Archive for: November, 2013

Christmas trees will highlight history

Heritage House ‘Tree Walk’ opens Dec. 6 By Anne Trautner Assistant Editor One Christmas tree is decorated with colorful hair curlers while another displays various auto parts and another boasts a Native American theme. But the tree that displays patriotic flags and memorabilia seems most at home in the Heritage […]

 
 

Time for Breakfast with Santa

Time for Breakfast with Santa

Dec. 7 event to include photos, coloring, music The UW-W/Community Optimist Club will once again host an important community event – Breakfast with Santa, slated 8-11 a.m., Saturday, Dec. 7, at the Esker Dining Hall on the UW-Whitewater campus. Children, young and not so young are invited to attend this […]

 
 

Set to make waves

Set to make waves
 
 

It’s a brand new team

It’s a brand new team

Girls open season Saturday at home By Dan Truttschel Sports Correspondent Recognizing the key members of the East Troy High School girls basketball team the past four years wasn’t all that difficult, as the core seemed to lead the way every single night. But as is the case in high […]

 
 

Setting up the court

Setting up the court

Boys basketball team opens season with a win against Evansville By Dan Truttschel Sports Correspondent Anyone expecting the East Troy High School boys basketball team to dwell on what could have been will be sorely disappointed. The Trojans certainly will embrace their recent past – including last year’s trip to […]

 
 

Old World to serve as collection site for ‘The Big Bundle Up’

Old World Wisconsin is collecting outerwear, accessories and other warm clothing items to donate to The Women’s Center in Waukesha during the museum’s holiday programming, Fridays through Sundays, Nov. 29 through Dec. 22.

  Old World Wisconsin is inviting visitors to drop off new or gently used outerwear, accessories and other warm clothing items as part of the Wisconsin Department of Tourism’s statewide “The Big Bundle Up” campaign. This is the third year of the program. Last year’s program collected more than 17,000 […]

 
 

Two seats up for election on School Board

Candidates can start circulating nomination papers Dec. 1 By Tracy Ouellette Editor There are two seats on the East Troy Community School District Board of Education up for election in April. The seats up for election this time around are held by Murry Mitten and Mike Zei. It is a […]

 
 

Ruemmele taking career to next level

By Chris Bennett Sports Correspondent Eklhorn Area High School swimmer Kady Ruemmele had a bit of fun with her coaches midway through the now-concluded high school girls swimming season. She suddenly decided to ask coaches to enter her in races under her given first name of “Kadence,” because, as she […]

 
 

Bowled over

Bowled over

Facility ends final frame with a split By Kellen Olshefski Editor Last week officially marked the end of an era in Elkhorn as demolition crews razed the Two Seasons Bowling facility on North Wisconsin Street. Owner Bruce Kudick closed the bowling alley as recreational facility at the end of summer […]

 
 

The streak continues

The streak continues