Archive for: December, 2014

KORY WALSH

Kory Walsh, 37, of Park City, Utah, took his last ride on Nov. 21, 2014. He passed away from injuries following a motor vehicle accident in Salt Lake City. Kory was born in Beloit on June 25, 1977. He is survived by his mother, Ida, and father, David Walsh, of […]

 
 

ANNETTE R. BOZZY JOHNSON

Annette “Anne” R. Bozzy Johnson, 77, of Delavan passed away Nov. 27, 2014, at Village Glen in Lake Geneva. She was born in Chicago on Feb. 23, 1937 to Erich and Dorothy (Beyer) Haase. Anne was devoted to her career in nursing and being a great mother. Anne is survived […]

 
 

RAMONA M. SDANO

RAMONA M. SDANO

Ramona Marie Sdano, 80, of Whitewater, passed away on Nov. 25, 2014, at the Golden Living Center in Fort Atkinson. Ramona was born on June 28, 1934 in Eagle, to Roy and Henrietta (Mackold) Wambold . She married Raymond J. Sdano on February 14, 1951. Ramona enjoyed gardening, embroidery, watching […]

 
 

Building a better East Troy

Community Development Alliance is ready to help By Tracy Ouellette Editor Although there have been two other attempts at forming an economic development entity in East Troy, until the East Troy Community Development Alliance was formed, things never seemed to get off the ground. Things are decidedly different this time […]

 
 

Winter parking goes into effect today

In an effort to enhance winter road maintenance operations, City of Elkhorn seasonal parking regulations will go into effect today and remain in effect until April 1. Parking will be permitted on either side of the street except when the National Weather Service has issued any of the following winter […]

 
 

Never forgotten by their loved ones, community

John (left) and Richard Miller, both veterans, salute the newly unveiled bronze statue of the battlefield cross, erected in honor of those who have served in the middle east, southwest Asia and the Persian Gulf. (Kellen Olshefski photo)

Support Our Troops committee unveils new statue in Veteran’s Park By Kellen Olshefski Editor Despite heavy snow and wind, Nov. 24 couldn’t have been a better day to dedicate a new statue at Veteran’s Park in honor of troops who had served in conflicts in the Persian Gulf, Middle East, […]