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DEER HUNTING PREVIEW: Herd strong, optimism high for season

DEER HUNTING PREVIEW: Herd strong, optimism high for season

Wisconsin’s annual nine-day gun deer season opens Saturday. State wildlife officials are optimistic for the southern district due to stability, and in some cases an increase in deer population. Check out our special season preview by clicking...

 

‘Anything Goes’ when Central High hits the stage

‘Anything Goes’ when Central High hits the stage

Westosha Central High School students rehearse the musical comedy “Anything Goes,” which will be performed at the school this weekend. (Photo by Anne Trautner) Musical runs through the weekend at Westosha Central By Anne Trautner Staff Writer Audience...

 

Ready for a Dickens of a holiday

Ready for a Dickens of a holiday

Lake County Lightning baseball team members (from left) Anthony Sacchetti, 9, Quade Moll, 9, Hunter Pudlo, 10, Cayden Hart, 10, Dax Foote, 10, T.J. Schuyler, 9, all from Antioch, are among the first to greet members of a Dickens Holiday Village...

 

Thank you, veterans

Thank you, veterans

Students at Salem Elementary retire the colors during a Veterans Day salute Nov. 10 at the school. The school was one of many in the area honoring veterans. Students at Salem also collected items for the Milwaukee Homeless Veterans Alliance....

 

Capra caps strong career at state

Capra caps strong career at state

Westosha Central senior Melissa Capra had the best finish in school history at state cross country meet earlier this month in Wisconsin Rapids. (Photo by Bob Mischka) Boys, girls take 17th in season’s final event By Dan Truttschel Sports Correspondent No...

 

Local schools set to celebrate Veterans Day

Local schools set to celebrate Veterans Day

Randall students make personalized bookmarks, which will be given to veterans at the school’s Veteran’s Day assembly next week. Pictured (from left) are Kenzie Ketterhagen, Tati Cordova, Madison Toro and Shannon Biba. (Photo by Anne Trautner) Ceremonies...

 

Takin’ it to the streets

Takin’ it to the streets

Costumed characters of all kinds descended upon downtown Antioch Oct. 25 for the annual Treat the Streets event. The participants and their parents when from business to business collecting candy and had a chance to play Halloween-themed games....

 

Wilmot High School presents ‘Nana’s Naughty Knickers’

Wilmot High School presents ‘Nana’s Naughty Knickers’

Ellie Schleusner (left) and Jessica Baker rehearse for the Wilmot High School’s fall play, “Nana’s Naughty Knickers,” which will be performed at the high school on Friday, Nov. 7, at 7 p.m.; and Saturday, Nov. 8, at 2 and 7 p.m. Admission...

 

Silver Lake remains a village

Silver Lake remains a village

But dissolution advocates vow to fight on By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor The Village of Silver Lake earned a reprieve Tuesday evening. A referendum calling for the dissolution of the village did not gain enough votes to prevail. Dissolve supporters...

 

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...

 
 
 
 

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