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Electrifying honor

Electrifying honor

      The Supalo family, father Michael, twin brothers Graham and Miller, 3, and mother Erin, throw the switch at the 40th-annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony in front of the Antioch, Ill., Village Hall, 874 Main St., on Nov. 27. The Supalo’s achieved the electrifying distinction by winning this year’s Village […]

 
 

A hard-earned honor

A hard-earned honor

      Twin Lakes Village Board President Howard Skinner (left) issues a proclamation honoring poll worker Pat Kjellander for her 36 years of service to Twin Lakes elections at the Village Board meeting Nov. 16. (Photo by Jason Arndt)

 
 

Twin Lakes approves tax hike

Road resurfacing projects drive 15-cent increase By Jason Arndt Staff Writer The Twin Lakes Village Board unanimously approved a 15-cent property tax rate hike at its regular meeting Nov. 16. Village officials said the increase is needed, citing road resurfacing projects and rising operational costs. Residents will pay $5.14 per […]

 
 

A solemn salute

A solemn salute

Active military personnel join veterans in saluting the flag during the playing of Taps at Westosha Central High School’s Veterans Day ceremony. (Photo by Earlene Frederick)

 
 

Salem business park progresses

Salem business park progresses

Goal is to attract businesses planning to move from Illinois By Gail Peckler-Dziki Correspondent The Town of Salem has broken ground in preparation for infrastructure improvements for its business park, which is on Highway C, next to the Salem highway/fire building. Town of Salem Administrator Pat Casey said that three […]

 
 

ALL-AREA SPORTS: Wilmot freshman phenom steals the show

ALL-AREA SPORTS: Wilmot freshman phenom steals the show

Barthel, Hebior, Brenner near top of inaugural squad   By Jason Arndt jarndt@southernlakesnewspapers.com There was no shortage of accolades this fall sports season, which created a daunting task of compiling a top ten all-area squad comprised of the best performers. Between Westosha Central and Wilmot Union High School, there are […]

 
 

Westosha falls in five-game thriller, season ends

Falcons wrap up solid season   By Jason Arndt STAFF WRITER With their backs to the wall in the WIAA Division 1 Sectional Championship Nov. 5, the Westosha Central High School boys volleyball squad stormed back, but it was not enough to overcome Kenosha Indian Trail. The Falcons, who dropped […]

 
 

SPORTS CHECK: Badger’s OT kick shocks top-ranked Waunakee

SPORTS CHECK: Badger’s OT kick shocks top-ranked Waunakee

  When Lake Geneva Badger snuck into the Division 2 football playoff field as the largest school after years of being the small fish in the massive Division 1 pond, the 7-2 Badgers became a sleeper pick to make some noise this postseason. On Friday night, the Southern Lakes Conference’s […]

 
 

A fallen officer’s sad tale of betrayal and suicide

A fallen officer’s sad tale of betrayal and suicide

Gliniewicz committed suicide to avoid facing criminal probe, officials say By Jason Arndt Staff Writer On the surface, Lt. Charles Joseph Gliniewicz was a military veteran, family man and well-respected officer with the Fox Lake Police Department. However, according to investigators, he was a thief and an embarrassment to the […]

 
 

An unprecedented bond

An unprecedented bond

Obregon held on $5 million, faces 32 charges including murder By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Andrew Obregon, 32, was ordered held on an unprecedented $5 million bond by the Kenosha County District Attorney’s Office Wednesday. Obregon, of Bristol, stands accused of 32 charges, including first-degree intentional homicide of Tywon Anderson […]

 
 
 
 
 

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