Twin Lakes

Church fall fest offered fun, history

Church fall fest offered fun, history

Josiah Steele takes the plunge down a bouncy house slide at the Community Baptist Fall Fest in Twin Lakes last weekend. (Photo by Earlene Frederick) By Gail Peckler-Dziki Correspondent The third annual Community Baptist Fall Fest on Oct. 24...

 

Local restaurants to compete in “Bowls ‘n Bakers”

Event to raise funds for Kenosha Area Family and Aging Services By Anne Trautner Staff Writer Six area restaurants will vie for the coveted “Bowls ‘n Bakers” plaques on Wednesday, Nov. 5, at Parkway Chateau, 12304 75th St. (Highway 50). In...

 

Twin Lakes looks to secure sewage plant

By Anne Trautner Staff Writer Keeping people – especially children – safe by keeping them out of the Village of Twin Lakes wastewater treatment plant emerged as a major topic of conversation at Monday’s Village Board meeting. The treatment...

 

Walking in memory of Nate

Walking in memory of Nate

Students from Wilmot Union High School participate in the second annual Nate Walter 5K during homecoming festivities recently. The event raised money for the Ronald McDonald House last year, but this year the proceeds went to start a scholarship...

 

Yik Yak gets big yuck from school officials

By Anne Trautner Staff Writer Last week, both Wilmot Union High School and Westosha Central High School blocked access to Yik Yak, a social media mobile app that has been used nationwide to anonymously bully others and to make violent threats. School...

 

Wheatland school referendum passes

By Anne Trautner Staff Writer Voters approved a referendum Tuesday to authorize the Wheatland Joint 1 School District to exceed the state revenue limit by $625,000 each year for four years, starting in 2014-15. By 8:09 p.m. Tuesday, all the...

 

Westosha, Wilmot celebrate homecoming back to back

Westosha Central High School and Wilmot Union High School will celebrate their school’s Homecoming on back-to-back weekends starting Friday. Westosha Central hosts Waterford this evening at 7 p.m., while Wilmot will play Burlington at 7 p.m....

 

County offers help for treating substance abuse

Forum set for Wednesday in Twin Lakes By Anne Trautner Staff Writer Many people think that drug abuse treatment involves going away to a special facility for 30 days or longer. “That doesn’t provide the best results. With that, you are actually...

 

Wilmot student a semifinalist for National Merit scholarship

Rebecca J. Boyle, of Wilmot Union High School, has been named a Semifinalist in the 60th annual National Merit Scholarship Program. She is one of 16,000 academically talented high school seniors who now have an opportunity to continue in the...

 

Bomb squad blasts open empty box

By Patricia Bogumil Staff Writer Maybe someone had a bunch of old boxes they thought the post office could use. Maybe someone was just fooling around. Or maybe the wind blew the boxes over.It remains anyone’s guess why a box sealed full of...

 
 
 
 

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