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Winter’s wrath roars back

Winter’s wrath roars back

A lone pickup truck heads through blizzard conditions on an unrecognizable Main Street near First Street in Antioch, Ill., on Sunday. An all-day snow coupled with high winds – and the accompanying drifiting and low visibility – made all...

 

Takin’ it to the hoop

Takin’ it to the hoop

Central’s Jaela Monet McGill looks to make a move around heavy Union Grove traffic Jan. 23. The unbeaten Broncos proved too much for the Falcons, rolling to a 60-30 Southern Lakes Conference victory. (Photo by Earlene Frederick) Share this:EmailPrintTwitterFacebookLinkedInGooglePinterest

 

Salem students use talents to benefit Sharing Center

Salem students use talents to benefit Sharing Center

Students at Salem Grade School recently presented a check to The Sharing Center for more than $1,300. Students from left are: Scotty Svejcar, Adam David, Christopher Goodfriend, Andrea Svejcar, Max Pecha, and Hunter Luengen. In the back row...

 

Wilmot’s academic decathlon team wins regional title

Wilmot’s academic decathlon team wins regional title

Members of the Wilmot Academic Decathlon team, which took second at the national finals in Hawaii earlier this year, are (front from left) Alyssa Gregory, Angela Schumacher, Alexa Lewis, Claudia Baker, Ashley Dabbs; (back row) Althea Disse,...

 

Year in Review: Our top news stories of 2014

Year in Review: Our top news stories of 2014

Twin Lakes native Megan Ruger made a splash – and was one of the area’s top stories – when she made the cut for NBC’s “The Voice.” By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor The year of 2014 marked several changes in Western Kenosha County. Elections...

 

Hard work, dedication fuel Wilmot’s Clements

Hard work, dedication fuel Wilmot’s Clements

Kari Clements set all kinds of career marks for Wilmot. Here, she makes a move in March in the Lady Panthers’ sectional semifinal victory. (Photo by Rick Benevides) She’s selected Westosha Report’s female athlete of the year By...

 

Wilmot’s Kothe is male athlete of the year

Wilmot’s Kothe is male athlete of the year

  Bryce Kothe soars to the hoop in a recent game. Wilmot improved to 6-2 overall with a 69-66 victory over Kenosha Bradford Dec. 26 and a 90-46 win over Kenosha Christian Life Dec. 27. (file photo) He emerges as a true leader in football,...

 

Holiday heroes

Holiday heroes

Twin Lakes EMT Jill Evans shops with Cecelia Mrozek during the 10th Annual Shop with a Hero program sponsored by the Twin Lakes Professional Police Association. Area students shopped with local police and emergency personnel By Anne Trautner Staff...

 

Teenager killed in New Year’s Eve crash identified

Teenager killed in New Year’s Eve crash identified

This truck, driven by 16-year-old Samantha Russell, flipped Wednesday in a crash with a minivan. Russell died of injuries sustained in the crash. (Photo by Earlene Frederick) Another passenger is taken by Flight for Life helicopter A two-vehicle...

 

Scout builds butterfly garden in Salem park

Scout builds butterfly garden in Salem park

Monarch butterflies will now have a way station in Salem, thanks to the Eagle Scout project of Evan Kirsch. Town employee gets project rolling By Gail Peckler-Dziki Correspondent Evan Kirsch had to complete a community service project to become...

 
 
 
 

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