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WATCH: Madison Memorial advances in hockey tournament

Madison Memorial beat Edgewood Tuesday night to advance in the WIAA state hockey tournament.

WATCH highlights from the game Tuesday.

Memorial will play Middleton next.

WATCH: Memorial wins 15th state swim & dive championship

Saturday at the UW Natatorium, Madison Memorial put on a show at the Division One State Swim and Dive Championship. 

WATCH highlights from the competition. The Spartans put up a staggering 350.5 points, which was the second highest total in division one state history.

Moonlight Movie Series to premiere in late February with "Frozen"

The Madison Parks Moonlight Movie Series will start Feb. 27 with a showing of the movie "Frozen."

Residents are encouraged to bring their families and blankets to Tenney Park for the movie showing at 6 p.m.

The movie showings will continue with other family-friendly classics, like "Battleship" and "The Incredibles," in the coming months at various Madison parks.

Madison Parks, Madison Mallards, the Madison Parks Foundation present the event, which is sponsored by Zimbrick Honda.

WATCH: Madison Memorial defeats Middleton in Game of the Week

The Madison Memorial boys basketball team beat Middleton 49-40 in Big 8 basketball action Thursday night for the Channel3000.com Prep Mania Game of the Week.

WATCH highlights from the game.

Area Girl Scouts ready for cookie sales season

Friday marks the first day of Girl Scout cookie sales.

News 3 Reporter Mary Jo Ola was at the Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Badgerland Council Center on Madison's south side Friday to talk to the budding entrepreneurs, a group of Daisies, Brownies, Juniors and a Cadette Girl Scout, about the coming sales season.

Visit gsbadgerland.org for more information.

WATCH: Madison West hockey beats Middleton 7-2

Madison West hockey beat Middleton 7-2 Tuesday night in the Channel3000.com Game of the Week.

WATCH highlights from Big Eight ice as the Cardinals took on the Regents. 

High school honors Bruce Dahmen year after death

High school honors Bruce Dahmen year after death

The Madison Memorial High School community remembered one of their own with a special dedication Tuesday.

The Bruce Dahmen Welcome Center was unveiled Tuesday.

Dahmen died suddenly a year ago.

He worked at Madison Memorial for 40 years, and was hired a principal in 2005.

Wednesday is the anniversary of Dahmen's passing, and school officials said they took their time coming up with a fitting dedication.

"Trying to find our way forward after Bruce passed away. Trying to find the right way to recognize him and make sure his legacy lives on and some of that is within us, but some of that is also external things like being able to publicly set aside a space in a building that's so prominent as a way of really honoring his legacy," Madison Memorial High School principal Jay Affeldt said.

The space features Dahmen's signature saying, "Make good decisions." He frequently gave that advice to students during his career.