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Teen who died in crash Wednesday identified

Teen who died in crash Wednesday identified

Three others suffered serious injuries and were hospitalized A 14-year-old boy from Twin Lakes died and three other people, including his brother, suffered serious injuries in a crash on Highway 50 in Salem Lakes Wednesday evening. Dominic Boll-Flaig, 14 — who was a passenger in a car driven by his […]

 
 

Area’s state parks forced to close

Area’s state parks forced to close

Governor orders 40 parks to close to promote social distancing At a time when outdoor recreation is needed more than ever, 40 of Wisconsin state parks, forests and recreational areas have been closed – victims of their own popularity. Gov. Tony Evers on Thursday directed the Department of Natural Resources […]

 
 

Tuesday’s election is back on

Tuesday’s election is back on

Supreme Court reinstates voting; governor decries lack of safety Tuesday’s on again, off again election is now on. The Wisconsin Supreme Court on a 4-2 decision late Monday afternoon struck down an order issued just hours earlier by Gov. Tony Evers to suspend in-person voting scheduled for Tuesday and move […]

 
 

Governor suspends in-person voting…but stay tuned

Governor suspends in-person voting…but stay tuned

Legislative leaders immediately pledge a court challenge regarding Tuesday’s scheduled vote Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers on Monday afternoon issued an executive order suspending in-person voting for Tuesday’s Spring Election. The order moves in-person voting to June 7 and calls the legislature into special session on Tuesday to discuss election-related issues. […]

 
 

Western Transit shifts to door-to-door service only

Western Transit shifts to door-to-door service only

Western Kenosha County Transit, a public bus service, will shift to door-to-door service only as of Monday, April 6, according to the Kenosha County Aging and Disability Resource Center. Current fixed routes will be temporarily suspended to adhere to Gov. Tony Evers’ Safer-at-Home order. Residents who live west of I-94 […]

 
 

Judge extends deadline for absentee ballots

Judge extends deadline for absentee ballots

Those with ballots have until April 13 to return them A federal judge on Thursday issued an order giving voters an additional six days to submit absentee ballots but did not postpone the Tuesday, April 7, election. According to the Associated Press, U.S. District Court Judge William Conley’s order effectively […]

 
 

Former newspaper GM pleads guilty to theft

Former newspaper GM pleads guilty to theft

Jensen ordered to pay $274,000, serve probation Cynthia R. Jensen, 56, of Kingston, Illinois, pleaded guilty to a felony theft charge in Walworth County Circuit Court on Jan. 10. The former general manager of Southern Lakes Newspapers and Southern Lakes Publishing, Delavan, made a $250,000 restitution payment at the court […]

 
 

Former Twin Lakes police captain set for trial

Former Twin Lakes police captain set for trial

By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Dennis Linn, a former Twin Lakes Police captain, will go on trial on drug charges after a hearing in Kenosha County Circuit Court on Nov. 26. Linn, according to online court records, is scheduled to appear at a Feb. 27 jury status hearing with jury […]

 
 

Westosha Central board approves facilities analysis

By Gail Peckler-Dziki Correspondent The Westosha Central High School Board of Education approved a contract with Bray Architects not to exceed $10,000 for a comprehensive facilities analysis. The plan, approved Nov. 19, is to have Bray work with various groups, including community members, to determine what the facilities need. “We […]

 
 

Music in honor of our vets

Music in honor of our vets

    Members of the Westosha Central High School Wind Ensemble perform during the Veterans Day ceremony at the school on Nov. 11. (Submitted photo)

 
 
 
 
 

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