Author Archive: Heather Perkins

Special gathering

Special gathering

    At Whitewater Middle School’s Veterans Day assembly on Monday, veterans and their families enjoy breakfast treats and conversation. Students created thank you cards for the veterans and Cory Newmann, of Whitewater and an Iraq War veteran who serves in the Wisconsin Army National Guard as a major in […]

 
 

Lake Geneva FD receives Purple Angel designation

Lake Geneva FD receives Purple Angel designation

The Lake Geneva Fire Department was awarded the Purple Angel designation that signifies a dementia-friendly organization. Members of the fire department and emergency medical technicians participated in the first responders training provided by Bonnie Beam-Stratz of the Alzheimer’s Association and the Dementia Friendly Community Initiative-Walworth County. The award was presented […]

 
 

With respect and honor

With respect and honor

Veterans treated to special day at EAHS By Heather Ruenz Sln Staff The veterans entered the gymnasium at Elkhorn Area High School last Friday morning at varying paces. Some walked on their own accord, others with a cane or assistance while a few were pushed in wheelchairs – all of […]

 
 

Strong start

Strong start

The Chiefs dominated in hoops on Tuesday, defeating the Demons 69-27. Abby VandeBogart contributed 10 points in the road game at Burlington. Big Foot will host Brodhead tonight; tipoff is set for 7:15 p.m. See more photos in the Nov. 16 Times/Reporter. (Bob Mischka photo)

 
 

Lady Elks continue renaissance

By Chris Bennett Sports Correspondent The Elkhorn Area High School girls basketball team is in the midst of a renaissance that will, hopefully, continue through this season and seasons beyond. The program, moribund for years, returned to relevance in the Southern Lakes Conference and southeast Wisconsin last season under the […]

 
 

Delavan-Darien district moves forward after successful referendum

By Michael S. Hoey Correspondent The Delavan-Darien School District rode a wave of approvals by Wisconsin voters to increase their own property taxes to better fund their local education on Nov. 6 by passing a $2.8 million non-recurring referendum to exceed the state revenue caps for operating costs. According to […]

 
 

Badger girls look to compete with anyone, coach says

By Michael S. Hoey Correspondent The Badger High School girls basketball team are coming off a 15-8 season, 10-4 in the Southern Lakes Conference. The Badgers, who tied for third in the SLC, lost to Oconomowoc 59-48 in the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association regional final. Coach David Jooss said the […]

 
 

’13 The Musical’ in the Bay

’13 The Musical’ in the Bay

Community members are invited to see Williams Bay High School’s presentation of “13 The Musical” at 7 p.m., Friday at Saturday, Nov. 16 and 17. Above; Ericka Rath, Genevieve Paur (Lucy), Kylie Monroe (Kendra), Monica Paur, Caitlin Thies (Molly) and Addison Vlastnik (Cassie) act out a cheerleading practice scene in […]

 
 

A spoonful of talent

A spoonful of talent

Elkhorn Area High School will present Mary Poppins the Musical at 7 p.m., tonight and Saturday, Nov. 16 and 17 in the James A. Wehner Auditorium located at EAHS. Advanced tickets are $5 and can be purchased at the high school office or online at classmunity.com. Tickets can be purchased […]

 
 

WUSD Board OKs capital requests

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Whitewater Unified officials have given a green light to a pair of capital spending plans that will benefit two of the district’s elementary schools. The WUSD School Board on Oct. 22 voted to award Pewaukee-based Century Fence Company a $7,353 contract to replace a chain-link fence […]