Author Archive: Jason Arndt

Westosha Central to host COVID-19 vaccination clinic Saturday

Westosha Central to host COVID-19 vaccination clinic Saturday

Kenosha County Public Health will be able to serve walk-in clients as long as doses remain available at the COVID-19 community vaccination clinic from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. this Saturday, April 17, at Westosha Central High School, Health Officer Dr. Jen Freiheit announced this week. Walk-ins will also be […]

 
 

Few changes on municipal boards countywide

Few changes on municipal boards countywide

Incumbents see success in April 6 Election Western Kenosha County municipalities, with exception to the Village of Paddock Lake, saw no changes to their respective boards following the April 6 Spring Election. While the Village of Twin Lakes and Town of Wheatland had contested races, which went to incumbents, voters […]

 
 

Sheriff’s Department warns of donation scam

The Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department on Sunday investigated several fraud complaints at local taverns, where people posed as law enforcement officers and asked for donations, according to a news release. The tavern owners, according to the Sheriff’s Department, said they received calls to their business from a person stating they […]

 
 

Wilmot tennis duo formed strong bond

Wilmot tennis duo formed strong bond

State champions reflect on fall season, look to future By Jason Arndt Editor Halle Rosentreter and Gwen Hammond had a whirlwind fall sports season as doubles partners on the Wilmot Union High School tennis team. The Panthers duo, which won the WIAA Division 1 state doubles title, then snagged the […]

 
 

Four vie for Paddock Lake Village Board

Four vie for Paddock Lake Village Board

Voters will decide on three to fill trustee seats By Jason Arndt Editor Voters in the Village of Paddock Lake will weigh in on the race for Village Trustee on April 6 with four residents seeking three seats. The April 6 Spring Election features incumbents Bena Ahlberg, Scott Garland along […]

 
 

Newcomer to challenge incumbent Glembocki

Newcomer to challenge incumbent Glembocki

Both candidates seek top Wheatland leadership post By Jason Arndt Editor The Town of Wheatland, unlike recent years, has a contested race in the April 6 Spring Election with newcomer Diane Grenus challenging incumbent William M. Glembocki for the chairperson post. While voters will decide whether to retain Glembocki, or […]

 
 

Hazardous Waste collection date set for May 1

Kenosha County Executive Jim Kreuser on March 19 announced this year’s Household Hazardous Waste Collection Program event will be held May 1. “The Kenosha County Household Hazardous Waste Program is a FREE program and a great opportunity for Kenosha County residents to dispose of their household hazardous waste in an […]

 
 

Kearby continues honing craft in volleyball

Kearby continues honing craft in volleyball

Falcons junior reflects on Falcons’ state appearance, team chemistry By Jason Arndt Editor Junior Keegan Kearby didn’t need much time to transition from libero to setter for the Westosha Central High School boys volleyball team. Kearby, named Southern Lakes Conference Athlete of the Year last fall, said the transition was […]

 
 

Community Foundation appoints Harrington-Heide as permanent executive director

Kenosha Community Foundation’s Board of Directors announced last week Jane Harrington-Heide has been appointed to serve as the foundation’s new executive director. Harrington-Heide, who served as Interim Executive Director since 2020, has been involved with the Foundation in a variety of roles since the mid-1990s ranging from positions on the […]

 
 

Central cheer captures another state championship

Central cheer captures another state championship

By Jason Arndt Editor Regardless of team, or sport, the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way leagues and organizations conduct their seasons. Cheerleading is no exception to the changes within the last year. Like most teams and sports, cheerleaders didn’t experience normal traditions such as attending camps, wore masks during […]