Author Archive: Jason Arndt

Counterfeit money reported in Twin Lakes

Counterfeit money reported in Twin Lakes

The Twin Lakes Police Department is investigating reports of counterfeit bills circulating throughout the community, according to the department’s Facebook Page, and are asking business owners to stay vigilant. “We are encouraging citizens to closely examine currency by looking carefully at the money being exchanged,” the post stated. According to […]

 
 

Wolkober balanced academics with outreach

Wolkober balanced academics with outreach

Equestrian member named Central’s Outstanding Senior By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Throughout her four years at Westosha Central High School, senior Brianna Wolkober has demonstrated the willingness to help others while pursuing multiple academic honors and honing her skills on the equestrian circuit, according to teacher Carrie Wright. Wolkober, who […]

 
 

Appeals court grants stay in placement of sex offender

Appeals court grants stay in placement of sex offender

Property also red-tagged due to alleged building code violations By Jason Arndt Staff Writer After three motions to stay placement of a convicted sex offender at a Geneva Road property in Wheatland, the Wisconsin Court of Appeals gave the Town of Wheatland a reprieve Tuesday evening. The court, which denied […]

 
 

Sharing Center gears up for another school drive

The Sharing Center of Trevor helped 230 local children gather needed school supplies in its Annual Back-to-School Drive last year, according to a press release. This year, the nonprofit organization is asking those in the community to do it again, as they prepare for the upcoming school year. “We’re looking […]

 
 

Silver Lake-Salem merger faces tight schedule

Several deadlines lie ahead in boundary agreement By Gail Peckler-Dziki Correspondent The Town of Salem and the Village of Silver Lake are on a tight timeline with the boundary agreement that is being hammered out between the two. Both the town and village passed the authorizing resolution for the cooperative […]

 
 

Red Cross responds after Salem home fire

Red Cross responds after Salem home fire

By Jason Arndt Staff Writer A Friday evening house fire in the Town of Salem has left four people without a home, but could have been worse if not for a neighbor’s quick thinking, according to the home’s tenant Joseph Palumbo. “Our next door neighbor saw the fire, grabbed our […]

 
 

Remembering Service Personnel

Remembering Service Personnel

In Silver Lake Monday, Riverview band students performed a rendition of the Star Spangled Banner in their Memorial Day ceremony (Earlene Frederick/The Report).

 
 

JUGGIN’ ALONG THE LAKE

JUGGIN’ ALONG THE LAKE

  Lakewood students in Julie Apriesnig’s class were skeptical when the science teacher presented a project a month ago, which consisted of constructing boats made of milk jugs, but on Friday all skeptics were proved wrong. All 28 students took part in the science project that had seven teams racing […]

 
 

Westosha’s Rau sets school record, medals in state track

Westosha’s Rau sets school record, medals in state track

Lady Falcons senior raised the bar to take 6th By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Entering the WIAA Division 1 state meet in La Crosse, senior Sydney Rau had one expectation, to break the school pole vault record of 11 feet, 3 inches, but her performance raised the bar. The senior […]

 
 

Lady Panthers’ sprinter Martin moves forward

Lady Panthers’ sprinter Martin moves forward

Wilmot Union High School junior Maddie Martin, who qualified in two events the WIAA Division 1 state track meet in La Crosse, is moving on to Saturday’s 400-meter finals when she registered a time of 58.14 for 10th best. Martin qualified in the 1,600-relay team that consisted of senior Rebecca […]