Author Archive: Jason Arndt

Area man wins Best in Show

Area man wins Best in Show

Car Show draws hundreds to Twin Lakes By Jason Arndt Editor In only his first year on the car show circuit, Charles Regnier came away a winner at the Twin Lakes Business in the Park and Car Show on Aug. 25, when 38 others vied for the “Best in Show” […]

 
 

Ground broken on new development

Ground broken on new development

Affordable housing arrives to Paddock Lake By Gail Peckler-Dziki Correspondent Ground was broken, at least ceremonially, at the site of White Tail Ridge development in the Village of Paddock Lake on Aug. 23. Foundations are being dug and poured for a 50-unit senior citizen apartment building and a 10 unit […]

 
 

CROSS COUNTRY PREVIEW: Anderson leads Falcon distance runners

CROSS COUNTRY PREVIEW: Anderson leads Falcon distance runners

By Troy Sparks Sports Correspondent Keith Olsen has his work cut out this year. The longtime Westosha Central High School boys and girls cross country coach won’t know how his team will do until the season starts, but he’s looking for some of his runners to step up and lead […]

 
 

CROSS COUNTRY PREVIEW: Panther boys vie for top spot in SLC cross country

CROSS COUNTRY PREVIEW: Panther boys vie for top spot in SLC cross country

By Troy Sparks Sports Correspondent Last year’s performances from the Wilmot Union High School boys’ cross-country team doesn’t count from one person’s point of view. Entering the 2018 campaign, the runners start with a clean slate to prove they can contend in the Southern Lakes Conference and in the post-season. […]

 
 

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL: Falcons open SLC slate with sweep

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL: Falcons open SLC slate with sweep

Westosha Central then finishes 3-1 in Muskego By Jason Arndt Editor In a reversal of fortunes, the Westosha Central High School girls volleyball team entered Thursday’s Southern Lakes Conference opener with Lake Geneva Badger boasting a 4-2 record, courtesy of finishing seventh at the 24-team Joust Tournament the weekend before. […]

 
 

FOOTBALL: Wilmot’s defense too much for Delavan-Darien

FOOTBALL: Wilmot’s defense too much for Delavan-Darien

By Jason Arndt Editor Aside from the opening drive, visiting Delavan-Darien/Williams Bay just could not break through the brick wall known as the Wilmot Union High School defensive line, which accounted for five total sacks in an Aug. 31 Southern Lakes Conference contest. Panthers senior Kevin Brenner, who tallied four […]

 
 

In this week’s Twin Lakes Report…

In this week’s Twin Lakes Report…

While ground was broken on one project, another opened last week, when Kenosha County Parks unveiled an overnight lodge at Fox River Park. In other news, the Labor of Love Music Festival returns to New Munster Ball Park in the Town of Wheatland Sunday. Highlights in this week’s Report include […]

 
 

Property owners get one month

By Gail Peckler-Dziki Correspondent A raze order for the Bella Vita Apartments, located at 8705 Antioch Road were the subject of a public hearing prior to the August 13 regular board meeting. The owners of the building have hired attorney Brian Shook, of Lake Geneva, to represent them and request […]

 
 

BOYS SOCCER PREVIEW: Wilmot to lean on senior laden team

BOYS SOCCER PREVIEW: Wilmot to lean on senior laden team

By Daniel Schoettler Sports Correspondent After finishing at the bottom of the Southern Lakes Conference last season, the Wilmot boys soccer team looks to take a step in the right direction in 2018 under second year coach Tim Stewart. “I came in very cerebral and they weren’t ready for that,” […]

 
 

Willing Workers’ Bacle raises grand champion steer

Willing Workers’ Bacle raises grand champion steer

Weis finishes County Fair career on high note By Jason Arndt Editor Entering the Kenosha County Fair, Zach Bacle had positive vibes about Jessie, his 1,370-pound crossbred steer. The steer, he said, was bought from the Runkel family, which captured top awards from the Racine County Fair and Wisconsin State […]