Whenever anyone attends a high school sporting event, the school’s athletic trainer often sits at the end of the bench, but the healthcare profession does more to keep student-athletes healthy and even offers assistance with continuing care.

The Report profiled the athletic trainers at both Westosha Central and Wilmot Union high schools for a feature piece in this week’s print edition.

This week’s Report will also have more on two criminal cases in the Village of Twin Lakes, with one involving a Baltimore man, and the other related to the police captain.

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Here’s a look at the other stories in this week’s Report:

FIREHOUSE PLAN: Citing costs, the Wheatland Town Board sent back a multi-million dollar fire station plan to committee.

MARSY’S LAW: An area woman went from being a victim to an advocate.

ANOTHER CLASH: Westosha Central and Wilmot went head-to-head for the third time in boys basketball.

CENTURY MARK: Wilmot boys basketball coach Jake Erbentraut won his 100th career game with the program.

 
 

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