Archive for: December, 2014

City unveils crime location map

Alcohol-related offenses top list in 28 categories that can be searched By Dave Fidlin Correspondent With the use of the latest mapping technology, Whitewater officials recently unveiled an electronic map that plots where specific crimes are occurring within the community. City Manager Cameron Clapper and Police Chief Lisa Otterbacher discussed […]

 
 

ARTHUR F. CHRISTMAN

Arthur F. Christman, 81 of Delavan, died at Willowfield Nursing Home on Dec. 1, 2014. Funeral services will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the Betzer Funeral Home, Delavan. Friends may call from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday at the funeral home.

 
 

Ring in the season at UW-Whitewater Gala

Ring in the season at UW-Whitewater Gala

Glorious music will fill the air on Saturday, Dec. 6 at 7:30 p.m. as the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Music Department presents the annual Gala Holiday Concert in Young Auditorium. This holiday tradition will be filled with joyous sounds from nearly every ensemble, taking place throughout the facility in the lobby, […]

 
 

Lady Whippets solid in first week of season

Lady Whippets solid in first week of season

By Adam Knoll Sports Correspondent After a solid 2013-14 season that saw the team get bounced early from the WIAA tournament, the Whitewater High School girls basketball team is back. As the seasons change, so do the players, and the Whippets leading scorer – last year and all time – […]

 
 

Team awards presented

Team awards presented

Members of the Whitewater High School football team are all smiles after learning of the team awards they earned: Joe Bullis, Angry Dog award; Tommy DuVal, Outstanding Leadership award; Peter McCrea, Offensive Lineman award; John Saylor, Offensive Player award; Juan Tovar, Defensive Player award; Alex Parker, Manager; Daniel Soto, Defensive […]

 
 

Good intentions

Good intentions

     Whitewater High School athlete Kailey Reynolds (above center) signs a letter of intent Nov. 19 to run track on a partial scholarship at Winona State University (Minn.) Joining Kailey are her parents Doug and Kari. The same day, Sarah Shumacher (not pictured) signed a letter of intent to […]

 
 

Openings remain for Warhawk winter baseball clinics

Registration is being accepted for the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Warhawk Winter Baseball Clinics, open to kids 8 to 18 years of age, including high school seniors. Each clinic will be tailored to the age group of the participants. The skill-based clinics are designed to prepare participants for the upcoming season. […]

 
 

Budget results in property tax increase

Bump in wastewater utility rates put on back burner temporarily By Dave Fidlin Correspondent After several months of review and deliberation, city officials have minted Whitewater’s 2015 budget, which totals $9.47 million and results in a nearly 1-percent increase in property taxes. The Common Council on Nov. 18 adopted the […]

 
 

Get on board

Openings available on several city committees The City of Whitewater invites community members to continue to make Whitewater an “exceptional community in which to live, work and play in,” according to a recent press release from City Clerk Michelle Smith. Below is a list of the committees with openings, a […]

 
 

ALBERT W. HEALEY JR.

Albert “Teddy Bear” W. Healey Jr., 79, died Dec. 1, 2014. He was born Nov. 13, 1935, in Troy, to the late Bernice (Gerber) and Albert Healey Sr. He attended school in East Troy and has been a life long member of the East Troy area. He was a longtime […]