Author Archive: Jason Arndt

Mattek honored for years of service

Mattek honored for years of service

Salem Lakes swears in new members By Jason Arndt Editor For more than two decades, Jeffrey Mattek has served Village of Salem Lakes Fire and Rescue in several capacities, but his tenure ended at the May 18 swearing-in and pinning ceremony. Mattek, who retired after 23 years, received a standing […]

 
 

SLC TRACK: A Falcon girls four-peat

SLC TRACK: A Falcon girls four-peat

School records broken Sparked by seniors Madi Hansen and Amanda Sabourin, the Westosha Central High School girls track squad notched its fourth consecutive Southern Lakes Conference title Tuesday in Burlington. Hansen, a pole vaulter, not only matched her personal record of 11-feet, the score also tied the SLC meet record. […]

 
 

Antioch man dies in crash involving Central school bus

Antioch man dies in crash involving Central school bus

Three students suffer minor injuries, school said By Jason Arndt Editor An Illinois man is dead and three Westosha Central High School students inside a school bus suffered minor injuries after a Friday morning crash in the 24500 block of Wilmot Road. The crash happened when the bus carrying 19 […]

 
 

BASEBALL ROUNDUP: Falcons’ Salerno two-hits Delavan-Darien

BASEBALL ROUNDUP: Falcons’ Salerno two-hits Delavan-Darien

Westosha’s Anderson starts Comet sweep By Jason Arndt Editor Behind the sophomore pitching duo of Dylan Anderson and Alex Salerno, Westosha Central swept visiting Delavan-Darien in a Southern Lakes Conference doubleheader May 11. After Anderson, who helped the Falcons win the first game 7-2, Salerno capped off the doubleheader with […]

 
 

Lakewood to go Lake to Lake

Lakewood to go Lake to Lake

Annual 5K run set for June 3 By Jason Arndt Editor In the last five years, Lakewood School has sought to bring the community together for its annual 5K run, which has changed themes to offer a fresh perspective for participants. This year, the annual 5K run plans to go […]

 
 

BOYS TENNIS: Mast/Millhouse lead Falcons in SLC tourney

BOYS TENNIS: Mast/Millhouse lead Falcons in SLC tourney

Wilmot’s Souders finishes second Propelled by the duo of Colin Mast and Trevor Millhouse, the Westosha Central High School boys tennis team finished in the upper half of the Southern Lakes Conference, after last weekend’s tournament. Westosha Central and Wilmot hosted this year’s tournament. Lake Geneva Badger won the conference […]

 
 

GOLF: Central takes two straight titles

GOLF: Central takes two straight titles

Wilmot takes second in County For the second time in two days, the Westosha Central High School boys golf squad captured a meet title, highlighted by senior Zach Kramer’s Kenosha County championship. Kramer shot a 4-over 76 on May 12 at Brighton Dale Links to win the Kenosha County Meet […]

 
 

Appeals court reverses sex offender placement

Appeals court reverses sex offender placement

By Jason Arndt Editor The appeal and decision took a year, but a Wisconsin appeals court reversed a Department of Health Services placement of a sexually violent offender into a Town of Wheatland residence, where a family with a child lives two doors down. Michael McGee, 54, convicted in 1987 […]

 
 

SOFTBALL: Surging Panthers end rivalry drought

SOFTBALL: Surging Panthers end rivalry drought

By Jason Arndt Editor After facing Westosha Central High School ace Alyssa Hrncar for more than three seasons, the surging Wilmot softball team finally had an answer on May 11, when the Panthers pounded out 19 hits to win 12-3. With the 12-3 victory, the Panthers extended their win streak […]

 
 

Twin Lakes to wrangle resident geese

Twin Lakes to wrangle resident geese

Summer round-up targeted By Jason Arndt Editor In the last 25 years, the resident Canada geese population has exploded in Wisconsin, the Department of Natural Resources reports. The Village of Twin Lakes, according to some lakefront property owners is one of the areas experiencing the explosion, which led the Lake […]

 
 
 
 
 

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