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Falcons fall to Waterford

Falcons fall to Waterford

By Dan Truttschel Sports Correspondent All signs during the preseason pointed to the Waterford football team as being one of the favorites in the Southern Lakes Conference. Westosha Central had its chance to see the Wolverines up close and personal last week – and it’s safe to say, the Falcons […]


Panthers still searching for a net victory

By Dan Truttschel Sports Correspondent The victories continue to be tough to come by for the Wilmot girls volleyball team. But the Panthers have made strides – now they just have to take the next step. Wilmot dropped three matches the past week, including a 25-14, 25-14, 25-21 non-conference loss […]


Badgers hand Wilmot first loss of the year

By Dan Truttschel Sports Correspondent Designing a game plan to slow down the triple-option offense run successfully by the Badger football team is one thing. Executing that plan is quite another. For three quarters Friday night, Wilmot did an admirable job, but in the last 12 minutes, the Badgers showed […]


Central 11th at volleyball Sprawl

By Dan Truttschel Sports Correspondent During the first day of last weekend’s prestigious West Bend Sprawl, the Westosha Central girls volleyball team was nearly flawless. The Falcons posted three straight impressive wins to enter the second day in position for a top finish in the overall standings. Unfortunately for Central, […]


Community Library prepares for new chapter in Twin Lakes

Twin Lakes Community Library Employees Danijela Djurdjevic, head of information services (from left); Corinne Nordigan, youth services; Leslie Taylor, circulation aide and Susan Washack, circulation clerk, work to get everything cleared our in preparation of construction crews, due later this week. Photo by Annette Newcomb

By Annette Newcomb Editor It’s on the first week of the Twin Lakes/Randall Community Library renovation project and as of Monday library employees had almost everything packed up. There are five storage pods in front of the library, at 110 South Lake Avenue in Twin Lakes, filled to the gills […]


Randall gives 93rd Street a well-deserved make over

By Gail Peckler-Dziki Correspondent The Town of Randall road improvement project is concentrating this year on the northwest quadrant of the town, the oldest part, which, you guessed, it, has the oldest roads. The section on 93rd Street is near completion. Along with improved road surface, the tree canopy has […]


Ceremony honors citizens for lifesaving efforts and ‘Saved By the Belt’ awards

Sheriff Keith Nygren held an awards ceremony on Sept. 23, to honor recipients who were recognized for their lifesaving efforts and the Illinois Department of Transportation “Saved by the Belt” awards. Nygren presented three Citizen Lifesaving Awards, a plaque and medal, for lifesaving efforts put forth in two separate traffic […]


Richmond administrator position to be discussed in forum

By Gregory Harutunian Correspondent The Thursday, Oct. 6 Richmond Village Board meeting will be a forum, as the questions and options regarding its vacant village administrator position are set to be discussed. The agenda item will open review on the recommendations made by the village’s personnel ad hoc sub-committee, although […]


Sequoits shut down Wauconda with defense in 28-12 win

Sequoits shut down Wauconda with defense in 28-12 win

By Gregory Harutunian Correspondent To say the Sequoits had a game plan and were ready to face Wauconda’s air corps duo of quarterback Brandon Rowe and receiver Jake Ziolkowski is an understatement. Antioch’s defense, with Steve Smith snagging an interception and fumble recovery in the first twelve minutes, stifled the […]


Earning his dog biscuits

Earning his dog biscuits

Bear, Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department K-9, and his partner Deputy Eric Klinkhammer, demonstrate how affective a four-footed officer can be, during the Kenosha County Safety Fair, held Sept. 25 in Somers. Photo by Earlene Frederick


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