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EAHS athlete invited to compete in Australia

EAHS athlete invited to compete in Australia

Sponsors sought to cover the cost of the trip Tyler Daehn from Elkhorn Area High School has been invited to represent Wisconsin on the 2017 Wisconsin Central Conference Track and Field Team. He will depart for Queensland, Australia on July 2 to compete down under for individual honors and a […]

 
 

Elkhorn Common Council approves ski team schedule

By Kellen Olshefski Correspondent The City of Elkhorn Common Council voted unanimously in favor of approving the LAS Water Ski Show Team’s six show dates and practices on Elkhorn Lake at Babe Mann Park, as well as an indemnification agreement with the team, at its meeting May 15. The topic […]

 
 

Working (and playing) at the car wash

Working (and playing) at the car wash

Members of the Elkhorn Area High School Community Impact Club, a new community service club at the school this year, work (and play) at a car wash May 13 to raise money for Agape House. The students rotated between working and holding signs near the school’s entrance and downtown. Shown […]

 
 

Special dedication

Special dedication

Frank Eames, the former third generation owner of the Elkhorn Independent newspaper, speaks to guests, including his wife, Pat, daughter, Sandy Bleser, Doris Reinke, Marian Cleary, Earl Hodek and Marlene Hoag, at the May 13 dedication of a room at Heritage Hall bearing the paper’s name. (Heather Ruenz photo)

 
 

Local boating safety courses offered

Successful completion of a boating safety course accepted by the Wisconsin DNR is required for anyone born on or after January 1, 1989 (and at least 12 years of age) who wishes to operate a personal watercraft (PWC, which includes jet-skis, wave-runners etc.) or wishes to operate a motorized boat […]

 
 

Cancer Assault Challenge to benefit MACC Fund

Cancer Assault Challenge to benefit MACC Fund

Popular 5K mud run celebrating its fifth year The Cancer Assault Challenge team is “proud and excited to announce that once again the MACC Fund will be the beneficiary of the annual fundraiser.” Proceeds from the Cancer Assault Challenge’s 5K mud run will benefit the MACC Fund and help support […]

 
 

Committee recommends $650,000 in projects

By Kellen Olshefski Correspondent The City of Elkhorn Municipal Services and Utilities Committee opted in favor of recommending the City Council vote in favor of approving a $650,000 funding level for 2017 street maintenance projects at its meeting May 8. Previously, City Finance Director James Heilman had been directed to […]

 
 

‘Stars and Stripes’ ballet to honor 9/11 anniversary

‘Stars and Stripes’ ballet to honor 9/11 anniversary

Each show will offer 100 free tickets to area veterans By Heather Ruenz SLN staff Each spring, Toe to Toe Ballet School in Elkhorn produces an originally choreographed ballet, school owner Colleen Huberty said. Previous ballets performed include: “Peter Pan,” “Coppelia,” “Rodeo,” “The Wizard of Oz” and “Alice in Wonderland.” […]

 
 

Elkhorn police investigate suspicious fires

The Elkhorn Police Department is currently investigating several suspicious fires within the city. Over the past two months the police and fire departments have responded to suspicious fires at the following locations, according to a press release from the Elkhorn Police Department: 1 W. Walworth St. for a dumpster fire […]

 
 

Open House today in Elkhorn

The Elkhorn community will participate in the statewide Open House event Saturday for the second year. The event has nearly doubled in size, featuring 150 unique venues in more than 20 communities for 2017. These venues, many of which are typically closed to the public, is open free of charge […]

 
 
 
 
 

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