Author Archive: Jason Arndt

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 […]

 
 

Crazy for Corn

Crazy for Corn

First annual CornFest draws thousands By Jason Arndt Editor Leading up to the first annual Twin Lakes CornFest, organizer Danny Amir admits having anxiety about the weather and turnout to Lance Park Beach in the Village of Twin Lakes, but the worries went away on Aug. 17 when hundreds attended […]

 
 

FOOTBALL: Falcons rally comes up short

FOOTBALL: Falcons rally comes up short

Westosha falls to Woodstock North By Jason Arndt Editor Behind a younger offensive line, Westosha Central High School quarterback Zach Burzawa did what he could to rally the Falcons in his second career start, but was not enough to ward of visiting Woodstock North Aug. 24. The Falcons, down 21-0 […]

 
 

A family affair

A family affair

Warrens pass 4-H tradition to children By Jason Arndt Editor When Jon and Heather Warren were growing up, they acquired valuable traits from their experiences at the Kenosha County Fair, where their children show animals today. “I showed cattle when I was younger and their age and I loved it,” […]

 
 

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL PREVIEW: Panthers hope the Price is right

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL PREVIEW: Panthers hope the Price is right

Wilmot opens new era By Daniel Schoettler Sports Correspondent After several years in the club volleyball circuit, first year coach Josh Price is looking to a new challenge, which will be as coach of the Wilmot Union High School girls volleyball team. His club experience includes time with Wisconsin Juniors. […]

 
 

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL PREVIEW: Falcons look to leave a legacy

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL PREVIEW: Falcons look to leave a legacy

Westosha eyes top spot By Jason Arndt Editor Returning a bulk of its lineup from last season, when the team reached the WIAA Division 1 sectional girls volleyball final, Westosha Central High School looks to make another strong push in the post-season for 2018 and establish a new legacy. Westosha […]

 
 

Local girl, 5, faces long recovery

Local girl, 5, faces long recovery

She was struck by vehicle in Illinois By Jason Arndt Editor For any parent, a child starting kindergarten is a moment to cherish, but a Trevor girl’s plans have been put on hold after she was struck by a car in Illinois on Aug. 10. Leah Dinchak, 5, who planned […]

 
 

GIRLS GOLF PREVIEW: Panthers Destree to lead on the links

GIRLS GOLF PREVIEW: Panthers Destree to lead on the links

By Daniel Schoettler Correspondent Entering the 2018 season, the Wilmot Union High School girls golf team will lean on one of last season’s best in the county, senior Keegan Destree. Destree, a first team all-county in 2017, shot a 72 in the team’s first invitational of the season on Aug. […]

 
 

GIRLS GOLF PREVIEW: Improved Falcons look to surprise SLC foes

GIRLS GOLF PREVIEW: Improved Falcons look to surprise SLC foes

Westosha Central shows early strength By Daniel Schoettler Sports Correspondent The Westosha Central High School girls golf team enters its season with the hope of finishing in the middle of the pack in Southern Lakes Conference play. The Falcons, who have a young squad with three juniors and a sophomore, […]

 
 

In this week’s Twin Lakes Report…

In this week’s Twin Lakes Report…

The Kenosha County Fair came and went, but some 4-H members took home awards, including Zach Bacle and Carrie Weis. While Bacle, of Wheatland Willing Workers, raised a grand champion steer Weis garnered supreme grand champion in the dairy project along with a grand champion pig. Inside this week’s Report, […]