Walworth-Fontana area

Former tenant says issues not taken care of

Former tenant says issues not taken care of

Property management representative disputes some claims By Heather Ruenz SLN staff Unsafe and potential health concerns in his apartment in Sharon led William Schultz Jr. to contact those he thought would address the issues, but they weren’t taken care of. After striking out with the local manager, Schultz said he […]

 
 

In this week’s Times/Reporter…

In this week’s Times/Reporter…

The March 9 Times/Reporter includes coverage of the following: • A former tenant of an apartment complex in Sharon shares his story about unsafe and potential health concerns – including the living room window being unstable and moldy. He said he contacted local management as well as the regional property […]

 
 

WBHS Drama Club bringing laughs to stage

WBHS Drama Club bringing laughs to stage

By Penny Gruetzmacher Correspondent The Williams Bay High School Drama Club will present The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon, moving away from the school’s traditionally performed drama to a fast-paced, rollicking comedy. Two narrators and numerous actors and actresses attempt to combine all 209 Brothers Grimm fairy tales into a 110-minute performance. […]

 
 

On a date

On a date

Michael and Donna Brooke, of Sharon, support the Sharon Fire and Rescue Department at the annual Fighting Forty Association’s Breakfast at the Firehouse Feb. 26. Donna said the firehouse “is the heart of the community.” The event also featured a bake sale and silent auction. (Penny Gruetzmacher photo)

 
 

Fontana School Board looking toward future

Q&A to be held at March 7 PTSO meeting By Kellen Olshefski Correspondent Residents of the Fontana Joint School District will have an opportunity to share questions and opinions with Superintendent Sara Norton at the Fontana PTSO meeting scheduled for tomorrow, March 7. School Board President Lisa Laing informed the […]

 
 

Big Foot Board hires new principal

Big Foot Board hires new principal

The Big Foot High School Board of Education approved the retirement of principal Mike Hinske late last year, effective June 30. Hinske has been serving Big Foot High School for 38 years: 12 years as principal, 10 as assistant principal/dean of students, and 16 years as a physical education teacher. […]

 
 

Sea of red

Sea of red

The Big Foot High School student section shows support for the Lady Chiefs in the regional basketball final Feb. 24 against Shoreland Lutheran. The team won the game 72-66 on the heels of a 60-51 victory over Lake Mills the night prior. See full coverage in the March 2 Times/Reporter. […]

 
 

In this week’s Times/Reporter…

In this week’s Times/Reporter…

The March 2 issue of the Times/Reporter includes coverage of the following: • The Fontana School Board looks toward the future to address declining enrollment • Williams Bay High School’s Drama Club is set to take the stage to present “The Brothers Grimm,” described as a “fast-paced, rollicking comedy” • […]

 
 

Williams Bay man allegedly ran from police

A preliminary hearing was scheduled for Feb. 23 for a Williams Bay man who allegedly had drugs and ran from police in Whitewater. Rolando Hernandez Jr., 24, was charged Feb. 16 in Walworth County Circuit Court with possession with intent to deliver cocaine and possession of marijuana, both second and […]

 
 

On display

On display

At the Geneva Lake Arts Foundation’s Winter Art Fair, held Feb. 11 at Pier 290 in Williams Bay, artist Nicole Holder works on a drawing of a dog. For more information about the Foundation visit genevalakeartsfoundation.org. (Heather Ruenz photo)

 
 
 
 
 

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