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First Look: Tochi in West Bend

Published Dec. 22, 2015

Tochi is still that same familiar ramen shop with creative takes on the traditional. It's just a few miles further north in West Bend. But, rest assured, it's worth the drive for heart-warming bowls of ramen love.


Tochi leaves Shorewood for West Bend

Published July 31, 2015

Tochi, the ramen restaurant which opened in January 2014 in the old Anaba Tea Room space at 2107 E. Capitol Dr., will move its operations to West Bend.


Mysterious mounds make for historical hike

Published July 25, 2015

One of the Milwaukee area's most interesting parks is a bit off the beaten path, but it's worth making tracks to Lizard Mound County Park in Farmington, just north of West Bend in Washington County. A wooded path twists and turns through 28 Native American effigy mounds, including the one shaped like a huge lizard which gives the park its name.


Grothman: 7-day work week is about freedom

Published Jan. 6, 2014

Republican West Bend State Sen. Glenn Grothman wants to bring back the seven-day work week. "All sorts of people want to work seven days a week," Grothman told The Huffington Post.

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West Bend, Iowa

WEST BEND, Iowa - Oh shit.... I'm in the wrong West Bend.Stopped in West Bend, Iowa and it's been a very 'Back-to-the-Future' experience touring the community of 800, located about 150 miles east of Sioux City and 180 miles northwest of Ames, Iowa.West Bend, Iowa has one grocery - Kampen Foods, o...

Mother Nature throws a tantrum

MOTHER NATURE THROWS A TANTRUM....WEST BEND, Iowa - Mother Nature must be going through 'the change' because she sure was throwing a tantrum today.Temps soared to 92 degrees with a heat index of 112. Headwinds were also strong at 25 miles per hour. It was the type of wind where flags stood at att...

Wisconsin connections

Day 9 Wisconsin connection July 4, 2010 RAYMER - One of the most amazing things on this tour has been the Wisconsin connection; the number of people I've met who are from Wisconsin. Bob in Bishop ran the Tree Motel. He was originally from Columbus. Wis. "I miss the change in seasons," he s...

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