Author Archive: Heather Perkins

Officials review Whitewater’s financial history

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Before looking ahead, Whitewater’s municipal leaders are looking back. As a preamble to the heavy lifting of reviewing Whitewater’s 2015 city budget, three officials — City Manager Cameron Clapper, Finance Director Doug Saubert and Management Analyst Molly Parrish — prepared a review of Whitewater’s financial activity […]

 
 

Volleyball team looks to end first half with win

Volleyball team looks to end first half with win

Tennis team gets by Jefferson; swimmers perfect at 3-0 By Adam Knoll SPORTS CORRESPONDENT The Whitewater High School volleyball team had a challenging week, losing two straight matches in straight sets, one to Evansville and the other to East Troy. At the Brodhead tournament last week, the Whippets defeated Evansville […]

 
 

Kick in some money for WHS soccer program

Fundraising effort for facility improvements feature personalized tiles The Whitewater High School Soccer program, Whitewater Community Foundation and Jeff Behrens, WHS athletic director, recently announced a $30,000 fundraising campaign for the high school’s soccer complex in honor of the program’s 20th anniversary. The focus of the fundraising campaign will be […]

 
 

Runners competing and finishing strong

Runners competing and finishing strong

  By Adam Knoll Sports Correspondent The Whitewater High School cross country team competed Sept. 6 at Marshall High School during a rare weekday meet that saw the Lady Whippets again running strong, placing four runners in the top 20. Sarah Ziolkowski paced the team with a second place overall […]

 
 

Tie and a win for Whippets soccer

Tie and a win for Whippets soccer

  By Adam Knoll Sports Correspondent The Whitewater High School boys soccer team traveled to Evansville Sept. 16 for a contest against one of the two teams leading the Rock Valley South Conference. The Whippets opened with the first goal of the match, coming from Mark Cuevas scored in the […]

 
 

Heart of community shines brightly

Heart of community shines brightly

 2nd Annual Discover Whitewater Series event deemed a success By Heather Ruenz Editor From the increase in participants and volunteers, to members of the National Guard making the trek in turnout gear, to a local woman who was able to complete the race without leg braces for the first time, […]

 
 

JAMES A. STEURER SR.

James Albert Steurer Sr., 79, of Delavan, passed away at his home on Sept. 22, 2014, surrounded by his family. He was born in Marengo, Ill., on Dec. 17, 1934, to Albert and Lexie (Marsh) Steurer. James was united in marriage to Virginia Cooper on Feb. 23, 1952, at Our […]

 
 

SARAH JO MATTHEWS

Sara Jo Matthews, 63, passed away peacefully listening to her favorite music on Sept. 19, 2014, at the Lutheran Social Services Glen Assisted Living, Whitewater. Sara Jo was born on July 19, 1951, in Janesville to Lois and Leon Matthews. She lived in the Lake Geneva area for most of […]

 
 

LORENA ANN (LESTER) HOLMAN

Lorena Ann (Lester) Holman, 83, passed away peacefully at her home on Sept. 16, 2014. Lorena was born on Jan. 2, 1931, in Gays Mills, the daughter of Earl and Thurley Lester. Lorena enjoyed being part of a large family and growing up on a farm in the Gays Mills […]

 
 

GREGORY A. DOSTAL

Gregory A. Dostal, 59, of Blue Heron Drive, Whitewater, died at his home on Sept. 17. He was born July 8, 1955 in Rice Lake, the son of the late Gus and Edna (Nelson) Dostal. He was formerly married to Cynthia Koch. Greg was proud of his career of over […]