Author Archive: Jason Arndt

Man charged in crash that injured him, passenger

Man charged in crash that injured him, passenger

By Jason Arndt Staff Writer A 22-year-old Salem man, accused of causing injury while intoxicated, and his passenger remain hospitalized after a single-vehicle crash early Saturday morning. Thomas Scrambling was the driver of a 2005 Mitsubishi Lancer, which struck a utility pole near the 24800 block of 84th Street in […]

 
 

Better safe than sorry

Paddock Lane employees get extra dose of safety training By Gail Peckler-Dziki Correspondent Every year, Paddock Lake is required by its insurance company to participate in safety and loss training beyond that given by the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration This year, Village Administrator Tim Popanda organized training regarding […]

 
 

Christmas heroes strike again

Christmas heroes strike again

Twenty-four students get shopping spree courtesy of local police This was the 11th year for Shop with a Hero organized by the Twin Lakes Professional Police Association. This year 24 children were selected by Lakewood and Randall school staff for good performance and other standards set by the schools. Each […]

 
 

Randall to charge new homes $100 for address signs

Town seeks to maintain uniformity By Jason Arndt Staff Writer While the Town of Randall already installed uniform address signs, the board unanimously approved a $100 fee for new buildings at its Thursday meeting. In May, the town authorized the purchase of 16-by-8-inch signs at a cost, including installation, of […]

 
 

Village eyes new rules for vicious animals

Chief proposes process for declaration, appeal By Jason Arndt Staff Writer An appeals process for owners of animals deemed vicious could be added to the Village of Twin Lakes ordinance at the Village Board meeting set for Dec. 21. The process includes a clearly established procedure for declaring dogs vicious, […]

 
 

Roundup: Central moves up in SLC

Roundup: Central moves up in SLC

Wilmot loses heartbreaker against Comets Westosha Central 60, Waterford 42 According to James Hyllberg, the Falcons were able to take control early, crediting the team’s defensive efforts in a 60-42 defeat at Waterford Friday. The Southern Lakes Conference victory gives Westosha Central a four-game winning streak (4-1, 2-1 SLC). The […]

 
 

Panthers score 100 points in rout

By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Wilmot Union High School’s boys basketball squad hit the century mark in a drubbing of Southern Lakes Conference rival Lake Geneva Badger Dec. 10. It is the first time in more than 10 years the Panthers accomplished that feat. The Panthers, who had five shooters […]

 
 

Panthers’ pressure downs Elkhorn

Wilmot girls now 5-0 and rolling By Jason Arndt Staff Writer With a high pressure defense and deep bench, Wilmot Union High School extended its girls basketball winning streak to five games, defeating visiting Southern Lakes Conference opponent Elkhorn Friday. The Panthers 69-30 route of Elkhorn gives them a 5-0 […]

 
 

Morgan headlines Wilmot wrestling squad

State qualifier seeking fourth bid By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Entering the Wilmot Union High School wrestling season, Jake Morgan has qualified for the WIAA Division 1 state tournament three years in a row. Panthers’ coach John Watson hopes to send him to a fourth, and if his last two […]

 
 

Local influence strong for Kenosha hockey team

By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Five Kenosha County schools – one goal – to win a Classic-8 Conference boys hockey title. The Kenosha Thunder, a team consisting of four Westosha Central and three Wilmot Union High School athletes, has already taken the WIAA and conference by storm with a 6-1 […]

 
 
 
 
 

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