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Village police captain accused of illegally taking prescription drugs from department

Village police captain accused of illegally taking prescription drugs from department

The Twin Lakes Police Department has placed Capt. Dennis Linn on administrative leave amid both an internal and criminal investigation on allegations he illegally removed prescription medication from the department. While the Twin Lakes Police Department will conduct the internal investigation, according to a Feb. 18 news release, the Wisconsin […]

 
 

Growing while glowing

Growing while glowing

Twin Lakes woman opens school for underprivileged children in South Africa By Mike Ramczyk Staff Writer Lindsey Dickey always wanted to help people. When the Twin Lakes native and Wilmot High School graduate left the United States for South Africa in 2016, she knew she wanted to get into the […]

 
 

In this week’s Twin Lakes Report…

In this week’s Twin Lakes Report…

Lindsey Dickey always wanted to help people. When the Twin Lakes native and Wilmot High School graduate left the United States for South Africa in 2016, she knew she wanted to get into the medical field but didn’t know exactly where that path would lead. Little did she know in […]

 
 

Students garner recognition in state Scholastic Art and Writing Awards

Students garner recognition in state Scholastic Art and Writing Awards

Caleb Bruley, along with three other Wheatland Center School students, garnered recognition for their pieces presented at the regional Scholastic Art and Writing Award competition. Joining Bruley, an eight-grader, were Brynn Wierzbicki, Breanna Moe and Madeline. Bruley earned two Gold Keys in short story and humor for his piece “The […]

 
 

In this week’s Twin Lakes Report…

In this week’s Twin Lakes Report…

Westosha Central High School welcomed eight new members, including two coaches, into its Athletic Hall of Fame in a ceremony held Jan. 26 at the Club at Strawberry Creek in Kenosha. The ceremony, which is the second since 2017, was a collaborative effort between school administrators and the Westosha Central […]

 
 

Twin Lakes Board approves fire equipment upgrades

Twin Lakes Board approves fire equipment upgrades

By Jason Arndt Editor Equipment upgrades are on the horizon for Twin Lakes Fire and Rescue after the Village Board authorized the purchase of three items, including a used ambulance, at its Jan. 21 regular meeting. Additionally, the village board has decided to move forward on a fourth, a new […]

 
 

Wheatland School in early construction phase

Wheatland School in early construction phase

Officials project August completion By Jason Arndt Editor Since the Wheatland J1 School District won approval on two referendums last April, including one for facility improvements, officials spent months creating a construction plan. The construction plan, which started in early November, is starting to show on the exterior of Wheatland […]

 
 

TOP NEWS STORIES OF 2018 – No. 1: Homicide shakes quiet community

TOP NEWS STORIES OF 2018 – No. 1: Homicide shakes quiet community

Joseph Riley’s death sparked an outpouring of community support, including contributions to a GoFundMe page to offset funeral expenses. Friends described Riley as a caring and loving person who embraced nature. Before his death, he took up photography to showcase the outdoors. During the Nov. 15 home invasion, the four […]

 
 

TOP STORIES OF 2018 – No. 2: Blaze damages historic farm

TOP STORIES OF 2018 – No. 2: Blaze damages historic farm

Sunnyview Dairy Farm, owned by the same family since 1908, was ravaged by a four-alarm blaze that caused extensive damage to the property at 4602 Highway 83 in the Town of Wheatland. The May 1 blaze, according to a family spokeswoman, left the family terrified and overwhelmed. “It is all […]

 
 

TOP STORIES OF 2018 – No. 4: Communities pass school referendums

TOP STORIES OF 2018 – No. 4: Communities pass school referendums

Last April, the Randall and Wheatland school districts won approval of four collective school referendums. At Wheatland Center School, residents granted the district permission to exceed revenue limits by $625,000 for non-recurring purposes to maintain the current level of services the school offers. The decision, which came on a 465-352 […]

 
 
 
 
 

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