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 […]


Lake Geneva man dies in Highway 11 crash

Enterprise office moves this week
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A Lake Geneva man was killed Tuesday when the truck he was driving collided with a semi on Highway 11 in the Town of Darien. Carlos R Cantu, 44, was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash, which happened about 50 feet east of Old Highway 89 at about […]


Chiefs question impetus of studying shared services

Town officials say board is ‘fact finding;’ no plans are proposed By Michael S. Hoey CORRESPONDENT The Town of Delavan has no plans to have the city take over its police department, town officials said last week. The town has begun talks with the City of Delavan about possible ways […]


Darien OKs funds for Village Hall planning

However, one trustee wonders how village will pay for project  By Michael S. Hoey CORRESPONDENT The Darien Village Board on Monday approved a resolution to cover the initial engineering and financial planning costs for a new village hall and police department building. The village has been planning to tear down […]


Delavan-Darien music teacher has compositions published

Tom May directs a group of elementary orchestra musicians at a Delavan-Darien all-district orchestra concert at Delavan-Darien High School.

  Two of Delavan-Darien School District elementary instrumental music teacher Tom May’s works will be published. The Hal Leonard Corp., the world’s largest publisher of print music, selected two of May’s original compositions, “Bowin’ the Blues” and “Treasure Quest” for publication. May teaches 190 fourth- and fifth-grade orchestra and band […]


Town Board approves asphalt plant

By Michael S. Hoey CORRESPONDENT The Delavan Town Board approved a temporary conditional use permit Jan. 22 for B.R. Amon and Sons to relocate its mobile asphalt plant to a bay pit at 2916 Elkhorn Road along Highway 67. The plant is for work connected to Highway 50 road improvements […]


Combining police, recreation services with city among village’s highlights

Board hears year in review for 2012 By Michael S. Hoey CORRESPONDENT Combining police and recreation services with the City of Delavan and planning for a new Village Hall and fire station are among the highlights of 2012 for the Village of Darien. Village Administrator Diana Dykstra wrote a year […]


Camp D-DHS

PHOTO BY Alexandrea Dahlstrom

Aydyn Jones (from left), 6, Dylan Jones, 4 and Angie Raya, all of Darien, get their authentic Rosebowl footballs signed by Bucky Badger during the intermission at the University of Wisconsin Varsity Band concert at the Delavan-Darien High School Sunday. The boys got their footballs when they attended the Rose […]


Delavan Rescue Squad to close at end of March

	The Delavan Rescue Squad, 1436 Mound Road, plans to close at the end of March after serving the city with paramedic services for 75 years.

City to consider options for replacing service By Michael S. Hoey CORRESPONDENT The Delavan Rescue Squad, which has served the City of Delavan and Town of Richmond since the early 1950s, will close March 31. Mayor Mel Nieuwenhuis read a statement from the Rescue Squad at the Jan. 14 Common […]


Sewer rate increase not related to city expenses

By Michael S. Hoey CORRESPONDENT An auditor has determined an increase in sewer rates to city residents is not because of higher city costs but additional costs to the city from the Walworth County Metropolitan Sewerage District. WalCoMet officials say the higher cost is because of an increase in the […]