Whitewater

He knew everybody, everybody knew him

Family, friends share memories of hard-working, easygoing Clayton Friedl By Todd Mishler Copy editor Clayton Friedl didn’t earn the nickname of “Mr. Whitewater” from sitting around and spinning yarns. However, some of his friends and/or former customers might agree to differ, at least occasionally. Friedl and his buddies from the […]

 
 

Whitewater’s annual celebration begins

Whitewater’s annual celebration begins

  Whitewater and area communities gear up for Fourth of July activities Southern Lakes residents won’t have many difficulties in finding a great location to celebrate the Fourth of July holiday. Even if their municipality doesn’t have anything on the docket, celebrations are planned throughout the region. And with the […]

 
 

Breakfast Club birthday

Breakfast Club birthday

      The Kiwanis Whitewater Breakfast Club celebrated its 40th birthday June 12 with a special visit from, left to right, charter members Russell Saunders, Roderick Dalee, Jerome Laurent, Russell Devitt and Ed Thele. The picnic took place at the Kiwanis shelter at Starin Park. Attendees included Circle K members from […]

 
 

Cravath Lakefront site for fun on Thursday nights this summer

Area residents are asked to grab their favorite lawn chairs for the upcoming Cravath Lakefront entertainment series on Thursday nights. Parking is free for the concerts and family-friendly events that start at 7 p.m.            Here is this summer’s remaining lineup from the Whitewater Parks & Recreation Department: July 12, […]

 
 

Market time

Market time

The Whitewater City Market, established in 2015, is set up in the Cravath Lakefront Park area from 4 to 7 p.m. Tuesdays from May 1 through Oct. 30. It brings area farmers, artisans, food carts and the community together and free music, kids’ activities and more than 50 vendors, on […]

 
 

Cost could determine when City of Whitewater undertakes housing study

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Whitewater officials remain supportive of a study assessing the city’s current and future housing needs, but one important sticking point — cost — could play a role in determining when the endeavor is explored. Housing stock — particularly single-family — has been a common talking point […]

 
 

Faithful service

Faithful service

Lisa Otterbacher prepares to turn the next page after serving 28 years in Whitewater police department By Todd Mishler Copy Editor “I’m not sure what planted the seed, but there was never a question in my mind,” Lisa Otterbacher said about deciding to become a cop at age 7. “I […]

 
 

Warhawks, Fairhaven have first-ever ‘Afternoon of Fun with Warhawk Athletes’

Warhawks, Fairhaven have first-ever ‘Afternoon of Fun with Warhawk Athletes’

By Tom Ganser CORRESPONDENT Friday the 13th of April proved to be a good luck day for more than 50 University of Wisconsin-Whitewater students and residents of Fairhaven Senior Services as they gathered together for the first “Afternoon of Fun with Warhawk Athletes.” Fifty-five UW-Whitewater student athletes from volleyball, gymnastics, […]

 
 

This week in the Whitewater Register …

This week in the Whitewater Register …

In this week’s Whitewater Register, news coverage includes … – UW-Whitewater, Fairhaven have first-ever ‘Afternoon of Fun with Warhawk Athletes’ – The Whitewater McDonald’s expected to be renovated – Whitewater residents perform in the Lake Geneva Symphony Orchestra

 
 

Concert features Whitewater residents

Concert features Whitewater residents

By Tom Ganser Correspondent The Lake Geneva Symphony Orchestra concert at Calvary Community Church in Williams Bay on April 14 featured performances by Whitewater resident Josh Barrett on trumpet and his son, Nathan Barrett, a 2015 graduate of Whitewater High School, playing trombone. In addition, Lauren Hayes, a 2010 graduate […]