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Wilmot Union water supply safe

Wilmot Union water supply safe

No E.Coli present after official testing By Jason Arndt Staff Writer According to a report by Wilmot High School Sunday, the school’s drinking water is safe, after testing concluded there was no E.coli present. The school shut off the water supply Friday when unofficial testing revealed potential e.coli, which necessitated […]

 
 

Wilmot Union shuts off water supply

Wilmot Union shuts off water supply

Unofficial test results reveals potential E.coli contamination Wilmot Union High School reported a potential case of E.coli contamination of its water supply after unofficial testing Friday. According to the Centers for Disease Control, E.coli is bacteria that normally lives within the intestines of people and animals, and are mostly harmless, […]

 
 

Three new cases of whooping cough

Three new cases of whooping cough

Two at Randall, one in Lakewood By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Two more schools have confirmed cases of pertussis, or whooping cough, according to administrators at Lakewood and Randall Consolidated schools. The disease begins with respiratory symptoms of cold and cough, and can quickly progress into sever fits of coughing […]

 
 

Wheatland refreshes its principal quest

School gets by with leader by committee By Jason Arndt Staff Writer After drawing little interest in their vacant principal position, Wheatland Center School officials are hoping for better results this spring. Wheatland has been without a principal since October when Patti Clements, who served in the role for six […]

 
 

Thunder bomb threat a hoax

Thunder bomb threat a hoax

No Wilmot, Westosha students involved in threat Pleasant Prairie Police took a student from Kenosha Unified into custody following a bomb threat hoax made at a Kenosha Thunder hockey practice Wednesday. The Kenosha Thunder is a co-op athletic program that includes students from Westosha Central and Wilmot Union high schools. […]

 
 

Decathletes in pursuit of National Title berth

Wilmot Union wins regional contest By Jason Arndt Staff Writer After capturing a regional title at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Jan. 8, Wilmot Union High School’s academic decathlon squad is in pursuit of its third consecutive state championship. However, standing in the way is Waukesha West, who is 155 points […]

 
 

New Year brings two new eras in Twin Lakes

New Year brings two new eras in Twin Lakes

By Jason Arndt Staff Writer In its first regular board meeting of 2016, the Village of Twin Lakes welcomed two new eras, both in administration and law enforcement. At the board meeting, the village introduced Julie Harms as the new Village Clerk, replacing Cathy Richardson, whose last day was Jan. […]

 
 

Former Wilmot School eyed as music studio

Details of plans for vacant grade school are sparse By Gail Peckler-Dziki Correspondent The Salem Town Board on Monday approved an ordinance that clears the way for the former Wilmot Grade School to be used as a music studio. TVRW Electronics, LLC, as owner and Robert Wincek as agent made […]

 
 

Twin Lakes officers testify at hearing in beating case

Twin Lakes officers testify at hearing in beating case

Garcia is bound over for trial By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Two Twin Lakes police officers delivered testimony related to the Christmas morning attack of 58-year-old Thomas Eppers Sr. during a preliminary hearing in Kenosha County Circuit Court Friday. Alexander Garcia, charged with felony aggravated battery with intent to cause […]

 
 

A showcase of diverse proportions

A showcase of diverse proportions

Wilmot Union High School hosts talent show Saturday By Jason Arndt Staff Writer A showcase of Wilmot Union High School’s best talent will be on display at 6 p.m. Saturday in the school auditorium. Chaos and Creation, a Drama Club production, formed eight years ago to fund scholarships for students […]

 
 
 
 
 

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