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Wheatland reunites some former students

Wheatland reunites some former students

Seniors brought back to offer feedback, receive tour By Jason Arndt Editor When Wheatland Center School invited former students back April 26, officials sought feedback from the current high school seniors who attend Westosha Central and Wilmot, and it turned into a trip down memory lane. The purpose of the […]

 
 

In this week’s Twin Lakes Report…

In this week’s Twin Lakes Report…

A family in the Town of Randall lost their home Monday, when dry condition sparked a fire, which led many area departments to respond to mutual aid requests. Inside, readers will learn about Wheatland Center School’s unique event involving former students who returned to the school. In other news, a […]

 
 

Picking up the pieces

Picking up the pieces

Herda Farms afflicted by fire Tuesday By Jason Arndt Editor The sooner a local family can clean up after Tuesday’s devastating fire, the easier they can put the painful experience behind them, and start the healing process. Sunnyview Dairy Farm, owned by the same family since 1908, was afflicted with […]

 
 

Twin Lakes student wins Milk Producers Association scholarship

Twin Lakes student wins Milk Producers Association scholarship

Burlington and Twin Lakes students are among seven recipients awarded $1,000 scholarships at the Woodstock Progressive Milk Producers’ Association meeting March 7 at the Holiday Inn in Janesville. Members and their children or grandchildren were eligible to apply for a scholarship that could be used toward tuition at an accredited […]

 
 

Authorities confirm motorcycle fatality

Authorities confirm motorcycle fatality

A crash involving three motorcycles left one woman dead and three others injured Saturday night in the Town of Randall. The crash happened at around 6:30 p.m. when three motorcycles struck a guardrail in the 12400 block of Highway W, according to Town of Randall Fire Department official Robert Stoll, […]

 
 

Unprecedented service

Unprecedented service

By Jason Arndt Editor For Patricia Platts, she had an unprecedented tenure on the Lakewood School Board, where the longtime member played witness to multiple changes since she took a seat nearly four decades ago. Platts, who served the board for more than 37 years, ended her tenure on April […]

 
 

TV show inspired resale shop

TV show inspired resale shop

Diverse inventory draws customers to Trader Brothers By Jason Arndt Editor When customers open the door to Trader Brothers at 405 N. Lake Ave., Twin Lakes, they are exposed to a treasure trove of items tailored to suit a variety of needs. Mike Pusateri, who owns the business with his […]

 
 

Lakewood officially approves new administrator

Lakewood officially approves new administrator

Anderson enthusiastic about opportunity By Jason Arndt Editor The Lakewood School Board made the announcement official April 18 when it approved Dr. Christine Anderson as the new administrator, effective July 1. The unanimous decision, which drew a large applause at the board’s regular meeting, concluded a three-month search. Anderson, present […]

 
 

In this week’s Twin Lakes Report…

In this week’s Twin Lakes Report…

After 21 years, American Girl will close its Wilmot facility as part of the company’s plan to consolidate operations, the company said in a statement last week. The impending closure affects 135 regular full- and part-time employees at the distribution and call center on Fox River Road in the Town […]

 
 

Twin Lakes mulls mosquito spraying

By Jason Arndt Editor When Western Kenosha County sustained major flooding last summer, area municipalities saw the mosquito population explode, including the Village of Twin Lakes. With the increased population, Twin Lakes received a series of complaints, which led the Village Board to mull whether to reinstate the mosquito abatement […]

 
 
 
 
 

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