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Three months for former school bookkeeper

Three months for former school bookkeeper

Anderson convicted of stealing funds By Jason Arndt Editor Although Kenosha County prosecutors did not recommend jail time, Circuit Court Judge David Bastianelli imposed a 90-day sentence on a former bookkeeper convicted of stealing funds from two area schools Friday. Mary Anderson, 55, who pleaded guilty last December to felony […]

 
 

PHOTOS: Schools celebrate Dr. Seuss

PHOTOS: Schools celebrate Dr. Seuss

Read Across America held last week Multiple area schools in Western Kenosha County recognized the birthday of Dr. Seuss last week. Known as Seuss Week, the “Read Across America Day,” it is a nationally held event, according to the National Education Association. With thousands of participating schools, libraries and community […]

 
 

HONOR ROLLS: Wheatland Center School

HONOR ROLLS: Wheatland Center School

The following students at Wheatland Center were named to the 2016-17 second quarter honor roll: HIGHEST HONORS Eighth grade: Joseph B. Butterfield, Anna P. Carroll, Nicholas D. Dawley, Erin M. Gasser, Abigail M. Henry, Abby J. Horton, Ethan J. Keung, Sean P. Noonan, Jadyn L. Pye, Jack J. Vozel, Jalyn […]

 
 

Documentary to offer parents resources

Documentary to offer parents resources

Feeder school event held at Westosha Central By Jason Arndt Editor With advancements in technology, including social media platforms, parents are often bewildered on monitoring their child’s internet and video game activities. That was a situation presented to physician Delaney Ruston, who created a documentary examining concerns involving children’s use […]

 
 

Thousands without power in County

Thousands without power in County

By Jason Arndt Editor With reported wind gusts exceeding 50 mph, according to the National Weather Service, more than 2,000 Western Kenosha County customers are without power as of Wednesday afternoon. The National Weather Service, which still has a High Wind Warning in effect until 5 p.m. Wednesday, reported a […]

 
 

A heartfelt creation

A heartfelt creation

Fox, of Westosha Central, creates quilt in friend’s memory By Jason Arndt Editor Claudia Fox is not just a student at Westosha Central High School, but a friend who devoted her time and craft to create a quilt for a friend who lost her life too soon, according to Family […]

 
 

Three in a row for Westosha cheer

Three in a row for Westosha cheer

Editors note: This article appeared in March 3 print editions of the Westosha Report/Twin Lakes Report and Salem Lakes-Paddock Lake Report Three area cheerleaders earn all-state recognition By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Following a flawless performance on the mats, the Westosha Central High School cheerleading squad snagged its third consecutive […]

 
 

BREAKING: Wilmot decathletes capture 4th straight state title

BREAKING: Wilmot decathletes capture 4th straight state title

By Jason Arndt Staff Writer For the fourth consecutive year, the Wilmot Union High School Academic Decathlon team emerged as state title winners Friday, according to District Administrator Dan Kopp. Kopp, in a Twitter post, wrote “@wilmotuhs State Champions!!!! #proud.” Academic decathlon is a competition composed of ten categories: art, […]

 
 

Central’s Engberg goes solo

Central’s Engberg goes solo

Senior latest to make trip in the air Westosha Central High School’s STEM Aviation Club continues to help students take flight, according to a report released by Eagle’s Nest Director Jim Senft, who serves as the club advisor. Following the solo flights of 2016 graduates Nicole Jackson and Olivia Rasmussen, […]

 
 

Tavern League makes assist

Tavern League makes assist

Organization’s donation brings in new K9 officer By Jason Arndt Staff Writer When the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department made the tough decision to euthanize its K9 officer in late November, the loss of Klaus left a gaping hole in its K9 unit. Klaus, who served the community for five years, […]

 
 
 
 
 

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