Author Archive: Jason Arndt

Forever in their hearts

Forever in their hearts

Late columnist recalled for love of family, seniors club By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Virginia Gnat exemplified selflessness, promoted unity and always put others first, according to her three children. The late Young at Heart columnist, who passed away Feb. 15 at 85, was deeply involved in the Twin Lakes […]

 
 

When homelessness hits home

Kenosha agency releases biannual homeless count By Jason Arndt Staff Writer In its biannual Point In Time homeless count, Kenosha Human Development Services reportedly identified 190 people, the lowest since 2013 when it was 185. The count, which occurs every January and July, had 22 volunteers searching all of Kenosha […]

 
 

Falcons regional title hopes doused

Fort Atkinson ends Falcons’ season By Jason Arndt STAFF WRITER In a stunning upset, top-seeded Westosha Central High School lost 43-31 to visiting Fort Atkinson in Saturday’s WIAA Division 2 regional title game, courtesy of a cold shooting night for the Falcons. The Falcons, who scored 40 first half points […]

 
 

Stray bison roaming near Paddock Lake

Stray bison roaming near Paddock Lake

Authorities advise caution, awareness About nine bison are reportedly loose near the Village of Paddock Lake, according to the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department. In a press release issued Saturday, authorities responded to a farm in the 20300 block of County Road NN in the Town of Paris at 8 a.m., […]

 
 

Buzzer beater ends Wilmot season

Buzzer beater ends Wilmot season

By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com BURLINGTON – Burlington basketball coach Steve Berezowitz’s power play paid off in a major way Friday night. His team down, 69-68, with 3.2 seconds remaining in a WIAA Division 2 regional semifinal against conference foe Wilmot at Burlington High School, Berezowitz put his money on size […]

 
 

Frederick keys Central in defeat of visiting Broncos

Frederick keys Central in defeat of visiting Broncos

Falcons face Fort Atkinson Saturday By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Nic Frederick was too much for visiting Union Grove to handle, as No. 1 seeded Westosha Central drubbed the Broncos 88-66, and advanced to Saturday’s WIAA Division 2 regional title game against Fort Atkinson Saturday. Frederick, a 5-foot-10 sophomore, scored […]

 
 

Westosha, Wilmot win state cheer titles

Westosha, Wilmot win state cheer titles

By Jason Arndt Staff Writer When a defending champion cheer squad compiles top finishes in the first seven meets, there is no doubt they would capture another Division 2 All-Girl Large state title. Westosha Central High School, which won last year’s Wisconsin Association of Cheer/Pom Coaches state meet, finished first […]

 
 

PSC gives preliminary approval to ATC route

PSC gives preliminary approval to ATC route

By Jason Arndt Staff Writer The Public Service Commission of Wisconsin gave preliminary approval of a proposed transmission line upgrade in Western Kenosha County at a hearing in Madison Thursday. The company’s proposal, known as Spring Valley-North Lake Geneva Electric Reliability Project, calls for construction of a new 138,000-volt transmission […]

 
 

A night of 1,000 laughs

A night of 1,000 laughs

Annual Mr. Wilmot promises to deliver twists, turns By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Eight senior boys at Wilmot Union High School plan to strut their talents and wardrobes in the annual Mr. Wilmot at 6 p.m. March 18. The Mr. Wilmot pageant is organized through the school’s Business and Information […]

 
 

Group plans a restaurant with baseball facility

By Gail Peckler-Dziki Correspondent Rueben and Co., at 9251 Antioch Rd., may be sold to a group with plans to create a family restaurant and several youth-sized baseball fields. There are already two men‘s softball fields behind Rueben’s and the plan would be to develop two smaller, youth-size baseball fields […]

 
 
 
 
 

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