Archive for: October, 2012

Soul searcher: Milwaukee-area medium claims to connect the living with late loved ones

Photo by MAUREEN VANDER SANDEN
	Cassondra Gresl of Rochester gets a reading from Morning Star. Gresl later said she ‘firmly’ believes the Midwest medium succeeded in connecting with her late fiancé who was killed tragically in a New Years Day crash two years ago. Gresl said the experience offered some healing.

  “By reconnecting…, I am able to facilitate the healing that comes from fixing past hurts, not being able to say goodbye, or simply reassuring you that you are not alone on this often bumpy journey of life.” – Mollie Morning Star, psychic medium   By Maureen Vander Sanden SLN […]

 
 

Timeless journey

Timeless journey

East Troy man completes Ice Age Trail By Vanessa Lenz SLN Staff Gary Hegeman achieved one of his major life goals when he completed hiking the Ice Age National Scenic Trail on Sunday. Hegeman, a longtime Booth Lake resident, began walking the trail in sections after looking for optimal hiking […]

 
 

East Troy’s postseason hopes come to disappointing end

East Troy’s postseason hopes come to disappointing end

By Dan Truttschel Correspondent As the 2012 season wore on, it became pretty clear the East Troy football team was starting to feel the effects of the sport’s physical nature. By the time the first round of the Division 3 playoffs rolled around Friday night, the Trojans were in full-out […]

 
 

Young girl killed in Whitewater car crash

Young girl killed in Whitewater car crash

An 11-year-old Delavan girl died at the scene of a crash Oct. 24 in the Town of Whitewater, according to a press release from the Walworth County Sheriff’s Office. The girl – identified by the sheriff’s office as Avery McCarthy – was a fifth grader at The Delavan Christian School […]

 
 

Rubble rising: Clean fill at Sunset Park surfacing

Rubble rising: Clean fill at Sunset Park surfacing

By Chelsey Hinsenkamp SLN Staff Sunset Park, or at least most of it, is built on a clean fill – a dump site for things like rubble from construction sites – which, according to City Administrator Sam Tapson, is actually not that unusual. However, safety hazards can arise when the […]

 
 

Elkhorn School Board begins search for superintendent

      “You don’t do this alone, like the CEO of a company,” he said. “We are in this together.”  – Dr. Louis Birchbauer, search services consultant for WASB, on the selecting a new superintendent   By Maureen Vander Sanden SLN Staff The search is on for a new superintendent […]

 
 

JANE S. HUGG

Jane S. Hugg, 70, of Elkhorn, died Oct. 23, 2012 at her home. She was born Nov. 17, 1941 in Burlington to the late Harold and Nora (Grootemaat) Hathorn. She married Carl Hugg on Nov. 26, 1957. She had several occupations, but she was most proud of being a homemaker. […]

 
 

East Troy School District to hold referendum presentation

The East Troy Community School District will host a referendum presentation at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 25 in the East Troy High School library, 3128 Graydon Ave. District Administrator Dr. Christopher Hibner said the meeting will give any interested residents a chance to find out information and ask questions […]

 
 

ANDREA L. ‘ANNIE’ THOMA-HANEY

ANDREA L. ‘ANNIE’ THOMA-HANEY

Andrea L. “Annie” Thoma-Haney, age 48 of Jefferson, passed away unexpectedly at her home on Monday, Oct. 22, 2012. She was born on Sept. 25, 1964, in Milwaukee, Wis., to Earl and Virginia (Jones) Thoma. She and Jeffery Haney have been together for 26 years, though they were married July […]

 
 

Senator’s son reportedly assaulted in Whitewater

Senator’s son reportedly assaulted in Whitewater

By Vanessa Lenz SLN Wisconsin Republican State Sen. Neal Kedzie’s son was allegedly assaulted last weekend after he tried to stop two individuals from stealing a political yard sign from his residence in Whitewater. City of Whitewater Police Chief Lisa Otterbacher said the incident is still under investigation. Otterbacher said […]