Opinion

Stuff my dad said – or why you should respect your elders

At some point in life – at least when it comes to good people – children should respect their parents. If you’re like me, that respect blurs a little when you’re a teenager, then sharpens into love and affection once you grow up. On March 1, my father died. It […]

 
 

Elections matter       Thank you to all the Salem residents who voted for me in the primary election. I look forward to continuing to meet more of you in my door-to-door campaign.       I am on the ballot in two spots because of deadlines. I think that the appointee, Ted […]

 
 

Candidates: Monday is last day to turn in your letters to the editor

As a service to our readers, Southern Lakes Newspapers accepts letters to the editor pertaining to local election issues.       All political letters must be submitted for publication at least two editions prior to the date of the election to allow sufficient time for rebuttal, if necessary. That means letters […]

 
 

March 19 is deadline for letters addressing the election

      As a service to our readers, Southern Lakes Newspapers accepts letters to the editor pertaining to local election issues.       All political letters must be submitted for publication at least two editions prior to the date of the election to allow sufficient time for rebuttal, if necessary. That […]

 
 

Resident says local emergency crews ‘impressed him’ at accident scene

      This past week I was in a car accident in Trevor, on Route 83. I was not hurt and there was no damage to my car. As soon as I got my wits about me I called in to the Sheriff’s department to report the accident.       About […]

 
 

How dare you!

By Annette Newcomb Editor   A friend of mine has MS, multiple Sclerosis. It’s an autoimmune disease that affects the brain and spinal cord. From what I learned by going online. MS is caused by damage to the myelin sheath, the protective covering that surrounds nerve cells.  When this nerve […]

 
 

Letters to the editor

Welcome to Twin Lakes       A 13 percent levy increase for Lakewood School. One of the largest, if not the largest, increase in the state.       Wonder why your tax bill went up while other towns went down or stayed the same?       Here are some of the reasons:       […]

 
 

Information needed for old Twin Lakes ballroom

                  Dear Old Time Area Residents: We need your help!                   The Kenosha County Historical Society, along with StateLineDance.com and USA Dance, are gathering information, stories, and pictures of the old ballroom in Twin Lakes that was built in the early 1920s and […]

 
 

Thank you to blood donors

                  Every minute of every day someone needs blood. That blood can only come from a volunteer donor, a person like you who makes the choice to donate. There is no substitute for your donation. A pint of blood is taken from each […]

 
 
 
 
 

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