Author Archive: Heather Ruenz

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Elks baseball opens with split By Chris Bennett Sports correspondent The Elks took the lead in the bottom of the sixth and beat Westosha Central 7-6 April 10 in a Southern Lakes Conference high school baseball game at Elkhorn. Central returned the favor and beat the Elks 5-4 in walk-of […]

 
 

Beekeeper to present program at Lion’s Field House

Beekeeper Kristine Karlson, of Elkhorn, will present a program about honeybees at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 24 at the Lion’s Field House in Williams Bay. For as long as Karlson can remember, she has loved honeybees. She said as a young girl, she hummed and danced along with the foraging […]

 
 

‘Tis the season?

‘Tis the season?

Siblings (from the left) Jacob Mountford, Kate Flitcroft and Cole Flitcroft, and the family’s dog, Max, stand in front of the giant snowman they built April 15 in front of their home in Sugar Creek, outside of Elkhorn. The project, which was Kate’s idea according to their mom, took three […]

 
 

Returning to the spotlight

Returning to the spotlight

Hundreds support Sharon Community School musical The Sharon Community School’s production of School House Rocks Live Jr. was a huge success, according to school officials. The school has not done a musical in many years so this was the first attempt in some time. In total, 23 actors and a […]

 
 

Chiefs softball team creative with practices

Chiefs softball team creative with practices

By Dan Truttschel Sports correspondent This isn’t exactly the kind of start first-year Big Foot softball coach Troy Hummel had hoped for. And it has nothing to do with how things are progressing on the field. It’s all about Mother Nature – but the Chiefs certainly aren’t alone. The winter […]

 
 

In this week’s Times/Reporter…

In this week’s Times/Reporter…

• Williams Bay High School band and choir students take in the sights and sounds of the big city with a spring break trip to New York City. Read a recap from instrumental music director Nate Weirick and see a group photo taken in Times Square; • First National Bank […]

 
 

Gateway Tech to host ‘Celebrate Earth Day’ event

Gateway Technical College will spotlight the environment at its annual “Celebrate Earth Day” event Saturday with fun, hands-on activities for all ages to learn how to be stewards of the environment. The event will be held 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., April 21 at Gateway’s Elkhorn Campus, 400 County Rd. […]

 
 

Opinion: Spring sports, sleet and snow don’t mix

By Dan Truttschel Correspondent This never-ending winter weather is taking its toll on all of us. Looking out my window last weekend was another exercise in deepening my six-month depression. After all, I checked the calendar and Monday was Tax Day, which unless the yearly painful deadline had changed, happens […]

 
 

Chiefs soccer team boasts strong roster

Chiefs soccer team boasts strong roster

By Dan Truttschel Sports correspondent The Big Foot-Williams Bay girls soccer team has its sights set on some lofty goals this spring. And it appears the Chiefs have every reason to believe they can reach those. Big Foot returns 10 letterwinners, including six who earned All-Rock Valley Conference honors a […]

 
 

New youth soccer program comes to Walworth County

SC Waukesha is pleased to announce that it has created a new satellite program to serve Walworth County and the surrounding areas. The new program, SCW Walworth, has commenced operations and will begin play in the 2018/2019 season. “We are very excited to provide a high-quality, inclusive soccer program for […]

 
 
 
 
 

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