Paddock Lake-Salem

BlurtITout is Feb. 19

The Western Kenosha County Historic Society will host BlutITout on Sunday, Feb. 19, at Wheatland Center School.                   Communities to be featured include Randall, Wheatland, Powers Lake, New Munster, Wheatland, Nippersink and Bassett.                   Bring any historic items pertaining to these communities for show and tell. If you don’t know […]

 
 

Silver Lake Police Reports

Check welfare       at 4:30 p.m., an officer was contacted about a welfare concern. There was a woman on N. Fifth Street who appeared to have a flat bicycle tire. The officer found the woman, and the woman said she was fine with walking her bike home; Traffic       at […]

 
 

B-I-N-G-O returns to Paddock Lake Jan. 27

The Village of Paddock Lake is hosting bingo night from 5 to 7 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 27, the village hall, 6969 236thAvenue. Pet food donations for the Pitter Patter Animal Rescue will be accepted.

 
 

The Sanctuary placed on permanent hold

  By Gail Peckler Dziki Correspondent A 52-acre Planned Unit Development (PUD) appears to be done with the foreclosure and bankruptcy filing by owners of 27 acres of that parcel. The development called The Sanctuary, collaboration between Matt Nolan and General Properties, ended last November when the 27 acres owned […]

 
 

Candidates file papers for Town of Salem

                  Town of Salem Clerk Cindi Ernest has released the names of candidates who filed by the 5 p.m. deadline Jan. 3. Seeking election are:                   • For Town Board Supervisor, a one-year term currently held by Ted Kmiec:  Gail Peckler-Dziki, Trevor; incumbent […]

 
 

Town of Salem supervisor filing deadline extended to Friday

Town of Salem residents now have until Friday, Jan. 6, at 5 p.m. to file papers to run for the office of Town Board Supervisor, a two-year term in the upcoming April election. This deadline has been extended as a result of the Notice of Non-Candidacy not being filed by […]

 
 

Silver Lake Police Report

Dec. 15 Suspicious activity at 4:18 p.m., a daycare employee called in a complaint of suspicious activity on S. Second Street. A man in a truck stopped two young boys, and they started talking. The older man looked suspicious, and it did not appear the boys knew him. When officers […]

 
 

Silver Lake’s 12th Night celebration is Friday

The Village of Silver Lake will host its annual Twelfth Night celebration on Friday, Jan. 6, beginning at 7 p.m.  at the Silver Lake Fire House, 113 S. First Street, Silver Lake. Anyone having a fresh trees or evergreen boughs, wreaths and swags can deposit them at the clearing across from […]

 
 

Twin Lakes Library renovation chugging forward

Twin Lakes Library renovation chugging forward

    The doors at the Twin Lakes/Randall Community Library closed Sept. 18 and soon after storage pods took up residence in the parking lot, housing thousands of books and related equipment. Although it may not look like much is happening from the outside, patrons will be amazed at the […]

 
 

Local man’s body recovered by search party on Christmas Eve

  “I really believe if we hadn’t found him when we did we never would have found him. I can’t even believe how thick the trees and overgrowth was back there.  – Childhood friend Allen Dunski   By Annette Newcomb Editor The last few days of Roger Baker’s life are a […]

 
 
 
 
 

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