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Saving some lives

Saving some lives

Sydney Winn, 16, gives blood for the first time March 1 at Williams Bay High School with support from Alex Bliss. Winn said despite having needle phobia, donating was easier than she thought it would be. For more photos and a story about the event, including school’s plans to host […]

 
 

New Big Foot softball coach ready to roll

Troy Hummel will bring ‘passion to the game’ AD says By Dan Truttschel Sports correspondent The timing worked out perfectly for longtime Walworth Grade School teacher and coach Troy Hummel to make the switch. And now he’s hopeful this spring is just the first step toward even bigger things. Hummel […]

 
 

Sharon teen pleads not guilty to assaulting 4-year-old

A status conference was scheduled for March 21 for a Sharon teenager charged with sexually assaulting a 4-year-old girl for whom his mother babysat. Nicholas M. Trzebny, 16, is charged with two counts of first-degree sexual assault of a child under the age of 12. Each count carries a maximum […]

 
 

Youngsters to present ‘Mary Poppins, Jr.’

Youngsters to present ‘Mary Poppins, Jr.’

Taking the stage are Williams Bay fifth and sixth grade students By Penny Gruetzmacher Correspondent Brett Oxley, director of “Mary Poppins, Jr.”, which opens tonight and will be performed again tomorrow at Williams Bay Elementary School, said this is a great opportunity for young students to try their hand at […]

 
 

In this week’s Times/Reporter…

In this week’s Times/Reporter…

The March 23 issue of the Times/Reporter includes: • A preview story, including dress rehearsal photos, on Williams Bay Grade School’s presentation of “Mary Poppins, Jr.” set to take the stage tonight and tomorrow (March 22 and 23); • Details from the criminal complaint about an Illinois man is charged […]

 
 

Walworth candidates forum is Thursday

A Walworth candidates forum will be held 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., Thursday, March 22 in the meeting room at Walworth Memorial Library, 525 Kenosha St. Candidates running for the Walworth Village Board, Big Foot High School Board and the Walworth Jt.#1 School Board in the April 3 spring election have […]

 
 

‘Be kinder to one another’

‘Be kinder to one another’

Big Foot High School students remember school shooting victims By Heather Ruenz SLN staff Students at Big Foot High School and schools throughout the entire country took part in a 17-minute walkout Wednesday morning at 10 a.m., one month after 17 people were killed in a mass shooting at Marjory […]

 
 

Chapel on the Hill presents ‘The Living Passion’

Chapel on the Hill presents ‘The Living Passion’

The Chapel on the Hill is presenting “The Living Passion,” an uplifting musical rendition of Christ’s last week of life, crucifixion and resurrection. The combination of music and story, which opened last night, will also be performed at the Chapel’s Christian Arts Centre tonight and tomorrow as well as March […]

 
 

In this week’s Times/Reporter…

In this week’s Times/Reporter…

The March 16 issue of the Times/Reporter includes coverage of the following: • Big Foot High School students remember school shooting victims in a ceremony held in the commons at the high school Wednesday morning, spreading a message of being kind to each other; • Chapel on the Hill is […]

 
 

Future Business Leaders from BFHS qualify for state

Future Business Leaders from BFHS qualify for state

On Feb 3, more than 30 Big Foot High School’s Future Business Leaders of America members competed at the Regional Leadership Conference in Columbus. The students that competed chose their event from a list of 65 options. Depending on the specific event, some students took an objective test, some students […]

 
 
 
 
 

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