Author Archive: Jason Arndt

WIAA FOOTBALL: Waukesha West halts Panthers season

WIAA FOOTBALL: Waukesha West halts Panthers season

By Jason Arndt Editor For the Panthers, their offense started and ended with junior quarterback Zack Watson scoring touchdowns in Friday’s WIAA Division 2 regional showdown with visiting Waukesha West at Frank Bucci Field. The sixth-seeded Wolverines, however, did nearly everything else in between as Waukesha West ended the Panthers […]

 
 

SLC GIRLS VOLLEYBALL: Falcon girls claim share of conference title

SLC GIRLS VOLLEYBALL: Falcon girls claim share of conference title

Editor’s note: After the Report went to press, the second-seeded Falcons opened the WIAA Division 1 regional with a sweep of No. 15 Wilmot. With the win, Westosha Central will host No. 7 Fort Atkinson on Saturday, Oct. 20 at 7 p.m. By Jason Arndt Editor After winning the first […]

 
 

WIAA GIRLS GOLF: Destree fires best round when it matters most

WIAA GIRLS GOLF: Destree fires best round when it matters most

By Daniel Schoettler Sports Correspondent Wilmot senior Keegan Destree ended her Wilmot golf career on a high note as she finished tied for eighth at a WIAA Division 1 sectional at Grand Geneva National on Oct. 3. Destree shot a 93 starting slow with a 48 on the front-nine and […]

 
 

Murdock named interim administrator

Murdock named interim administrator

By Gail Peckler-Dziki Correspondent Mike Murdock, public works supervisor in Salem Lakes, has put on one more hat – that of interim village administrator. The village board appointed him at the Sept. 9 board meeting. Murdock took over as head of the highway department in 2006. Some things changed when […]

 
 

Former city officer bound over for trial

Former city officer bound over for trial

Baumhardt, of Salem Lakes, accused of sex assault By Jason Arndt Editor Former City of Burlington police Sgt. Matt Baumhardt, accused of having sex with an intoxicated woman while on duty, was bound over for trial following his Oct. 3 initial appearance in Racine County Circuit Court. Baumhardt, 30, of […]

 
 

Wheatland to permit ATV use on town roads

By Jason Arndt Editor Residents in the Town of Wheatland will be permitted to ride on municipal roads with their all-terrain vehicles, if they obtain the right permits and have other needed documentation, following the Town Board’s approval of an ordinance on Sept. 24. The permits, which costs $25 every […]

 
 

County announces drug take-back day

Residents can dispose of unwanted medications Oct. 27 Kenosha County will participate in the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency’s national Prescription Drug Take-Back Day from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27. Residents are invited and encouraged to bring their unwanted and unused medications to drop-off sites at Entrance D […]

 
 

In this week’s Twin Lakes Report…

In this week’s Twin Lakes Report…

With less than a month away until the Nov. 6 fall election, there are a handful of races in Southeastern Wisconsin, including Senate District 21 and Assembly District 61. The Report sat down with the four total candidates involved in each race for wide-ranging interviews, where they shared their views […]

 
 

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL: Westosha’s Muff new girls assists leader

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL: Westosha’s Muff new girls assists leader

Falcon setter credits teammates, family By Jason Arndt Editor If Kennedy Muff were to jot down a list of everyone who helped her perfect the craft of setting in volleyball, the Westosha Central High School senior would never finish. Muff, exposed to volleyball at an early age, became the Falcons’ […]

 
 

WIAA TENNIS: Wilmot’s Andersen captures sectional tennis title

WIAA TENNIS: Wilmot’s Andersen captures sectional tennis title

Panther senior competes at state Thursday By Jason Arndt Editor Entering the WIAA Division 1 girls tennis sectionals, Wilmot Union High School senior Bianca Andersen knew what she had to do, which was to come away a winner. She accomplished her objective, capturing her first sectional title, and advanced to […]