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Historical Society’s season starts Sunday

The Walworth County Historical Society began its season last month and will offer programs through December. Programs will be presented at a new time – 3 p.m. –this season in an attempt to accommodate more people’s schedules. At 1 p.m. April 15, the Historical Society will host a special memorial […]

 
 

Harms calls it a career

Harms calls it a career

State, regional championships part of 18-year tenure By Troy Sparks Correspondent Judy Harms has been known for taking passion to the basketball court as the Whitewater Unified High School girls basketball coach, and she has overseen growth, development and maturity of young women on the Whippets’ court. Harms is stepping […]

 
 

Fur and Feather Swap today

The 22nd annual Walworth County Fur and Feather Swap is set for 7 to 10 a.m. today at the Walworth County Fairgrounds in Elkhorn. The event connects vendors and buyers with small animals, equipment and crafts. A lunch stand is available inside the heated activity center. General admission to the […]

 
 

This week in the East Troy News…

This week in the East Troy News…

Outgoing East Troy School Board members Martha Bresler and Sue Frohling are honored for their service at Monday night’s board meeting. At the meeting, the board also listened to residents’ concerns about the proposed cut to the elementary schools art teacher position. Also in this week’s edition, the Off the […]

 
 

EAHS to present Les Misérables

EAHS to present Les Misérables

Performance to be reviewed for Tommy Awards By Heather Ruenz SLN staff In what director Lisa Dettman-Webb describes as “adult-themed,” Elkhorn Area High School will present Les Misérables, the school edition, this weekend at the James A. Wehner Auditorium. The musical will be performed at 7 p.m., Friday, April 13 […]

 
 

Walworth MS to present ‘Into the Woods, Jr.’

Walworth MS to present ‘Into the Woods, Jr.’

Walworth Middle School will present “Into the Woods, Jr.” tonight and tomorrow. Both performances will be at 6:30 p.m. Tickets can be purchased at the door. The cost is $5 for adults and $3 for children. “The students have been working hard since January to prepare this delightful show. The […]

 
 

In this week’s Times/Reporter…

In this week’s Times/Reporter…

• The local Exemplar Financial office is in its fifth year of sending monetary gifts to clients in a program that encourages kindness; • Walworth Middle School will present ‘Into the Woods, Jr.’ this weekend; • The Historical Society of Walworth and Big Foot is gearing up for a buffet […]

 
 

In this week’s Independent…

In this week’s Independent…

• The Elkhorn Common Council votes in favor of amending the city’s alcohol ordinance to more clearly define the period a business is required to be open to the public to receive a license; • Elkhorn Area High School will present Les Misérables April 13 and 14 in the James […]

 
 

Volunteers needed for trail association’s spring clean up

Volunteers needed for trail association’s spring clean up

The Southern Kettle Moraine Horse Trail Association is coordinating a trail cleanup on Saturday, April 28, from 10 a.m. to noon at Horseriders Campground, 714 S. 3rd St., Palmyra. “Interested parties are encouraged to dress for the weather and take gloves, rakes, shovels and/or tree loppers to assist in spring […]

 
 

Students perform preview concert for NYC trip

Students perform preview concert for NYC trip

By Penny Gruetzmacher Correspondent Williams Bay High School presented a NYC preview concert March 27. It opened with the school’s jazz band under the direction of Nathan Weirick. They performed, “You Don’t Know what Love Is,” featuring Evan Rees on trombone, followed by “Simba Ti Kaye,” featuring Natasha Trush on […]

 
 
 
 
 

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