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  1. a city in SE Wisconsin, W of Milwaukee.

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This, Waukesha’s 58th Christmas Parade, was to be a triumph of community, 67 bands and dance teams, Scouts and sports teams — a festive reminder that people still knew how to find life’s pleasures together.

Lindsay Eckert grew up in Waukesha, played in her high school band, performed in countless parades.

Of Wisconsin’s eligible 408 districts, Waukesha is the only one choosing to opt out, according to the state Department of Public Instruction.

After two months of calls, petitions and rallies, the Alliance for Education in Waukesha celebrated next week’s meeting.

Waukesha is the only eligible school district in the state to eschew the funding.

In January, 1871, he was appointed an officer of the reform school at Waukesha, Wisconsin.

In her own circle of acquaintances several young men in whom she was interested had gone to Waukesha.

And such a reel; it will go down to history as the dance of the Waukesha meeting.

On the evening of the second we stopped at Prairie Village, now known as Waukesha.

He came to Wisconsin in 1851; learned the printer's trade, and was afterward editor of the Waukesha Democrat.