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Lakeside to replace Marv and Alison’s Sentry

Lakeside to replace Marv and Alison’s Sentry

Festival Foods acquires store in undisclosed sale By Jason Arndt Staff Writer For the last 16 years, Marv and Alison’s name was synonymous with Sentry Foods in Paddock Lake, but it will end May 10. At an undisclosed sale, Skogen’s Festival Foods bought the 27,500-square-foot building April 18, and will […]

 
 

Doubles key to Panther tennis season

Doubles key to Panther tennis season

  By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Even with an entirely different set-up entering the Panthers boys tennis season, there is still plenty of optimism, despite the loss of a key doubles player. “We hope to get people through regionals, then sectionals and have a state qualifier,” said Wilmot Union High […]

 
 

New Silver Lake clerk stays close to home

New Silver Lake clerk stays close to home

By Gail Peckler-Dziki Correspondent Vicki Galich is a hometown girl, born and raised in Silver Lake. She is married to George and their daughter, Chantelle, also lives in the village with her 5-year-old twins, Brody and Brielle. They began kindergarten at Riverview this year. “Those three are the light of […]

 
 

Maintenance a concern at Salem annual meeting

By Gail Peckler-Dziki Correspondent During the Town of Salem annual meeting held April 19, town officials reported that 2015 revenues were up nearly $600,000 from 2014. Revenues for 2015 were nearly 7,400,000 as compared to the nearly $7,000,000 in 2014. Total expenditures for 2015 were $9.5 million while the 2014 […]

 
 

Paris home destroyed in blaze

Paris home destroyed in blaze

Same property as February arson case, Chief says By Jason Arndt Staff Writer A town of Paris property subject to an arson investigation has been destroyed following a Friday morning blaze, according to Town of Paris Fire Chief Roland Iwen. The Friday morning fire in 19400 block of County Highway […]

 
 

Westosha students on mission to help schools, community

Westosha students on mission to help schools, community

By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Westosha Central’s inaugural Leading into the Future class has launched a community service project that promotes healthy eating, and hopes for an opportunity to educate students at area feeder schools. Westosha Gardens is a grassroots effort by more than 20 juniors and seniors with a […]

 
 

Paging … future doctors

Paging … future doctors

HOSA is a student pathway to health careers By Jason Arndt Staff Writer When it comes to receiving quality medical care – patients are also seeking caring and compassionate physicians and other health professionals – and one national organization is creating a vision for the future. HOSA, or Health Occupations […]

 
 

Church officials remain mum on arrested pastor

Church officials remain mum on arrested pastor

By Jason Arndt Staff Writer A Twin Lakes pastor awaiting a May 2 preliminary hearing on child enticement charges in Oshkosh leaves his church with an uncertain future. Rev. Josh Scheil, of Trevor, held on $10,000 bond April 18 in Winnebago County Circuit Court, was arrested on allegations he planned […]

 
 

Central’s growing Drama Club nurtures talent with limited resources

Central’s growing Drama Club nurtures talent with limited resources

By Nicholas Ravnikar Correspondent Unlike some other high schools whose drama club or theater productions support classes in the dramatic arts, the Drama Club is Westosha Central High School’s main method for teaching stagecraft. That presents certain challenges, Klimzak said, but he thinks it’s a good way for students to […]

 
 

Teacher thrilled about boarding for NASA

Teacher thrilled about boarding for NASA

Trevor-Wilmot’s Adams slated for January deployment By Jason Arndt Staff Writer When Ashley Adams learned of her selection to board a flying telescope for a NASA ambassador program, she viewed it as an honor to be one of a select few across the United States. The 28-year-old Trevor-Wilmot Consolidated School […]

 
 
 
 
 

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