Geneva Hospitality receives another contempt of court

By Bob Peryea CORRESPONDENT There will be another con-tempt of court hearing against Geneva Hospitality, the former management of the Cove Hotel. Chandra Webster, one of the two co-owners of Geneva Hospitality was held in contempt of court Jan. 18, pending she produce the Cove’s financial records over the last […]


Candyland Daddy Daughter Dance was a sweet time

Ninth time's a charm for Jeff Wolf and his daughter Autumn. Jeff has attended all nine of the dances with Autumn or his older daughter.

By Karen Bullock Correspondent Brookwood Parent Teacher Organization held the ninth annual Daddy Daughter Dance on last Friday. Jen Wydra chaired the committee with the help of Carrie Nowicke, Jamie Popenhagen, Ashley Metcalf and Telena Behrns. The group came up with the theme of Candyland for the dance. When the […]


Driver in shooting to appear in court

Three charged in Elkhorn drive-by that allegedly involved man later killed by deputy A preliminary hearing is scheduled for March 15 for an Illinois woman believed to be the driver in a drive-by shooting that involved an 18-year-old who was fatally shot by a sheriff’s deputy two days later. Sarah […]


District considers adding locations, days to 4K program

“We could completely change the program, take what we have and expand or any number of options. The most important part is we want to hear from the parents. We want all the input we can get and what works best for the families in the district.” – Delavan-Darien School […]


Town residents say no to sharing public safety services

  By Michael S. Hoey CORRESPONDENT Town of Delavan residents who attended a listening session last week about the possibility of sharing services with the City of Delavan said they’re not interested in combining public safety functions. About 50 people attended a meeting at Town Hall on Feb. 19 to […]


A wish that’s well-deserved

A wish that’s  well-deserved

East Troy boy, family get to cruise with Mickey Mouse By Vanessa Lenz SLN Staff As Jason Kendall packed the family van with his son’s go-to bags filled with medical supplies and oxygen on Feb. 13, he acknowledged what a big day it was for his family. The Kendalls were […]


Whitewater Depot grand re-opening set for April 28

Restored historic details, modern lighting, a new research office, and a new storage facility are all features of Whitewater’s newly restored historic depot building, home to the Whitewater Historical Society’s Depot Museum of Local History on Whitewater Street. The long-awaited renovation of the building was completed between July and December […]


Minneapolis Guitar Quartet to perform at Young Auditorium

Minneapolis Guitar Quartet to perform at Young Auditorium

Young Auditorium and Bramblett Chamber Series will present the Minneapolis Guitar Quartet at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 5 at Young Auditorium, 930 W. Main St. in Whitewater. The performance features a Sound Bites lecture/discussion at 6:30 p.m. in the main lobby and a reception and opportunity to meet the […]


UW-Whitewater to close freshman admissions early

Due to an increase in applications, the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater is closing admissions for new freshmen on April 1, a month earlier than planned. “Interest in UW-Whitewater is really high,” said Jeff Blahnik, director of admissions. “The number of new freshman applications is up more than five percent this year. […]


‘Worth it for many, many reasons’

‘Worth it for many, many reasons’

Local works toward a county ordinance to allow residential chickens By John Koski SLN Staff For Sara Adsit-Smith, raising chickens in her backyard is more than just having a ready source of fresh eggs for a morning omelet or for making a batch of chocolate chip cookies for her family. […]