Paddock Lake-Salem

Feral cat ordinance proposed by Salem resident

By Karen Mahoney~Correspondent Leon Edmark has lost income and suffered injury from the feral cats living in his Salem neighborhood. Now he wants the Town to do something about it. Armed with startling data that two cats are responsible for 11 million cats in just 9 years, Edmark, who spoke […]

 
 

Silver Lake has costly storm sewer project

By Gail Peckler-Dziki ~ Correspondent Years ago, the village placed a storm sewer that ran from North Riverside Drive to the Fox River. At the time, the storm sewer ran along a lot live. According to Silver Lake building inspector Royce Kennedy, the storm sewer was placed in 1940 and […]

 
 

Fairest of the Fair contestants being sought

The Kenosha County Fair Board is seeking their next Fairest of the Fair. The competition is open to all residents of the city or county of Kenosha, for at least one year, single, at least 18 years of age on Jan. 1, but will not reach the age of 25 […]

 
 

Silver Lake Protection sets annual meeting

By Gail Peckler-Dziki correspondent The Silver Lake Protection Association (SLPA) has set its first annual meeting for Saturday, July 13, at 10 a.m. at the Salem Town Hall, located at 9814 Antioch Road (STH 83). The group plans to discuss applying for a Department of Natural Resources (DNR) grant that […]

 
 

Central appoints to members

By Gail Peckler-Dziki~Correspondent The Central High School board filled two vacancies. One was left when Henry Billingsley passed, the other became vacant when Don Kurtz filed for non-candidacy and no one filed papers for the election. Scott Thompson filed as a registered write-in candidate and won the election but for […]

 
 

After you dial 911, who comes to your door?

By Gail Peckler-Dziki ~ Correspondent During the citizen comment portion of the last Silver Lake board meeting, when the agreement with Silver Lake Rescue was discussed, Silver Lake resident Colleen Dykstra asked, “Do you want paramedic service or do you want the Silver Lake Rescue Squad?” When we call 911 […]

 
 

Westosha Central High School Class of 2013 scholarships and award winners

      Allan Aguilar: Central High School Student Activities–DECA Scholarship $200       Benjamin Aker: AP Scholar; Bumper to Bumper Scholarship $500       Colleen Anderson: Principal’s 3D Art Award–2nd Place; Principal’s 3D Art Award–3rd Place       Caitlyn Barrett: Johnson and Whales $500       Corbin Bevry: Westosha Kiwanis Scholarship $500       Helena […]

 
 

Christ Lutheran to host 50th anniversary pig roast

Christ Lutheran Church, 24929 75th St., Paddock Lake, is hosting a 50th anniversary celebration and pig roast on Saturday, June 29, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. The family barbecue will include hayrides, kids games, face painting, cakewalks, Bingo, Bags tournament, raffle, silent auction, and more. Admission is $8 for adults; […]

 
 

Progress Days are July 12-14

Bristol Progress Days will be held July 12-14. This year’s theme is “Around the World in 2013.” For more information contact the following chairmen: Parade and Car Show: Lisa: lwadin@wi.rr.com or 857-3099; Banquet Tickets: $20, Cheryl (262) 945-1630; Miss Bristol, Carol 857-9769 or Cheryl 857-2447; Outstanding Citizen, Wendy 857-9850 and […]

 
 

Morning T’ai Chi Chuan – an informal, introductory T’ai Chi class offered

Join Mike Stancato, an experienced T’ai Chi Chuan instructor, in Morning T’ai Chi Chuan – an informal, introductory T’ai Chi class offered free of charge. Classes are held Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings from 8 to 9 a.m. and will be held in Stancato’s front yard at 8616-226 Avenue, Salem […]

 
 
 
 
 

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