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How well do you know Brookfield and Elm Grove? Put your community knowledge to the test in our biweekly Mystery Photo Contest.

Take a close look at this photo, and see if you can figure out where it was taken. If you think you know, send an email with “mystery photo” in the subject line to news@jrn.com by 5 p.m. Monday. Include your mailing address in the body of the email.

We’ll draw one name from all correct answers submitted, and that person will earn two Marcus Theatres movie passes. In next week’s paper, we’ll announce the winner.

News IQ

News IQ answers: Congratulations to Hazel Ewert, who correctly responded that 35 single-family lots are proposed for a new subdivision being eyed for the 2500 and 2600 blocks of Lilly Road in Brookfield; Jim Adlam was promoted to assistant police chief at the Brookfield Police Department; and Matt Unertl of Sussex Hamilton was the first player to be named Now Newspapers All-Suburban Player of the Year outright in back-to-back seasons. Brookfield East running back Sam Santiago-Lloyd this year became the second player to earn that distinction.

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