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Wrapped up in love

Wrapped up in love

Carol Maplethorpe explains her project, Knit for Kids, done through World Vision. She has made over 200 sweaters since she retired that have gone all over the globe to keep kids warm. (Photo by Gail Peckler-Dziki) Knitting group creates comfort...

 

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...

 

Panthers’ season ends in heartbreak

Panthers’ season ends in heartbreak

Panthers players drop to the field moments after Wilmot missed a 37-yard field goal with 2 seconds remaining in a 21-20 loss at Burlington in the first round of the WIAA playoffs Oct. 24. Wilmot finished the year 6-4. (Photo by Mike Ramczyk) By...

 

Check out our voters’ guide before heading to the polls

Check out our voters’ guide before heading to the polls

If you’re still trying to decide which candidate to favor in our local races or if your not even sure which state Senate and Assembly districts you live in, check out Southern Lakes Newspapers voter’s guide. Follow this link for...

 

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...

 

Balloon fun with Master Ron

Balloon fun with Master Ron

Master Ron makes balloon animals for children at the annual Pumpkin Daze festival in Salem Oct. 18. A variety of fun events and entertainment was available during the festival. (Photo by Earlene Frederick) Share this:EmailPrintTwitterFacebookLinkedInGooglePinterest

 

Halloween central

Halloween central

Standing ready with a plethora of costumes, gag gifts and curiosities for sale are manager Kim Bulava (left) and owner Joanne Linker of JJ Blinkers in down-town Antioch, Ill. (Photo by Bruce Heard) JJ Blinkers has a costume for every whim By...

 

Football playoffs: And now, the real season begins

Football playoffs: And now, the real season begins

Ethan Scott had a big day rushing for Wilmot in last week’s win over Westosha Central. The Panthers get a chance to avenge an earlier loss to Burlington on Friday night. (Photo by Earlene Frederick) From the first day of training camp in August,...

 

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...

 
 
 
 

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