Author Archive: Heather Perkins

RICHARD P. MEREDITH

Richard “Dick” Paul Meredith, 87, passed away Sept. 19, 2018, at Agrace Hospice and Palliative Care in Janesville. He was born at home in Evansville on April 15, 1931, to Richard and Margaret (nee Finnane) Meredith. Dick graduated from Evansville High School class of 1949. He proudly served in the […]

 
 

LORRAINE M. MILLIS

LORRAINE M. MILLIS

      Lorraine Margaret Millis, 91, of Whitewater, passed away Sept. 15, 2018, at Sunset Ridge Assisted Living in Jefferson. Lorraine was born on Oct. 3, 1927, the daughter of Hector and Irene Fraser. After completing high school, Lorraine attended the Art Institute in Milwaukee. On Feb. 17, 1951, Lorraine married […]

 
 

DOROTHY NORTHEY

Dorothy Gladys (Foerster) Northey, 98, of Pleasant Valley, passed away peacefully in her home on Sept. 18, 2018, surrounded by her loving family. Dorothy was born on Jan. 7, 1920, on the family farm on Lundt Road, near Rome, to Marie Nelson and Paul Foerster. Dorothy attended Palmyra High School […]

 
 

Lady Elks finish strong

By Chris Bennett Sports Correspondent    The Elks finished the Southern Lakes Conference regular season with victories in two of their final three dual meets. The Elks beat Westosha Central and Wilmot and lost by 10 strokes to Waterford. Coach Mark Malvitz said the Elks’ two victories pushed the team’s SLC […]

 
 

Businesses display work of area artists

A number of businesses in the Geneva Lakes area are displaying exhibits by local artists during September. The work of the following Geneva Lake Arts Foundation members will be on display at these locations: Alice Winn, the Lake Geneva Public Library, 918 W. Main St., Lake Geneva; Marty Carney, Lily […]

 
 

Chamber meets at Gage’s new Pier 292

Chamber meets at Gage’s new Pier 292

Luncheon meeting features guest speaker from DOT By Penny Gruetzmacher Correspondent The Geneva Lake West Chamber of Commerce held its recent luncheon meeting at Pier 292, a private meeting room next to Pier 290, above Gage Marine. David Barnett, chamber president, opened the Sept. 5 meeting with greetings and remarks […]

 
 

Seasonal artist at work

Seasonal artist at work

      Natalie Rodriguez, 4, of Delavan, puts the final touches on a pumpkin she decorated during Scarecrow Fest on Sept. 15. She added a note, “Go away, squirrels,” aimed at the critters she said nibbled on her pumpkin last year. See more photos in the Sept. 20 Delavan Enterprise. (Penny […]

 
 

Community State Bank opens relocated Lake Geneva branch

Community State Bank opens relocated Lake Geneva branch

Community State Bank relocated its Lake Geneva office to 200 Interchange North. The newly updated office is near Geneva Square and opened for business Sept. 4. The new location includes additional office space, a meeting room and full service teller line. It also features a drive-thru, automated teller machine, safe […]

 
 

Highway 67 construction project in final stage

Beginning this week, the final layer of asphalt paving was slated to begin on the Highway 67 road construction project that stretches from Highway 50 just north of Williams Bay, to Elkhorn. The paving schedule is set for a two-week window, weather permitting, according to Matthew Smith, with the Department […]

 
 

OTTO J. PROBST

Otto J. “Sam” Probst, 98, died Sept. 17, 2018, at his home. Otto was born in Broadhead on Nov. 22, 1919, to Joseph and Martha (Barth) Probst. Otto is a veteran of World War II and served as a medic in the China-Burma-India Theater with Dr. Gordon Seagrave’s medical unit. […]