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Being a Buddy

Being a Buddy

CHS student initiates new group By Jason Arndt Editor Junior Carissa Rudd, an aspiring educator, just wanted to make Westosha Central High School a more inclusive atmosphere for special education students. The inclusive atmosphere became a reality last November, when the Board of Education approved a new extra-curricular club called […]

 
 

Authorities seek answers in Paris hit-and-run

Authorities seek answers in Paris hit-and-run

Kenosha County authorities are still investigating a Thursday evening hit-and-run accident that left a bicyclist with serious injuries, but they believe they may have a suspect vehicle, according to the Sheriff’s Department. The suspect vehicle, the Sheriff’s Department said, could be a late 1990s, possibly a 1997, Chevy Silverado pickup. […]

 
 

A healthy balance in competition

A healthy balance in competition

Athletic trainers work with student athletes to keep them in play By Jason Arndt Editor Whenever student-athletes experience an injury, either during a game or at practice, a licensed athletic trainer is most likely the first medical professional to respond. Responding to an injury, however, is only one of many […]

 
 

Celebrating the beauty inside

Celebrating the beauty inside

Girl Scouts team up to help girls in foster homes By Gail Peckler-Dziki Correspondent Elsa Witkiewicz and Scarlett Fallscher have teamed up to create Beauty and Bravery bags for 12 to 17 year-old-girls in the foster care system. There is a legacy running through Elsa’s family – started by her […]

 
 

Salem Lakes man charged with attempted homicide

Salem Lakes man charged with attempted homicide

Sampsel, 40, allegedly drunk at time of incident By Jason Arndt Editor Justin Sampsel, 40, of Salem Lakes was charged with first degree attempted intentional homicide after he allegedly forced his wife to drive into a tree while she was driving on a Racine County road on Feb. 9. Sampsel, […]

 
 

Central to name Gendron as new district administrator

Central to name Gendron as new district administrator

By Jason Arndt Editor The Central High School District of Westosha did not have to look very far to find its next district administrator, according to a district announcement on Friday, which indicated the Board of Education could approve John Gendron to fill the leadership post at Tuesday’s meeting. Gendron, […]

 
 

College news: Fall 2018 Semester – Olivet Nazarene, Eau Claire, Madison, Green Bay, Stout

College news: Fall 2018 Semester – Olivet Nazarene, Eau Claire, Madison, Green Bay, Stout

Dean’s List Olivet Nazarene The following area student was named to the 2018 fall semester Dean’s List at Olivet Nazarene University in Bourbonnais, Illinois: Salem: Rebecca Bell To qualify for the Dean’s List, a full-time student must have earned a semester grade point average of 3.50 or higher on a […]

 
 

Banding together

Banding together

Annual Band-O-Rama bolsters feeder school bonds By Jason Arndt Editor When Heidi Anderson was in grade school, she remembered participating in the annual Band-O-Rama at Westosha Central High School, where feeder schools collaborate on a collection of songs. Anderson, who attended Salem Grade School, is now the band director at […]

 
 

Central inducts eight to Athletic Hall of Fame

Central inducts eight to Athletic Hall of Fame

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

 
 

Salem Lakes to keep two courts

By Gail Peckler-Dziki Correspondent The Salem Lakes Village Board reversed a decision made last year to move from two municipal courts to one at the January 21 special board meeting. Trustee Bill Hopkins and Ron Gandt were the only no votes against changing back to two municipal courts. Last year, […]

 
 
 
 
 

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