Archive for: October, 2013

Harms, Ziolkowski headed to state

Harms, Ziolkowski headed to state

By David Paulsen Sports Correspondent Two Whitewater High School cross country runners punched their ticket to state last Saturday at the Whitewater WIAA Division 2 sectional held at UW-Whitewater. Senior Brett Harms and sophomore Sarah Ziolkowski will represent the Whippet runners at the WIAA State Cross Country Championships held at […]

 
 

Family restaurant to become nanobrewery

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent The family-themed Whitewater Street Restaurant will soon be overhauled and renamed the Second Salem Brewing Company, following a recent decision by members of the city Plan and Architectural Review Commission. Applicant Christ Christon of CC Property Development LLC came before commissioners earlier this month and announced […]

 
 

Yummy!

Yummy!

Whitewater’s Halloween celebration included Ghouls Night Out last Thursday and a slew of events at the armory Saturday. Shown tasting the cookies they had just decorated Oct. 26, from the left: Allie Alvarado, Ashlynn Prah and Caleigh Yang, all of Whitewater. (Tom Ganser photo)

 
 

School district honored for wellness commitment

School district honored for wellness commitment

Fort HealthCare announced last week that area community organizations have been awarded the health system’s Commitment to Corporate Wellness award including the Whitewater Unified School District. In addition to WUSD, other honorees were: Fort Atkinson School District and the Cambridge School District/Cambridge Activities Program. Mike Wallace, President and CEO of […]

 
 

LORAINE STEINBICER

LORAINE STEINBICER

Loraine A. Steinbicer, 85, of Delavan, went home to be with our Lord on Sunday, Oct. 20, 2013. She was born April 21, 1928, in Chicago, Ill., to the late Roy and Lola (Dyer) Delap. Loraine was united in marriage to Robert Steinbicer on May 14, 1949, at the First […]

 
 

MARLENE PRUESSING

Marlene Pruessing, 87, of Walworth, passed away Saturday, Oct. 26, 2013, at Mercy Walworth Hospital following a long battle with Sjogren’s and lung diseases. She was born March 9, 1926, in Elkhorn Lafayette township, to the late Otto A. and Ida Schmidt. She attended Plank Road and Jackson one-room schools, […]

 
 

Museum treats

Museum treats

Above: Peg Williams, Lake Geneva area resident and museum volunteer dressed as an American Indian, greets Jade and Ella Rickey, sisters visiting from Kenosha. Williams’ station was one of 18 treat stops for children inside the Geneva Lake Museum on Sunday.     At right: Olivia Joitke, of Elkhorn, dressed […]

 
 

Oktoberfest

Oktoberfest

Above: The German Society of Rockford Bavarian Folk Dancers, called D’Waldstadttanzer, meaning Forest City, entertained with German style dancing during the Town of Delavan’s first Oktoberfest at Community Park on Saturday. At left: An accordion player accompanies the German dancers. Below: Chelsie Borger, 6, of Delavan, points out her favorite […]

 
 

DIANE M. STAUFFER

Diane M. “Dee Dee” Stauffer, 68, of Palmyra, died at Angels Grace in Oconomowoc with her family by her side. She was the director and operations manager for Lakeland Coach Lines of Palmyra where she performed more than 30 years of exceptional service to the Palmyra-Eagle Area School District. Her […]

 
 

School Board adopts $18.6 million budget

By Tyler Lamb Editor The Elkhorn Area School Board of Education adopted a $18,643,943 budget Monday night for the 2014 fiscal year. District Business Manager Bill Trewyn presented the budget to the board, and following minimal conversation, it was unanimously approved. Board member Matt O’Donell was absent. The budget is […]