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DREAMS REALIZED

DREAMS REALIZED

For several years, the Aquanut Water Ski show team has helped thousands of special needs children reach their dreams, which is a journey on Lake Mary in the Village of Twin Lakes. The journey happened last Thursday, when the Aquanuts welcomed back Dreams for Kids, which runs Extreme Recess. With […]

 
 

Twin Lakes chamber seeking volunteers for Corn Fest, car show

Music and waterskiing will be showcased during Corn Fest, which is scheduled from noon to 10 p.m. Friday, Aug. 16, and 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 17, at Lance Park in Twin Lakes. Admission is $6 for one day or $10 for both. Visit tlcornfest.com for more information. […]

 
 

Wheatland passes animal ordinance – no chickens on residential lots

By Gail Peckler-Dziki Correspondent The Town of Wheatland Board repealed and replaced the town code relating to animals and kennels at its regular meeting in mid-June. That item was on the agenda just before town residents Charles and Alyssa Hagman requested to keep chickens. During the citizens’ comment portion, several […]

 
 

Addicted to adrenaline

Addicted to adrenaline

Drivers satisfy need for speed at Wilmot Raceway By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Natalie Klemko’s auto racing roots run deep. Klemko, who grew up in the Village of Bristol, is the daughter of former Late Model driver Mike Klemko and remembers spending her Saturday afternoons watching the race trailers pass […]

 
 

Bristol man dies after house fire

Bristol man dies after house fire

An elderly Bristol man died a day after fire officials removed him and another person from a blaze in the Village of Bristol, the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department said on Friday. The Sheriff’s Department, which identified the man as James C. Weiss, 67, said he was pronounced dead at an […]

 
 

Haley Gorsuch captures the Bristol crown

Haley Gorsuch captures the Bristol crown

By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Haley Gorsuch captured the crown of Miss Bristol on her fifth try at the conclusion of the coronation banquet at Kenosha’s Parkway Chateau on July 12. Gorsuch, daughter of Dr. Dave and Carol Gorsuch and Bill and Brenda Flesch, said on Sunday she continued pursuing […]

 
 

Recognizing Bristol’s best

Recognizing Bristol’s best

Progress Days honors four Outstanding Citizens By Jason Arndt Staff Writer In 1969, when then-Bristol Town Chairman Earl W. Hollister requested a community event in the municipality, the Bristol Recreation Committee decided on a picnic. However, the simple community picnic turned into a larger event now known as Bristol Progress […]

 
 

Board approves easement deal with WE Energies

By Gail Peckler-Dziki Correspondent The Village of Salem Lakes Board approved an easement agreement with WE Energies to relocate electric services for the Timber Lane drainage project at Monday’s special board meeting. The easement is a strip of land 12 feet wide and located in the southeast one-fourth of Section […]

 
 

Sheriff: Multiple departments respond to Bristol fire

On July 18, 2019, at approximately 11:14 AM the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department along with multiple county fire departments responded to 19206 – 101st Street for a report of a home on fire. Initial reports advised flames could be seen from outside of the home. The fire has been extinguished […]

 
 

Finding her way in Nashville

Finding her way in Nashville

Wilmot grad releases first single; Kenosha County Fair one of her stops this summer By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Becca Brewer remembers sitting in her Nashville apartment amid a persistent rainstorm, deciding to channel the negative vibes by writing a song. And “Hold the Sad Song” was released to the […]

 
 
 
 
 

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