Two months after she was struck by lightning at Country Thunder, Brittney Prehn continues to recover, and considers herself a miracle for surviving.

Her family and friends, meanwhile, have remained supportive of the Illinois woman.

This week’s Twin Lakes Report also has a story on Wilmot Mountain’s EpicPromise Day, which brought in hundreds of volunteers to Silver Lake Park, where they conducted a variety of cleanup and restoration efforts.

Other highlights include the following:

CHICKENS: The Village of Salem Lakes made a decision on a chicken ordinance.

BRIGHTON: No one was harmed in a two-alarm fire in the Town of Brighton on Sept. 15.

PLEA: An Illinois man entered a plea on charges of exploitation of a child at an arraignment in Kenosha County Circuit Court on Sept. 13.

AWESOME AUSTIN: Wilmot’s Austin Norton eclipsed 100 yards rushing in the Panthers victory in Elkhorn on Sept. 14.

UNBEATEN: The Westosha Central girls volleyball team remains unbeaten in Southern Lakes Conference.

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