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Twin Lakes to consider police restructuring

By Jason Arndt Editor When Lt. Josh Cooper departed the Twin Lakes Police Department last fall, Police Chief Adam Grosz and Capt. Dennis Linn have seen an increased supervisory workload, but the Village Board could consider eliminating the Lieutenant position to create two Sergeant positions. The elimination, which was discussed […]

 
 

Paddock Lake to clear infected trees

Village continues to address emerald ash borer By Gail Peckler-Dziki Correspondent Some Paddock Lake village residents will be receiving their third notice about abating trees infected with emerald ash borer on their property. The notice comes after more than 360 trees have already been removed in the village, with many […]

 
 

In this week’s Twin Lakes Report…

In this week’s Twin Lakes Report…

In the future, the Town of Wheatland Volunteer Fire Department will not have to travel as far to conduct training exercises, courtesy of a partnership with the city and town of Burlington. The partnership, which includes another Racine County department, allows the Town of Wheatland to use a training facility […]

 
 

Small gestures can make a difference

Small gestures can make a difference

Westosha Central students campaigned for kindness By Jason Arndt Editor When students come together to promote kindness, the collective effort can make a huge difference within the community, which happened last week at Westosha Central High School. Known as Dude, Be Nice Week, it was created by the Dude Be […]

 
 

Trevor-Wilmot staff, students handled evacuation well

Incident stemmed from pressurized gas By Gail Peckler-Dziki Correspondent Salem Lakes Fire and Rescue responded to an emergency at Trevor-Wilmot Consolidated School, but Fire Chief Mike Slover reported some positives came from the incident involving a potential natural gas leak. “It was a good day,” Slover said about the Wednesday, […]

 
 

In this week’s Twin Lakes Report…

In this week’s Twin Lakes Report…

While two schools received support for both of their referendum questions, there were some changes on two other school boards after Tuesday’s spring election. Additionally, in the Village of Salem Lakes, voters went for one incumbent and two challengers for trustee. Meanwhile, in other news, the Report has stories from […]

 
 

ELECTION RESULTS: Area referendums, school boards

ELECTION RESULTS: Area referendums, school boards

SCHOOL BOARDS Wilmot Union High School (7 of 8 reporting) Travis Wetzel – 1,336 Deborah Rudolph (Inc.) – 1070 Wayne Trongeau (Inc.) – 807 Lakewood School Board (1 seat) Nicholas Heckel – 201 Patricia Platts (Inc.) – 169 REFERENDUMS Randall Consolidated School (2 of 3 reporting) Question 1: Exceed the […]

 
 

ELECTION RESULTS: Salem Lakes, County Board seats

ELECTION RESULTS: Salem Lakes, County Board seats

According to unofficial results from the Kenosha County Clerk’s Office, the Village of Salem Lakes will have two new trustees, including former Town of Salem supervisor Dennis Faber. Bill Hopkins, the lone incumbent who retained his seat, garnered the second most votes with 690. Faber, meanwhile, had the most votes […]

 
 

Three vie for two seats on Wilmot School Board

Three vie for two seats on Wilmot School Board

Newcomer forces a contested race By Gail Peckler-Dziki Correspondent As two incumbents filed for re-election to the Wilmot Union High School Board, they face a challenger in the Spring Election, which will be on April 3. The three candidates, including incumbents Wayne Trongeau and Deborah Rudolph, are seeking three-year terms. […]

 
 

Two seek one Lakewood School Board seat

Two seek one Lakewood School Board seat

Incumbent Platts faces challenger By Jason Arndt Editor While incumbents on the Twin Lakes Village Board are running unopposed in the April 3 Spring Election, the Lakewood School Board will see a contest, which will have an incumbent against a challenger for one open seat. The one open seat, which […]

 
 
 
 
 

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