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Three straight for Central Cheer

Three straight for Central Cheer

Team captures WACPC state title Saturday By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Following a flawless performance on the mats, the Westosha Central High School Cheerleading squad snagged its third consecutive Wisconsin Association of Cheer and Poms Coaches state title Saturday at Madison’s Alliant Energy Center. The state title in the Large […]

 
 

Fees, taxes discussed at transition meeting

Salem Lakes must figure out how to merge different formats By Gail Peckler-Dziki Correspondent In the Village of Salem Lakes Transition Committee meeting held Monday, the committee discussed merging storm water, sewer fees and property taxes, on suggestion from Interim Village Administrator Pat Casey. Along with Transition Committee Chairperson Diann […]

 
 

Blankets of love

Blankets of love

Quilts serve multiple purposes By Jason Arndt Staff Writer When a quilt is made and given to someone as a gift, the blanket is often used for warmth in the cold winter months, but the quilts serve several purposes. According to Heather Deegan, who owns Buttons and Bolts Quilt Shop […]

 
 

Survivor in collision released from hospital

Survivor in collision released from hospital

Writer’s note: This article appeared in the Feb. 17 print edition of the Westosha Report, Twin Lakes Report and Paddock Lake/Salem Lakes Report. Victim still faces lengthy recovery By Jason Arndt Staff Writer As Kenosha County continues to investigate a Feb. 5 fatal head-on collision in the Town of Salem, […]

 
 

HONOR ROLLS: Brighton School

HONOR ROLLS: Brighton School

The following students at Brighton School were named to the 2016-17 second quarter honor roll: PRINCIPALS HONOR ROLL Eighth grade: Abigail Conrad, Hannah Coots, Noah Dufek, Emmarie Eppers, Megan Fliess, Megan Lejcar, Alyssa Meyer, Antonina Miller, Sydney Nys, Daniel Patten, Jacob Seward, Matthew Smith, Chloe Uhlenhake, Alexandra Wolf. Seventh grade: […]

 
 

A new era

A new era

Town of Salem had last meeting By Gail Peckler-Dziki Correspondent What was torn asunder in the 1920s was rejoined on Feb. 14. The Salem Town Board, which held its last official meeting Feb. 13, a day before a cooperative agreement with the Village of Silver Lake begins, had dozens in […]

 
 

Riverview primary has five candidates

Riverview primary has five candidates

Voters will trim field to four for April election By Jason Arndt Staff Writer For residents in the Riverview School District, a school board primary election consisting of five members expect to appear on the ballot Tuesday, when voters reduce the field to four in the general spring election. In […]

 
 

Fire started in basement of Bristol home

Fire started in basement of Bristol home

Nearly a dozen agencies responded to scene By Jason Arndt Staff Writer While it took nearly a dozen fire departments to douse a Feb. 10 blaze in a home in the Village of Bristol, there were no significant injuries, according to a statement released by the Bristol Fire Department. Public […]

 
 

Eight candidates force Salem Lakes primary

Eight candidates force Salem Lakes primary

Voters to narrow field to six By Gail Peckler-Dziki Correspondent With eight residents vying for three contested trustee seats in the Village of Salem Lakes, voters will cut that field to six when they head to the polls for the Feb. 21 primary election. The six candidates, along with the […]

 
 

Central Cheer brings home national hardware

Central Cheer brings home national hardware

Team finishes 7th in country By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Unlike two years ago, when the Westosha Central High School cheerleading squad made its first National High School Cheerleading Championship appearance in Florida, they came prepared last weekend. The preparation, in addition to the goal of reaching the finals, has […]

 
 
 
 
 

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