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Building on Rich Past, Foundry 45  Positioned for the Future

Building on Rich Past, Foundry 45 Positioned for the Future


Building on Rich Past, Foundry 45 Positioned for the Future The site of the former Amerahn has been transformed into a modern restaurant and reception hall using natural resources and history MITCHELL BRADLEY KELLER ACTING EDITOR Live long enough in and around the Village of Kewaskum and you are assured to hear a similar detail shared amid hundreds of “remember when” stories of the

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An Island Oasis in Kewaskum,  Carribean Joe’s Aims to bring  Good Vibes to Dining

An Island Oasis in Kewaskum, Carribean Joe’s Aims to bring Good Vibes to Dining


An Island Oasis in Kewaskum, Carribean Joe’s Aims to bring Good Vibes to Dining “Chef Joe” – a Milwaukee-native – opened his island-themed restaurant last year, and he’s earned a local following LEAH HENCKEL INTERN JOURNALIST Darvell Ecford, better known locally as “Chef Joe”, is the proud owner of Caribbean Joe’s, an island-inspired restaurant at 215 Main Street in

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Cramming It All In

Cramming It All In


| AS I SEE FIT | Cramming It All In ROY SMALLEY CONTRIBUTOR I read something recently that shocked me. For a long time, the American College of Sports Medicine and the Centers for Disease Control have established physical activity guidelines, recommending that healthy adults get at least 150 minutes of moderate intensity aerobic exercise, or 75 minutes of vigorous aerobic exercise,

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RURAL WRITES

RURAL WRITES


| RURAL WRITES | G.A. SCHEINOHA CONTRIBUTOR Who doesn’t love a mural? Not least being this country dweller. They are art taken to an extreme. Done in bold swatches of color and design. And there is something so appropriate to where they often appear. Whenever I drive around Fond du Lac and glimpse one of those gigantic paintings splayed across a wall, it gives the surroundings a smooth

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CHEF JOE

CHEF JOE


CHEF JOE from page PB sine, which she passed down to her grandson. “Being raised by Grandma, I was started in this industry out in the garden – shucking corn, picking peas, you name it. I was already being groomed for it and didn’t know it,” Ecford said with a smile. “Grandma is really the one behind all of this. She started it all.” Before pursuing a culinary career, Ecford