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Articles tagged with 'sledding'

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Is sledding too dangerous?

Published Jan. 2, 2014

Many people agree that sledding is fun, but that it also can be dangerous. But is it too dangerous?

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Release your inner Griswold with the 2013 sledding guide

Published Dec. 22, 2013

It looks like we won't have to dream of a white Christmas this year. And that means it's time to bring the sled down from the rafters, wax up the bottom and make sure the handles are tight. OnMilwaukee.com is happy to provide you with a list of some of the best hills in the county.

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Head for the hills (and bring your sled)

Published Dec. 12, 2010

The snow is finally starting to fall in Milwaukee, so grab your sled, toboggan or inner tube and get ready to ride your way down the slopes.

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Outdoor winter activities guide

Published Jan. 12, 2010

From sledding to skiing, skating and more, there's no reason to hide from the Wisconsin winter. Get out there and have some fun. But, don't do it before checking out our guide.

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Festive and frugal this holiday season

Published Dec. 22, 2009

Whether your budget is a tad tighter this year thanks to a slow economy or you're just always hungry for a good deal, there are tons of ways to save on wrapping, cards, gifts and cooking. Take these money saving tips to save a few bucks during the holiday and, have a few more to spend in the New Year.

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Milwaukee County sledding guide

Published Nov. 29, 2009

It's another Wisconsin winter, and love it or hate it, there's no denying that gathering the family or a group of friends to hit the snow-covered hills is one of the perks that we Midwesterners can enjoy, most years, well into the months that other states call "spring."