Author Archive: Jason Arndt

SOCCER: Lady Falcons shut out Wilmot

SOCCER: Lady Falcons shut out Wilmot

After a hard fought loss to Delavan-Darien Tuesday, the Westosha Central girls soccer time stepped up in a rivalry game at Wilmot Friday, shutting out the Lady Panthers 1-0. Sophomore Stephanie Dopuch, who scored the decisive goal early in the second half, stated it was redemption after losing a 4-2 […]

 
 

Supervisor says she felt threatened by colleague

Supervisor says she felt threatened by colleague

Decker files complaint with sheriff following County Board incident By Gail Peckler-Dziki Correspondent The respectful decorum of the County Boardroom was shattered prior to the April 21 county meeting when District 23 County Board Supervisor Dennis Elverman had words for fellow supervisor Erin Decker. “You (word deleted) with my election,” […]

 
 

Shoe drive at Wilmot Union High School

The Wilmot Union High School Key Club is collecting gently-used shoes in a new fundraising effort, courtesy of an organization called “Fund2org.” “Funds2org is a group that collects gently-used shoes so they can be put to better use in third world and developing nations,” stated in a WUHS press release. […]

 
 

Swingin’ into Spring at Central

Swingin’ into Spring at Central

From Spider-Man theme to Brian Setzer orchestra If you go… What: Spring Band Concert When: Sunday, May 15, 2:30 p.m. What: Spring Jazz Concert When: Wednesday, May 25, 7 p.m. Lowdown: Both concerts at Westosha Central High School are free By Nicholas Ravnikar Correspondent Two free concerts are slated at […]

 
 

Randall School OKs maintenance projects

Gym floor, parking lots are on the list By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Infrastructure improvements – with one exception – are on deck at Randall Consolidated School, after the School Board voted unanimously at its board meeting last week. Among the approved projects are the gym floor, concrete work, fixing […]

 
 

County officials respond to Wheatland sex offender concerns

County officials respond to Wheatland sex offender concerns

UPDATE: At 2:15 p.m. Thursday, Racine County District Attorney Rich Chiapete responded to the placement of Michael McGee, one of two proposed in the Town of Wheatland. Updates are added to the story below in italics.   By Jason Arndt Staff Writer As Wheatland residents expressed outrage at Wednesday’s Town […]

 
 

Pact clears way for potential merger of Silver Lake and Salem

By Gail Peckler-Dziki Correspondent Silver Lake and Salem have entered into an agreement that has the potential for the two communities to join forces and create a combined village. The Silver Lake Village Board on May 5 unanimously approved the same boundary agreement resolution OK’d by the Town of Salem […]

 
 

Grant seeks to help remove transportation barriers

County Transit offering rides to Sharing Center By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Courtesy of a Kenosha Community Foundation Grant, Western Kenosha County Transit is offering free rides to Trevor’s The Sharing Center, an organization that serves low-income and underserved families. The grant, launched in April, seeks to allow those in […]

 
 

Beauty and the Beast…Jr.

Beauty and the Beast…Jr.

A dozen cast member of Riverview School’s production of Beauty and Beast Jr. took the stage the weekend of April 30. The play is a shorter and lighter version of the Disney Classic, “Beauty and Beast.”

 
 

Chamber Choir holding suicide prevention benefit

The Kenosha Chamber Choir will hold a 7 p.m. May 14 benefit at St. John the Evangelist Church in Twin Lakes, 701 N. Lake Ave., with proceeds going toward Just Live Inc. – a local charity that raises funds for mental health education and suicide prevention. The choir has performed […]

 
 
 
 
 

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