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Drones invade Wilmot’s Bucci Field

Drones invade Wilmot’s Bucci Field

Organization pleased with school facilities during race By Jason Arndt Staff Writer When Milwaukee area-based Team RamQuad FPV coordinated a drone race with Wilmot Union High School officials two months ago, the organization planned to hold Sunday’s event in the school field house, but the weather sent them to Frank […]

 
 

Three straight for Central Cheer

Three straight for Central Cheer

Team captures WACPC state title Saturday By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Following a flawless performance on the mats, the Westosha Central High School Cheerleading squad snagged its third consecutive Wisconsin Association of Cheer and Poms Coaches state title Saturday at Madison’s Alliant Energy Center. The state title in the Large […]

 
 

Wheatland students receive artistic recognition

Wheatland students receive artistic recognition

Nearly 20 Wheatland Center School expect to have their work selected for publication in this year’s Southern Lakes Anthology writing contest, according to a release issued by the school. “The title of this year’s anthology is ‘Action!,’” the release states. “Eighteen of Wheatland’s students had their writing or artwork chosen […]

 
 

Wilmot sells rest of school forest

Wilmot sells rest of school forest

Land is located in Racine County By Jason Arndt Staff Writer After the Wilmot Union High School Board rejected two bids, they finally found a buyer for the last 80 acres of its school forest in the Town of Burlington, just west of the Richard Bong State Recreation Area. The […]

 
 

Former school group treasurer sentenced

Former school group treasurer sentenced

Mener, of Twin Lakes, pleaded guilty in December By Jason Arndt Staff Writer A 45-year-old former treasurer of Randall Consolidated School Parent-Teacher Club will spend 18 months behind bars following a Feb. 15 sentencing hearing in Kenosha County Circuit Court. Terra Mener, of Twin Lakes, pleaded guilty to felony charges […]

 
 

Fees, taxes discussed at transition meeting

Salem Lakes must figure out how to merge different formats By Gail Peckler-Dziki Correspondent In the Village of Salem Lakes Transition Committee meeting held Monday, the committee discussed merging storm water, sewer fees and property taxes, on suggestion from Interim Village Administrator Pat Casey. Along with Transition Committee Chairperson Diann […]

 
 

Wilmot Cheer seeks state repeat

Wilmot Cheer seeks state repeat

Kostrova, Myers all-state finalists By Jason Arndt Staff Writer After the Wilmot Union High School cheerleading squad won its second consecutive regional title Feb. 18, the team looks for a similar result at the Wisconsin Association of Cheer and Poms state championships Saturday. Wilmot Union, the defending WACPC Small Varsity […]

 
 

Like night and day

Like night and day

Two lawmakers reconsider daylight saving proposal By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Expect daylight saving time to remain firmly entrenched in Wisconsin, with potential for the measure to become permanent, according to State Rep. Samantha Kerkman (R – Salem). Originally, Kerkman and Rep. Michael Schraa (R – Oshkosh) had proposed legislation […]

 
 

Blankets of love

Blankets of love

Quilts serve multiple purposes By Jason Arndt Staff Writer When a quilt is made and given to someone as a gift, the blanket is often used for warmth in the cold winter months, but the quilts serve several purposes. According to Heather Deegan, who owns Buttons and Bolts Quilt Shop […]

 
 

Survivor in collision released from hospital

Survivor in collision released from hospital

Writer’s note: This article appeared in the Feb. 17 print edition of the Westosha Report, Twin Lakes Report and Paddock Lake/Salem Lakes Report. Victim still faces lengthy recovery By Jason Arndt Staff Writer As Kenosha County continues to investigate a Feb. 5 fatal head-on collision in the Town of Salem, […]

 
 
 
 
 

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