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GRADUATION: Westosha bids farewell to Class of 2018

GRADUATION: Westosha bids farewell to Class of 2018

By Jason Arndt Editor Before hundreds of friends and family, members of the class of 2018 at Westosha Central High School bid farewell to building they called home for four years, including senior speaker Jack Polick. Polick, the class vice president at the school’s 66th consecutive commencement ceremony, recalled roaming […]

 
 

In this week’s Twin Lakes Report…

In this week’s Twin Lakes Report…

Hundreds of students from Westosha Central and Wilmot Union high schools crossed the stage to accept their diplomas during Sunday’s commencement exercises at both schools. While some student leaders reflected, others looked ahead. In other area news, Lakewood School in Twin Lakes held its annual 5K run or walk Saturday, […]

 
 

Chalk it up!

Chalk it up!

Wilmot festival draws dozens By Jason Arndt Editor Dozens of young and aspiring artists made the sidewalk their canvas May 28, when they participated in the first annual Wilmot Chalk Festival, hosted by Hansen’s Ice Cream Parlor and “The Chalk Girl.” The first annual event, which drew about 50 children […]

 
 

Tennis Association celebrates a decade on June 9

Public welcome to attend By Gail Peckler-Dziki Correspondent The Western Kenosha County Tennis Association is celebrating a decade on Saturday, June 9, and the public is invited to attend the event, which features a Single Day Showdown United States Tennis Association Level 5 tournament from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. […]

 
 

In this week’s Twin Lakes Report…

In this week’s Twin Lakes Report…

Area municipalities honored those who served during Memorial Day services on Monday, when the villages of Twin Lakes and Salem Lakes held parades, and conducted ceremonies. In other news, a local tennis organization celebrates a decade, and on June 8, the public is invited to attend an event held at […]

 
 

Bristol Grade prepares for the future

District reviews building needs By Gail Peckler-Dziki Correspondent About 60 community residents, including staff and school board members, gathered together in the Bristol Grade School gym to explore the district’s future on May 21. The exploration includes reviewing the building’s long-term needs. Last February, the board hired EUA, and architect […]

 
 

Twin Lakes approves mosquito program

By Jason Arndt Editor The Twin Lakes Village Board approved a 2018 mosquito abatement program, which includes very limited spraying, at its May 21 regular meeting. The decision comes after the village discussed the matter at April board meetings, and most recently, at the May 7 Committee of the Whole, […]

 
 

Bucci Field a boon for drone enthusiasts

Bucci Field a boon for drone enthusiasts

By Jason Arndt Editor When Travis Miller explored YouTube four years ago, he came across footage of a drone race, and has been hooked on the hobby ever since. Miller, of North Cape in Racine County, was among 24 competitors to converge onto Bucci Field at Wilmot Union High School […]

 
 

Dedicated Deeter Honored

Dedicated Deeter Honored

By Jason Arndt Editor Before more than a dozen of his friends and family, the Village of Twin Lakes honored the late Dennis Deeter Monday, when officials dedicated a tree in his name at Central Park. Deeter, who passed away a year ago, was remembered for his commitment to the […]

 
 

Theft suspect enters not guilty plea, bound over

Theft suspect enters not guilty plea, bound over

Editor’s note: After circulation of the Twin Lakes Report, theft suspect John J. Nolan Jr. waived his right to a preliminary hearing in Kenosha County Circuit Court, where he pleaded not guilty to the charges below. The Report will have more on his court appearance in the June 1 print […]

 
 
 
 
 

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