Oconomowoc’s Natalie Perrault prepares to bump the ball during the Coons’ WIAA Division 1 sectional volleyball battle with Menomonee Falls at Germantown Thursday, October 31, 2013.
Credit: Dave Haberkorn
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Daniel Shelton hangs onto his daughter, Anastasia while her mother, Ashley, puts on her shoes after her attempt to climb the wall at the Pabst Farms YMCA.
Credit: Mary Catanese
Madyson Becker, 4, far left, and Carley Hendricks, 2, wait for trick-or-treaters to visit their house in Sussex.
Natalie Retherford, 3, sings during the Spooktacular Halloween activity at the Saint Francis Public Library.
Credit: Peter Zuzga
Wauwatosa West's Emily Schaefer (left) and Elise Ditscheit reach for a Pius XI serve during the during a WIAA girls volleyball regional game at Pius.
Workers with Veit Specialty Contracting make quick work of tearing down the old Brown Deer Dean Elementary School building.
Credit: John O'Hara
Shorewood High School student Casey Tutton takes part in arehearsal for the school's production of "Spelling Bee".
University School junior Merrill Read, 17, cheers during player introductions at the WIAA state soccer finals at Uihlein Soccer Park.
Saint Mary'Catholic School third-grader Lilly Alburg (left) waits to take park in her school's annual All Saints Day Mass in Menomonee Falls. Third-graders at the school dress as saints for the mass.
Whitefish Bay goalie Alex Witteman (on ground) and Casey Loyda (center) defend against Wauwatosa East's John Ensch in the WIAA Division 2 sectional semifinal at Whitefish Bay.
Credit: C.T. Kruger
Gemma, 3 (left) and Lily Krueger, 4, participate in costumed tales with David Krueger (back, left) and Jan Krueger during Halloween in the Cabin at the Hales Corners Public Library.
Kim Smith of Franklin knits products for her Kingdom Sowing booth at the Franklin Lioness Club's Craft Fair at Milwaukee Area Technical College.
Ken Weston describes the paranormal activity he has witnessed in his New Berlin home.
Meg Borkowski (center) as Dolly introduces herself as a meddler to Karin Jorgensen and Ryan McNulty in the Brookfield Central High School production of "Hello Dolly".
John Kolster picks up leaves in the 5000 block of 41st Street in Greenfield. The Greenfield Department of Public Works will clear leaves until the week of Thanksgiving or snow, whichever comes first.
Parked on what will be music classrooms, a crain positions concrete wall panels for the new Franklin High School auditorium.
Muskego celebrates its victory in the second game against Greendale during the WIAA Division 1 sectional semifinal at Greenfield High School.
Kristy Casey of Forte Interior Design decorates one of the trees in an upstairs bedroom in the American Cancer Society's Christmas Fantasy House in Brookfield.
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