Author Archive: Heather Perkins

JEROME W. KOETTERHAGEN

JEROME W. KOETTERHAGEN

      Jerome W. Koetterhagen, age 65, of Salem, passed away peacefully at his home on Thursday May 17, 2018. He was born in Waterford, to William “Bill” and Arline (nee Stark) Koetterhagen. He spent his early life in Waterford and Elkhorn where he was a graduate of Elkhorn High School. […]

 
 

RONALD F. YAKE

RONALD F. YAKE

      Dr. Ronald Favorite Yake, of Fontana, passed away May 17, 2018, at his home in Fontana. Ronald Favorite Yake was born Aug. 3, 1935, in Huntington, Ind., to Herbert Jennings and Helen (Favorite) Yake. Dr. Ronald F. Yake, M.D., was a singular man, he served as a meat inspector […]

 
 

Showing their support

Showing their support

      Hundreds of people came out April 28 to support Agape House for Girls through its annual 5K Run, Walk, Stroll. Participants make their way down Main Street on the first lap of the route. (Heather Ruenz photo)  

 
 

Public Works garage site discussed

City seeking proposals for environmental assessment By Kellen Olshefski Correspondent At a special council meeting on April 30, the City of Elkhorn Common Council opted in favor of getting at least two proposals for an environmental assessment of the land the current Public Works garage sits on with the hope […]

 
 

Badger track teams take second at Walworth County Invitational

By Michael S. Hoey Correspondent The Badger High School track teams finished second at the Walworth County Invitational in Elkhorn on May 8. The Badger girls finished second with 161 points behind only Elkhorn’s 179. Hope Ayres-Schulz had a big day finishing first in the 100-meter hurdles (17.18), second in […]

 
 

Softball wins back-to-back games against East Troy

Comets beat Westosha in one game of double-header By Kevin Cunningham Correspondent The Delavan-Darien High School softball team was 2-6 overall going into the week of April 30 and had four games to play on the schedule over five days. The Comets first played Burlington at home on May 1 […]

 
 

Big Foot student awarded FFA scholarship

Amelia Hayden, of Big Foot FFA, is among 43 Wisconsin FFA members to receive 2018 post-secondary scholarships from the Wisconsin FFA Foundation. Hayden was awarded the Walter and Delores Bjoraker endowment. Members from 35 chapters received $31,017 in scholarships. Recipients will be recognized at the 89th Wisconsin FFA Convention in […]

 
 

A little change goes a long way

A little change goes a long way

      Members of the Jackson Elementary School Student Council present a check to the officers of Hope Now, Inc. recently. When the council learned more about what Hope Now does for the local community, they encouraged all of the students and staff at Jackson Elementary to bring quarters and loose […]

 
 

Badgers get wins over Waterford

By Michael S. Hoey Correspondent The Badger High School softball team defeated Waterford 8-4 at home on May 8. The win avenged a 6-4 loss in Waterford on April 12. Badger scored all eight of its runs in the first two innings and then hung on behind the pitching of […]

 
 

Comets split with Elks

By Michael S. Hoey Correspondent The Delavan-Darien baseball team split two games with Elkhorn last week. An invitational in Edgerton on Saturday was rained out. The Comets beat the Elks 7-1 on May 8 at home to earn their first Southern Lakes Conference win. Noal Brouwer pitched six shut-out innings […]

 
 
 
 
 

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