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Salem voters will have busy primary Feb. 21

By Annette Newcomb, Editor Town of Salem voters will be asked to vote for two out of a field of five candidates who are running for a two year term on the Town of Salem Board during next Tuesdays spring primary election. Of the five candidates who filed nomination papers, […]

 
 

Build your own bird feeder at Pringle

Count – Build Your Own Feeder from 1 to 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 11. The weekend before the Great Backyard Bird Count build your own feeder to attract birds to your backyard to count. A short ID session will be offered on how to report data to the count, as well […]

 
 

Twin Lakes Chamber to meet Feb. 15

The Twin Lakes Chamber of Commerce will hold its monthly meeting will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 15, beginning at 11:30 a.m.  at Hope Lutheran Church, 876 Lance Dr., Twin Lakes. A chili/sandwich lunch will be served.  The cost to Chamber members is $10 non-members $12. Pay at the door […]

 
 

St. Al’s mixed smoker is Saturday

St. Alphonsus School will be host its 23rd annual Mixed Smoker fundraiser to benefit the school on Saturday, Feb. 11 at Marino’s County Aire, 34816 Geneva Rd., New Munster. Doors open at 7 p.m.       Admission is $10, which includes beverages, snacks, soda and a light dinner later that evening. […]

 
 

Fellow Mortals spring program to begin Feb. 18

Fellow Mortals Wildlife Hospital invites you to participate in an educational program at Meadowlark Acres Nature and Education Center, N5146 North Road, Burlington, at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 18. The Spring Courtship program will include a visual presentation and a visit from Fellow Mortal’s Education Owls. The program is […]

 
 

Town considers SAC Wireless as water tower’s rental agent

By TS Targos Staff writer At a special meeting scheduled to focus on a personnel matter, the Salem Town Board discussed the hiring of a contractor to screen and select the cellular companies that could rent spaces atop the town’s new water tower. Salem Town Administrator Patrick Casey explained to […]

 
 

Sand Bar, village, find grounds for compromise

By Annette Newcomb, Editor Future operations of the Sand Bar and its location at the Lake Elizabeth Marina dominated Monday’s Twin Lakes Committee of the Whole meeting. The bar has been in the crosshairs since it opened, pitting a large loyal customer base with neighbors who complained about noise from the […]

 
 

Barefoot ski competition proposed doe May 5, 6

By Annette Newcomb, Editor Local ice fishermen haven’t given up hope that colder weather will freeze over some of the local lakes, but the Aquanuts are already laying plans for the first big ski competition of the year. Todd Renn of the Aquanuts told members of the Committee of the Whole […]

 
 

Gateway to offer concealed carry permit course

Gateway Technical College will offer a training course Sunday, Feb. 19 for those wishing to obtain a concealed carry weapon permit in the state of Wisconsin at the Walworth County Range, N6637 Hodges Road, Elkhorn. The training meets the requirements of the state’s new concealed carry law. Gateway law enforcement […]

 
 

Be a Below Zero Hero: Special Olympic Polar Plunge Feb. 11

Be a Below Zero Hero. The Special Olympics Wisconsin (SOWI) Polar Plunge winter fundraiser will be held Saturday, Feb. 11 with registration at the Brat Stop, 12304 75th St., Kenosha, from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Opening ceremonies and plunging will take place from noon to 3 p.m. Support Special […]

 
 
 
 
 

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