Madison365 Week in Review for November 10


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    FoxValley365 will launch on Martin Luther King Day!







    Tony Evers beat Scott Walker in the race for governor, making Mandela Barnes the first black lieutenant governor of Wisconsin.




    Josh Kaul also beat incumbent Brad Schimel for attorney general.





    A Madison teacher allegedly used the n-word against a black student and has been asked not to return to school pending an investigation.




    Madison Pro Soccer has hired a Latino Outreach Manager.





    Ho-Chunk pilot Joshua Decorah Stanford, the only Native American to fly with the Flying Tigers in WWII, was inducted into the Wisconsin Aviation Hall of Fame.




    The highly anticipated stage adaptation of Sagashus Levingston’s book Infamous Mothers opened last night and will run for the next three weekends.




    The third annual White Collar Boxing event drew 400 people to raise funds for the Bob Lynch Boxing Foundation.




    A westside neighborhood safety meeting rankled some black community leaders.




    The Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce announced it will honor Jeff Patterson of JP Hair Design with the Ground Floor Award for Small Business Leadership.



    The Links’ 9th Annual Jazz Brunch will honor community members and celebrate scholars today.




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