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Wheatland school referendum passes

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...

 

Arriving in style

Arriving in style

Students at Westosha Central High School drive tractors to school last week – an annual tradition for homecoming at the school. (Photo by Earlene Frederick) Share this:EmailPrintTwitterFacebookLinkedInGooglePinterest

 

Political signs become part of the debate

Political signs become part of the debate

This sign stands on the corner of Larch and Cogswell. Dissolve proponents plan to leave the defaced signs up. (Photo by Gail Peckler-Dziki) Signs defaced following spat over their legality By Gail Peckler-Dziki Correspondent It’s a sign of...

 

GAME OF THE WEEK: First-place clash awaits Wilmot Friday

GAME OF THE WEEK: First-place clash awaits Wilmot Friday

Marcus Lindstrand hauls in a pass Sept. 26 in a victory over Union Grove. The Panthers have reeled off three straight victories and sit atop the SLC at 3-1 prior to a first-place showdown with Lake Geneva Badger Friday. (Photo by Earlene Frederick) The...

 

It’s the great pumpkin (under construction)

It’s the great pumpkin (under construction)

Cindi Ernest, Salem town clerk, builds a papier-mâché pumpkin for Salem Pumpkin Daze. When complete, the pumpkin will be painted and carved and ready for pictures with children who visit the event. Pumpkin Daze is set for Saturday, Oct. 18...

 

Many answer call to find body of missing fisherman

Many answer call to find body of missing fisherman

A Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources boat goes out to aid in the search for a man lost on Silver Lake last week. The body was eventually recovered. (Photo by Earlene Frederick) By Gail Peckler-Dziki Correspondent A phone call received...

 

Salem welcomes hometown girl as new postmaster

Salem welcomes hometown girl as new postmaster

Newly appointed Postmaster Amy Riley is happy to assist customers at the Salem Post Office. (Photo by Gail Peckler-Dziki) By Gail Peckler-Dziki Correspondent Amy Riley is the new postmaster at the Salem Post Office, and she likes it. The location...

 

These races have gone to the dogs

These races have gone to the dogs

  Wiener Dog Races featured slim jims, chunkier models and a variety of mixes running through their paces Sept. 13 at the Paddock Lake Oktoberfest. (Photo by Earlene Frederick) Share this:EmailPrintTwitterFacebookLinkedInGooglePinterest

 

Body of missing fisherman recovered

Body of missing fisherman recovered

Illinois man had been missing since Tuesday on Silver Lake The body of a fisherman who had been missing since Tuesday was recovered by search crews just before 8:30 a.m. Friday, according to the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department. The body...

 

Busy lake days are winding down

Busy lake days are winding down

Families splashed, floated and boated to take advantage of a variety of water sports on Lake Mary and other local lakes thanks in large part to beautiful weather during the long Labor Day holiday weekend. (Photo by Earlene Frederick) Share...

 
 
 
 

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