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Boy, 3, dead from possible drowning on Musial Beach

Boy, 3, dead from possible drowning on Musial Beach

Despite several attempts to revive a three-year-old boy who may have drowned at Musial Beach Sunday in the Village of Twin Lakes, the boy later died at Aurora Memorial Hospital in Burlington, according to a news release issued by Village Police Chief Adam Grosz. The potentially incident, Grosz wrote, happened […]

 
 

PHOTOS: A DREAM REALIZED

PHOTOS: A DREAM REALIZED

Local players compete at Milwaukee’s Miller Park Tuesday By Jason Arndt Editor After defeating Prospect Training Academy 6-1 in mid-July to claim a Major Youth Baseball League Premier South title, a group of area boys realized a dream on Tuesday, when they took the field at Miller Park in Milwaukee. […]

 
 

Underage drinking citations down at Country Thunder

Underage drinking citations down at Country Thunder

Authorities arrest one for battery to an officer By Jason Arndt Editor At the closing of the Country Thunder Music Festival in Twin Lakes, the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department reported more than 200 total citations and arrests, but saw a decrease in underage drinking offenses. Compared to last year, when […]

 
 

Big plans for Paddock Lake TID

By Gail Peckler-Dziki Correspondent A tax incremental finance district, known as a TIF or a TID, is a method a municipality can use to finance redevelopment or improvement on existing structures or to create new structures. Paddock Lake refers to it as a TID. Expenses are incurred by the municipality […]

 
 

Whitetail Ridge moves forward

By Gail Peckler-Dziki Correspondent The Paddock Lake Village Board unanimously approved a number of items related to the Whitetail Ridge development at its July 18 regular meeting. The proposed 32-acre development lies in Tax Incremental Finance district No. 2. The TID district accounts for 130 acres and will be a […]

 
 

In this week’s Twin Lakes Report…

In this week’s Twin Lakes Report…

The Country Thunder Music Festival wrapped up another year last weekend in the Town of Randall, where authorities reported more than 200 arrests and citations were issued, along with responding to a woman struck by lightning. The lightning strike, which left the woman hospitalized with serious injuries, caused campers to […]

 
 

Putting a personal touch on parking

Putting a personal touch on parking

Central seniors can make their mark By Jason Arndt Editor Incoming Westosha Central High School can put a personalized, and artistic touch, on their own parking spaces. The Westosha Central Booster Club spearheaded the idea and looks to use the initiative as a fundraiser, according to club vice president Melissa […]

 
 

Village eyes park improvement

Pickleball could arrive to Twin Lakes By Jason Arndt Editor Since the Lance Park project more than five years ago, the Village of Twin Lakes has not seen an upgrade to any of its parks, but the Village Board could change the trend with two key improvements at Legion Park. […]

 
 

Residents learn more about proposed pipeline

Utility hosted three open house sessions in area By Jason Arndt Editor While some showed up out of curiosity, others came to gather more information at a series of open houses last week, when officials from We Energies met with residents about a proposed 49-mile natural gas pipeline through three […]

 
 

Brystal Schultz crowned Miss Bristol

Brystal Schultz crowned Miss Bristol

By Jason Arndt Editor As a lifelong Bristol resident, Brystal Schultz grew up watching contestants vie for the title of Miss Bristol, and wanted to cross the same stage. Schultz, 16, met her goal July 13 at the Parkway Chateau, where she came away with a higher than expected achievement […]