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Call for volunteers to help with Libertyfest

Call for volunteers to help with Libertyfest

Fourth of July is not as far away as you may think. The clock is ticking and the Twin Lakes Chamber of Commerce and Business Association needs volunteers to help with Libertyfest 2014. The two-day event, slated for July 4 and 5 is held at Lance...

 

The Schuette-Daniels Furniture Store in Burlington was destroyed by fire April 5.  The store has been the cornerstone of the community since 1929. The five-alarm fire drew more than 20 different fire departments from the area and destroyed...

 

Making beautiful music

Making beautiful music

Wilmot Union High School hosted area school bands to a music festival April 5 in the field House. Here the WHS symphonic band performs. (Earlene Frederick photo)   Share this:EmailPrintTwitterFacebookLinkedInGooglePinterest

 

Music makers

Music makers

Wilmot High School hosted a band festival April 5, featuring the musical talents of area schools. Prior t to the start of the program the music directors went over their game plan. From left, Riverview School, Randy Rovik; Trevor/Wilmot School,...

 

This is how I roll!

This is how I roll!

Sunglasses? Check. Basket? Check. Running shoes? Check. This little girl was ready for action when she participated in the Village of Silver Lake’s annual Easter egg hunt, held Saturday. Weather jackets were the fashion choice of the day,...

 

Incumbents get the boot in spring election

Incumbents get the boot in spring election

By Annette Newcomb~EDITOR There were some surprise upheavals in this year’s spring elections. For the first time in several elections the Village of Twin Lakes had challengers on the ballots and one incumbent lost his bid for re-election....

 

Wheatland J1 referendum fails by slim margin

Wheatland J1 referendum fails by slim margin

      Fifth-five percent or 286 voters opted not to approve a non-recurring referendum at Wheatland Jt. No. 1 during the April 1 election.        Forty-four percent or 233 voted in favor. School officials said approval would allow...

 

Some incumbents lose election

Some incumbents lose election

Several new faces will be arriving for board meetings next month as incumbents in Twin Lakes, Silver Lake and Randall School Board are among those who have had power shifts within their respective boards.  Share this:EmailPrintTwitterFacebookLinkedInGooglePinterest

 

SGFD pancake breakfast is March 23

SGFD pancake breakfast is March 23

Spring Grove Fire Protection District Chief Rich Tobiacz works the griddle cooking up another batch of hot cakes during last year’s Explorer Post 1800 “all you can eat” pancake breakfast at the district’s stationhouse...

 

It’s good to be Irish

It’s good to be Irish

Members of the Kenosha Area Pipes and Drums enter the Boat House in Kenosha during the annual St. Patty’s Day Kenosha Krawl 2014. The KAP&DA helped revelers celebrate St. Pattys on March 15 and March 17 by marching through and playing...

 
 
 
 

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