.

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Tosa Life Photo Contest

As you’ve been enjoying life in Tosa this summer, some of you have submitted your most entertaining and awe-inspiring snapshots to the City’s first “Tosa Life” photography contest. The last official date to submit your pictures was September 1st…here they are.

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Manage Your Energy, Not Your Time

By Derek Deprey Do you ever feel behind, too busy, exhausted, stressed, toxic, impatient, irritable or unfocused? Is your yawn another scream for a coffee? Does your dessert order always start with “I shouldn’t,” and end with...

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The Soaring History of Otto Klein

In total, Klein spent 40 years in government service around the world. His accomplishments and contributions in aerial navigation should be seen as vital to the success of the U.S. Military operations after WWII. Quite the journey for the Vice-President of the Wauwatosa High Class of 1940.

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Gourmet Gauntlet

In this second chef variation on a bag of Tosa Farmers Market ingredients, your favorite local restaurants got casual at the grill and gave us their own bold interpretations of a timeless summer tradition: the burger. These recipes are straightforward, and you could have made them yourself, if only you’d thought of them first.

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A Message From the Mayor

I remember beginning each new school year reminding my children how to be safe on their way to elementary and middle school. I know as a parent how important it is to teach them to watch for cars, cross at intersections with signals or crossing guards and most of all — be alert to traffic.

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Editor’s Note

While this summer season was packed with activity and adventure, I’m so pleased to be settling into routine and my couch. Sweater weather and football season are at our doorstep while we get to watch the Packers and Badgers (and Brewers, too) battle for their respective divisions.

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