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This week in the East Troy News…

This week in the East Troy News…

The East Troy Community School District has released it’s revamped curriculum, read how the teachers and administration worked on the new standards in this week’s newspaper. Also in the News/Times, the Village of East Troy and Bielinski Homes have agreed on a timeline and process to repair the roads in […]

 
 

Come on in, the door’s open

Come on in, the door’s open

Chief of police, deputy settle into new positions By Tracy Ouellette SLN Staff The new police chief and deputy chief in the Village of East Troy are busy getting accustomed to their new roles, but still found time to answer a few questions about who they are and what they […]

 
 

Getting a new look

Getting a new look

High school student designs library’s new logo By Tracy Ouellette SLN Staff The East Troy Lions Public Library has been revamping its website and as part of the project, graphic arts students from East Troy High School were invited to design and submit a logo for the library. High school […]

 
 

Time to make a dam decision?

Village Board has one month to decide on grant application By Tracy Ouellette SLN staff Even though the Village of East Troy has been granted an extension to repair or remove the East Troy Dam, the Village Board was informed at its Jan. 15 meeting, it will need to make […]

 
 

This week in the East Troy News…

This week in the East Troy News…

With the grant application deadline looming to request Department of Natural Resources money to assist with either the repair or removal of the East Troy Dam, the Village Board had a tough decision to make. Read about this and other local news in this week’s edition of the East Troy […]

 
 

Restoring the prairie

Restoring the prairie

Area families committed to preserving their fen By Tracy Ouellette SLN Staff Two families who live on the Pickerel Lake Fen in the East Troy area are working hard to restore the land to its pre-settlement condition and recently donated large property easements to a land conservation organization to ensure […]

 
 

Help restore former Chapman Hills Girl Scout Camp

Join the Nature Conservancy from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Jan. 20, for its first volunteer work day to begin restoration at the former Chapman Hills Girl Scout Camp, the newest segment of the conservancy’s Crooked Creek Preserve northwest of East Troy. The conservancy recently acquired the 107-acre former […]

 
 

Brunch on Broadway Saturday at St. James

The East Troy High School choir will host its fourth annual Brunch on Broadway on Saturday, Jan. 20, at St. James United Methodist Church, 2945 Main St., East Troy. The first show will be at 10 a.m. and the second show at 11:30 a.m. Food for the brunch was donated […]

 
 

This week in the East Troy News…

This week in the East Troy News…

East Troy’s eTREC robotics team qualified for the state championship at the Jan. 7 FIRST Tech Challenge regional qualifier. Read about how the students prepared for the competition season in this week’s East Troy News. Also in this week’s edition, Lynch & Associates is moving its engineering firm to downtown […]

 
 

Man charged with eighth OWI in East Troy

By Vicky Wedig SLN Staff An initial appearance was adjourned until Jan. 9 for a California man charged with an eighth drunken-driving offense in the Town of East Troy. Daniel Roman Bialk, 50, of San Diego, was charged Jan. 3 in Walworth County Circuit Court with operating while intoxicated, eighth […]

 
 
 
 
 

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