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Libertyfest returns to Twin Lakes

Libertyfest returns to Twin Lakes

Aquanuts, Country and Rock expected While Libertyfest brings back several favorites to their annual celebration, the Twin Lakes Area Chamber and Business Association has announced new features for the event held June 30 through July 1, a press release states. Libertyfest, a two-day event, is free to families and offers […]

 
 

Amazing Wilmot student earns artistic accolades

Amazing Wilmot student earns artistic accolades

By Jason Arndt Editor An amazing Wilmot Union High School student with an affinity for art received an amazing honor from United Commercial Travelers on May 26. Roman Ibarra, who entered two safety posters into the organization’s annual contest, earned a trip to international competition held in July for one […]

 
 

Bodi’s crafts cakes and community

Bodi’s crafts cakes and community

Providing employment is rewarding, owner says By Jason Arndt Editor For the last 20 years, Bodi’s Bake Shop in Twin Lakes has been a mainstay of the community, but the owner’s foray into the industry started much earlier. The owner, Jane Bodi, recalled starting in the business 35 years ago, […]

 
 

Twin Lakes to seek funds for possible K9 unit

Minimal budget affect, police said By Jason Arndt Editor With a rise in narcotic overdose deaths, both locally and nationally, the Twin Lakes Police Department looks to tackle the epidemic in its community with K9 unit. In a presentation delivered at Monday’s Committee of the Whole meeting, police officer Joe […]

 
 

Panther power

Panther power

By Jason Arndt Editor When Wilmot Union High School valedictorian Lauren Daniels was asked to talk about the future in her June 3 commencement speech, the senior stopped to reflect on the four years worth of milestones her class achieved. “How am I going to write a speech about looking […]

 
 

School gardens encourage healthy eating

School gardens encourage healthy eating

Area benefits from Kenosha Community Foundation grant By Jason Arndt Editor When students come together to plant a garden, the activity not only fosters learning, but it also encourages healthy eating. The activity is happening at eight area schools, courtesy of a Kenosha Community Foundation grant, reports Sharing Center Executive […]

 
 

Daniels excels in spite of hectic schedule

Daniels excels in spite of hectic schedule

Wilmot Valedictorian named Outstanding Senior By Jason Arndt Editor When Lauren Daniels isn’t in the classroom, she is either volunteering for a wide array of community organizations, working at the Club at Strawberry Creek or hitting the court as a member of the Wilmot Union High School varsity volleyball team. […]

 
 

Three dead in Town of Lyons crash

Three dead in Town of Lyons crash

A Sunday evening crash in the Town of Lyons left three people dead after a vehicle lost control and struck a tree, a Walworth County Sheriff’s Office news release states. In an updated news release issued Monday afternoon, the Sheriff’s Department identified the three as Jason Davis and Hunter Morby, […]

 
 

Wheatland seeking needs analysis for future fire station

By Jason Arndt Editor The Town of Wheatland Volunteer Fire Department plans to seek insight from at least three design firms to address its outdated Geneva Road facility after meeting with the Wheatland Town Board Monday at the fire station. Although plans are in its preliminary stages, Fire Chief Lou […]

 
 

Lakewood to go Lake to Lake

Lakewood to go Lake to Lake

Annual 5K run set for June 3 By Jason Arndt Editor In the last five years, Lakewood School has sought to bring the community together for its annual 5K run, which has changed themes to offer a fresh perspective for participants. This year, the annual 5K run plans to go […]

 
 
 
 
 

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