• Scout builds butterfly garden in Salem park
  • Salem native Brown commits to La Crosse
  • Wilmot opts out of federal school lunch program
  • Music for the masses
  • DEER HUNTING PREVIEW: Herd strong, optimism high for season

Scout builds butterfly garden in Salem park

Town employee gets project rolling By Gail Peckler-Dziki Correspondent Evan Kirsch had to complete a community service project to become an Eagle Scout – and he took the advice of Salem resident and town employee Judy Grasser. “I contacted his troop and suggested a monarch way station if anyone had […]

Salem native Brown commits to La Crosse

Central senior excels in classroom, on volleyball court By Mike Ramczyk Sports Editor In western Kenosha County, volleyball is king when it comes to sports. Whether it’s Westosha Central or Wilmot high schools, both have boys and girls varsity programs as of this past fall, and some of the state’s […]

Wilmot opts out of federal school lunch program

Students didn’t like the taste of mandated food choices By Anne Trautner and Patricia Bogumil Staff Writers The “one size fits all approach” to the new federal school lunch guidelines hasn’t fit everyone. Some school districts, such as Wilmot Union High School, have opted out of the federal school lunch […]

Music for the masses

     Wheatland Center School students Peyton Williamson (left) and Rebecca Rainey provide the music for shoppers at the school’s annual fall craft fair Nov. 22. (Photo by Earlene Frederick)

DEER HUNTING PREVIEW: Herd strong, optimism high for season

Wisconsin’s annual nine-day gun deer season opens Saturday. State wildlife officials are optimistic for the southern district due to stability, and in some cases an increase in deer population. Check out our special season preview by clicking here.

 

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