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Big Foot students National Merit semifinalists

Big Foot students National Merit semifinalists

Big Foot High School seniors Isabel Kinerk and Alexander Laing are among 16,000 semifinalists in the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program. The National Merit Scholarship Corp. recently announced the names the semifinalists in the 63rd annual National Merit Scholarship Program. These academically talented high school seniors have an opportunity to […]

 
 

Fixing the road

DOT planning repairs to Highway 20 in village By Tracy Ouellette SLN Staff Wisconsin Department of Transportation Program Engineer Tom Longton told the East Troy Village Board the DOT is making the repair work on the section of Highway 20 in the village a priority at Monday night’s meeting. Longton […]

 
 

Touched by a Paw displaced by fire

Touched by a Paw displaced by fire

  By Ryan Spoehr SLN STAFF After a fire next to the Touched by a Paw cat shelter earlier this month, operations have been moved to smaller quarters. The cats, aside from a few that are still being treated at a local veterinary hospital, are being housed in a much […]

 
 

Medplast, Frank’s help hurricane victims

Medplast, Frank’s help hurricane victims

Local company, grocery store collect items for Puerto Rico By Heather Ruenz SLN staff Medplast of Elkhorn, a custom rubber molding manufacturer in the medical device industry, has teamed up with Frank’s Piggly Wiggly to help the victims of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. “Medplast has a sister company in […]

 
 

A frightening good time

A frightening good time

Halloween Bash set for Oct. 26 East Troy High School, 3128 Graydon Ave., will host the 12th annual Halloween Bash from 5 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 26. Children 10 and younger, along with their parents, are invited to trick or treat through the school. The event will feature […]

 
 

Elkhorn man sentenced for child enticement, porn

Judge says churchgoer used Christianity to ‘commit evil’ By Vicky Wedig SLN staff A judge sentenced an Elkhorn man last week to a stiffer sentence than the prosecutor recommended, saying he believed the man sexually assaulted a girl despite pleading guilty to a lesser charge of enticement. Walworth County Circuit […]

 
 

City grapples with impact of state biennium budget

    By Dave Fidlin CORRESPONDENT The after-effects of Gov. Scott Walker’s recently minted state 2017-19 biennium budget have resulted in a series of ripple effects in the City of Whitewater as the 2018 municipal budget is being assembled. City Manager Cameron Clapper, who presented a cursory overview of next […]

 
 

Erbert and Gerbert’s establishes 2nd Whitewater location

Erbert and Gerbert’s establishes 2nd Whitewater location

    By Ryan Spoehr SLN STAFF Sub sandwich chain Erbert and Gerbert’s has taken an aggressive approach to marketing to college students, particularly in Whitewater, as it has opened its second location on the city’s university campus. Erbert and Gerbert’s opened the location in September on University of Wisconsin-Whitewater […]

 
 

Rauland to speak at Historical Society program

The Historical Society of Walworth and Big Foot Prairie will feature businessman Robert Rauland at its fall meeting at 7 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 26. The program will be on the History of the Rauland and Cooper Families and the Rauland Agency, Inc. Robert Rauland has been a resident of Walworth […]

 
 

Christian Arts Centre to present ‘Honk! Jr.’

Christian Arts Centre to present ‘Honk! Jr.’

The Christian Arts Centre of Chapel on the Hill Community Church will present the youth production “Honk! Jr.” Oct. 20, 21 and 22. “Honk! Jr.” is a musical by Anthony Drew and George Stiles and is a musical adaptation of the classic tale, “The Ugly Duckling.” The production is directed […]

 
 
 
 
 

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