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Elkhorn couple killed in crash Tuesday

Elkhorn couple killed in crash Tuesday

It occurred near Sterlingworth Drive in LaGrange An Elkhorn couple was killed and a man and teenager were injured in a crash yesterday afternoon in the Town of LaGrange. The two-car, head-on crash on highways 12 and 67, just south of Sterlingworth Drive, happened at about 4:25 p.m. Tuesday, according […]

 
 

Elkhorn scouts attend Lincoln Pilgrimage

Elkhorn scouts attend Lincoln Pilgrimage

Troop able to replace trailer with support of greater community Thousands of Scouts from all over the Midwest flocked to Springfield, Ill. April 27 to attend the 73rd Lincoln Pilgrimage including members of Elkhorn’s Troop 243, which camped on the side of serene Lake Springfield. The purpose of the Pilgrimage […]

 
 

United Way gearing up for annual 5K

Event is open to all and features a kids run By Heather Ruenz SLN staff The United Way of Walworth County is gearing up for its 9th Annual Run United, 5K Run/Walk and 1-mile Fun Run for kids, set for Saturday, June 16 at Babe Mann Park in Elkhorn. Mariann […]

 
 

Elkhorn Council awards contract for DPW facility

Also votes in favor of 24-hour a day security cameras at pool By Kellen Olshefski Correspondent The City of Elkhorn Common Council voted unanimously in favor of awarding a contract for the construction of the city’s new Department of Public Works facility to Scherrer Construction. DPW Operations Manager Matt Lindstrom […]

 
 

Auto Club ready to rock ‘n roll

Auto Club ready to rock ‘n roll

Elkhorn Area High School car show is Saturday By Heather Ruenz SLN staff For Elkhorn Area High School senior Cade Fink, the EAHS Auto Club’s car show, to be held Saturday, is an event that offers more than just an opportunity for vehicle enthusiasts to gather. “A lot of us […]

 
 

Making the play of his life

Making the play of his life

Area native shares message about mental illness, suicide By Heather Ruenz SLN staff Sometimes it takes years for a person to find his or her way, especially if the path they were on turned into one of drug abuse to the point of devising a plan to take their own […]

 
 

Public Works garage site discussed

City seeking proposals for environmental assessment By Kellen Olshefski Correspondent At a special council meeting on April 30, the City of Elkhorn Common Council opted in favor of getting at least two proposals for an environmental assessment of the land the current Public Works garage sits on with the hope […]

 
 

A little change goes a long way

A little change goes a long way

      Members of the Jackson Elementary School Student Council present a check to the officers of Hope Now, Inc. recently. When the council learned more about what Hope Now does for the local community, they encouraged all of the students and staff at Jackson Elementary to bring quarters and loose […]

 
 

Bethel UMC to host golf outing

Bethel United Methodist Church has a 145-year history of serving Elkhorn and the neighbors of the community. For the past 12 years, the church has hosted Birdies Fore Bethel Golf Outing, Luncheon, Raffle and Silent Auction. Funds raised help the church support many organizations including the Elkhorn Food Pantry, Twin […]

 
 

Overcoming tremendous odds

Overcoming tremendous odds

Families endure hardships, but children the real heroes during journeys with cancer By Todd Mishler SLN Staff Owen Yanke loves everything about superheroes, having attended multiple Comic-Con events in Chicago and Madison. “Some of them are regular people who do amazing things and other ones have special powers because of […]

 
 
 
 
 

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