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Delavan residents stand behind their turkey

Delavan residents stand behind their turkey

Post office won’t deliver mail to neighborhood By Vicky Wedig SLN Staff To North Fifth Street residents, the turkey who has wandered the neighborhood since it was born and abandoned there is one of their own. He attracts paparazzi of sorts – locals who stop to take pictures; has his […]

 
 

After a change of mind, Anderson runs as write-in

After a change of mind, Anderson runs as write-in

By Bob Peryea Correspondent Jerry Anderson, alderman for District 1 in Elkhorn, wasn’t going to run for office again, but when no one else stepped up, he felt he needed to make sure the people of his district were well-represented.   Anderson is running as a write-in candidate for another […]

 
 

‘Zombie Prom’

‘Zombie Prom’

Miss Strict, played by Delavan-Darien High School senior Sarah Kieffer, belts out the last few notes of “Rules, Regulations, and Respect,” during the D-DHS production of “Zombie Prom.” (Kyle Forster photo)

 
 

Residents voice opinions on proposed county park

Acquiring 195 acres along White River in Town of Lyons would cost $1.91 million By Kellen Olshefski SLN Staff A public information session Monday evening provided a room packed with county residents an opportunity to voice their opinions about the potential acquisition of 194.5 acres in the Town of Lyons […]

 
 

Always a silver lining

The East Troy High School girls basketball team celebrates the school’s first second place finish at state during their second straight trip to the WIAA Division 3 tournament. (Eric Kramer photo)

East Troy girls come home with best finish in school history By Dan Truttschel Correspondent In a matter of a few seconds Saturday afternoon, the East Troy girls basketball team’s emotions went from elation to pure heartbreak. And it was the latter that will take some time to overcome. East […]

 
 

New coach to take over WHS football program

New coach to take over WHS football program

By David Paulsen Correspondent A first-year special education teacher at Whitewater High School has been named the new head football coach at WHS. Anthoni Parr, who started teaching at WHS this past fall, and also served as an assistant football coach this past season, will replace Ben Cooper. Cooper resigned […]

 
 

‘It’s all about making people comfortable’

‘It’s all about making people comfortable’

Whitewater nurse meets residents’ needs in a variety of ways By John Koski SLN Staff  Judy Boyd spends a lot of alone time in her office at Lakeland Health Care Center. It’s just one of several ways that she helps meet the needs of the facility’s residents. The Whitewater resident […]

 
 

East Troy Fourth celebration expanded to five days

By Jennifer Bradley Correspondent   While it’s still four months away, excitement is already building for East Troy’s Lions Club annual Fourth of July Celebration. The East Troy Village Board heard all the details of this year’s festivities during its meeting Monday night. Representatives from the Lions Club announced, since Independence […]

 
 

Easter Bunny to dive into East Troy March 31

Sky Knights Sport Parachute Club will hold its annual free Easter Egg Hunt and Bunny Jump on Sunday, March 31 at East Troy Municipal Airport, 2085 County L. Refreshments and free photos with the Easter Bunny begin at noon. The Bunny Jump is scheduled for about 1 p.m.; weather permitting, […]

 
 

Walworth Photographer to speak at art meeting

Walworth Photographer to speak at art meeting

Local photographer and Geneva Lake Art Association member Les Crisman of Walworth will be the guest presenter at the March members meeting on Thursday, March 28, at 7 p.m. in the GLAA Gallery. Crisman will discuss basic digital photography, camera settings and techniques used to capture images in his own […]