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Free throws to raise funds

Free throws to raise funds

Wilmot Union opens practice doors to community By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Pick a player, any player, all to help benefit their Wilmot Union High School boys basketball program. The players, who will participate in the first annual Free-Throw-a-Thon, plan to open the doors to practice Saturday, Dec. 10. Members […]

 
 

Winter Weather Advisory Issued Sunday

The first snow accumulation of the winter expects to arrive into Southeast Wisconsin, according to the National Weather Service, which issued a winter weather advisory for Sunday. A winter weather advisory, in effect from 7 a.m. until 6 p.m., means that periods of snow can cause travel difficulties, the National […]

 
 

A rejuvenated spirit

A rejuvenated spirit

Stage Stop to re-open as family continues 168-year tradition By Jason Arndt Staff Writer When the Wilmot Hotel opened its doors in 1848, the San Francisco Gold Rush was one year away, Wisconsin was not yet admitted into the United States and the telegraph was in its infancy. Since then, […]

 
 

Former fire tanker sold to make way for new

Former fire tanker sold to make way for new

Town of Wheatland keeps it in community By Jason Arndt Staff Writer The Wheatland Town Board approved the sale of its 1987 International tanker, recently replaced with a Kenworth chassis and a 4,000-gallon tank, at a regular board meeting Monday. The 1987 tanker, used for 30 years by the Town […]

 
 

Twin Lakes man suffers non-life threatening injuries

Twin Lakes man suffers non-life threatening injuries

Man found pinned beneath van Wednesday morning A 54-year-old Twin Lakes man reportedly struck and pinned beneath a vehicle Wednesday morning was transported to Froedtert Hospital in Wauwatosa, where he is receiving treatment for non-life threatening injuries, according to a Twin Lakes Police Department press release. The crash, according to […]

 
 

Wilmot notches two promotional awards

Wilmot notches two promotional awards

School recognized for video showcasing achievements By Jason Arndt Staff Writer When Wilmot Union High School hired Erin Cullen as Communications Coordinator, District Administrator Daniel Kopp believed she had the creativity to share highlights of the school, which recently received two Wisconsin School Public Relations Association awards in Sheboygan. The […]

 
 

Family in need of assistance following fire

Family in need of assistance following fire

No injuries reported in Twin Lakes house fire By Jason Arndt Staff Writer While there were no injuries reported, a Twin Lakes family of five is displaced following a residential fire Nov. 18 that remains under investigation, according to Twin Lakes Police Capt. Dennis Linn. And a relative of the […]

 
 

Leadership in action

Leadership in action

Randall students helped coordinate conference Students from Randall Consolidated School attended an annual Middle School Leadership conference Oct. 20 at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, where 15 Randall Student Council members coordinated small group activities following leadership training. The day-long conference, themed “Leadership is action, not position” this year, was open […]

 
 

No injuries noted in Twin Lakes house fire

No injuries noted in Twin Lakes house fire

By Jason Arndt Staff Writer While no injuries were reported in a Friday afternoon residential fire, Kenosha County authorities along with the Village of Twin Lakes are still working to determine the cause, according to village fire official. The fire, which resulted in mutual aid from five other departments, occurred […]

 
 

Goin’ Big Time

Goin’ Big Time

Vail Resorts launches $13 million in upgrades at Wilmot Mountain By Jason Arndt Staff Writer When Colorado-based Vail Resorts bought Wilmot Mountain in January, there were two questions raised by some people along the Rocky Mountains, where snow skiing thrives. Where is Wilmot? And why? But, according to General Manager […]

 
 
 
 
 

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