Author Archive: Heather Perkins

‘Movin’ to End Abuse’ fundraiser planned

As part of Domestic Violence Awareness month, New Beginnings APFV is hosting a virtual fundraiser, Victory Over Violence: Movin’ to End Abuse. The event will be held over the last two weeks in October (18-31.) Participants will be asked to find sponsors to support them as they perform any physical […]

 
 

Cupcake War nets sweet results for Studio 84

Cupcake War nets sweet results for Studio 84

Studio 84’s recent Chocolate Affair: Cupcake War competition was a sweet treat for ticker-holders and the nonprofit art studio. The annual Cupcake War event celebrates chocolate and the art of baking while raising money for Studio 84, which specializes in the creative development of people with disabilities. Eight bakers entered […]

 
 

Fall into fall with fun, family activities

Fall into fall with fun, family activities

Corn maze, haunted hayrides among area’s offerings Pearce’s Farm Stand in Walworth is, once again, offering its corn maze for kids of all ages to enjoy this autumn. Admission to the corn maze is $8 for adults and $6 for kids age 5 to 12. The 12-acre maze is open […]

 
 

DOROTHY STAMM

DOROTHY STAMM

      Dorothy “Dot” Stamm completed the circle of life on Oct. 12, 2020. She was born April 15, 1922, to the late Alma and George Kruse in Des Plaines, Ill. Dorothy was active in band and music in her youth. The association with music continued through most of her life. […]

 
 

DAVID R. BEHRENS

DAVID R. BEHRENS

      David R. Behrens, 71, of Delavan, passed away on Oct. 9, 2020, at his home in Delavan. He was born in Elmhurst, Ill., on Sept. 25, 1949, to Arnold and Ruth (Wagner) Behrens. David proudly served in the U.S. Army. He was united in marriage to Peggy Jo Martin […]

 
 

Elks celebrate homecoming

Elks celebrate homecoming

Members of the Elkhorn Area High School Color Guard twirl flags during last Friday’s annual Homecoming parade in downtown Elkhorn. The football team defeated Westosha Central 46-41, the first victory since new coach Todd Ghilani took over. See more parade photos and coverage from the game, along with other EAHS […]

 
 

Elkhorn Fire Department seeks community support

Informational sessions to be held on $1.63 million referendum By Kellen Olshefski Correspondent The Elkhorn Area Fire Department is hosting three upcoming informational sessions regarding the $1.63 million referendum that appears on the Nov. 3 presidential election ballot. Informational sessions will be held at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 13; at […]

 
 

County veterans’ office moves to HHS building

The Walworth County Veterans Service Office is moving to the new County Health and Human Services Building on Highway NN Oct. 23 as part of the Walworth County’s ongoing efforts to improve services to veterans and their families. The new and modern-equipped building houses the all of the county’s Department […]

 
 

Painting at Delavan library restored

Painting at Delavan library restored

Piece by Ada W. Shulz bright again thanks to donation This past year, one of the beloved Aram Public Library paintings, “Child and Red Pullet” by Ada W. Shulz, was restored through a donation from the Blooming Prairie Questers of the Delavan area. The library displays a collection of works […]

 
 

MICHAEL QUINTANILLA

MICHAEL QUINTANILLA

      Michael Quintanilla-loving father, grandfather and brother, passed away on Oct. 4, at approximately 2:20 pm in his home. Michael was a lifelong Delavan resident of proud Mexican heritage. He was born the middle child of the late Rebecca Quintanilla (Rendon) and Catarino Quintanilla II on Nov. 17, 1959. Michael […]