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Benefit for Twin Lakes resident Ashely Barry is Tuesday

Champs Bar and Grill, 747 W. Main Street in Lake Geneva, is hosting a benefit for Twin Lakes’ cancer patient, Ashley Barry, on Tuesday, Oct. 25, from 6 to 8 p.m. The benefit is to help raise money to make Ashley’s dream come true – a Caribbean cruise in December. […]

 
 

Twin Lakes Auxiliary to hold blood drive Oct. 25

The Twin Lakes American Auxiliary Unit No. 544 will be hosting a blood drive on Tuesday, Oct. 25, at the American Legion Post No. 544, 989 Legion Drive in Twin Lakes. The Blood Center of Wisconsin will be open from 3 to 7 p.m. Appointments are encouraged, however, walk-ins are […]

 
 

Sprinkler system loan approved by board

  By Annette Newcomb Editor   The Twin Lakes Board offered its full support to a local business that needed financial help to complete construction. Two weeks ago Twin Lakes Trustees learned there was a feasible way to use tax increment financing (TIF) and keep the local business, Donavon’s Reef, […]

 
 

No phone service at The Report office

The Report Group office is Twin Lakes has been without phone service for most of Thursday. We have been notified by our carrier that service will be restored after 5 p.m. today. We apologize for the inconvenience. You are welcome to email annette@westoshareport.com for editorial questions or Mindy Roffle at […]

 
 

Panther country

Panther country

Wilmot High School celebrates its homecoming parade Oct. 7. This year’s theme is “Meet Me in Paris.” The members of DECA proclaim, “DECA is Dino-Mite!” (Photo by Earlene Frederick)

 
 

Special financining district eyed to help local businesses

By Annette Newcomb Editor Twin Lakes Trustees found a feasible way to use tax increment financing (TIF) and keep a local business viable. Monday night Len Sattler, a part owner of Donovan’s Reef in Twin Lakes, told village board members that he had hit a financial wall in the reconstruction […]

 
 

County lists restrictions for open burning, yard waste

McHenry County Department of Health (MCDH) reminds residents that year-round burning restrictions are in effect regarding the proper disposal of landscape waste on your property. Landscape waste consists of grass or shrubbery cuttings, leaves and tree limbs. The “McHenry County Public Health Ordinance: Open Burning of Landscape Waste” permits unincorporated […]

 
 

‘Silver Lake…Every Season an Adventure’

Winning motto selected in village’s Beautification Committee contest By Gail Peckler-Dziki Correspondent Dorothy Wold submitted the winning motto entry in the Silver Lake Village Beautification Committee contest. Her entry, “Silver Lake…Every Season an Adventure” was one of 56 entries. Joanne Magio, a committee member, said the entries were “…all creative, […]

 
 

Two area teachers killed in motorcycle crash

Two area teachers killed in motorcycle crash

By Annette Newcomb Editor Two area high schools are reeling from the tragic deaths of teachers David and Kristin Novaez, who were killed Sunday afternoon when their motorcycle struck a sport utility vehicle that reportedly pulled out in front of them. David Novaez, 48, had been the German teacher at […]

 
 

Richmond Fire District pig roast to benefit proposed museum

By Gregory Harutunian Correspondent Plans for a museum and a garage to house two antique fire engines will be moved forward with a benefit pig roast and open house set for Sunday, Oct. 9 by the Richmond Township Fire Protection District. The event will run from 11 a.m. to 4 […]

 
 
 
 
 

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