Archive for: August, 2016

EDWARD F. WEIMAN

EDWARD F. WEIMAN

      Edward Frank Weiman, 87, passed away peaceful with his family by his side Aug. 15, 2016. He was born in Chicago on Dec. 8, 1928. Ed is preceded in death by his parents, Frank and Mary Weiman; brothers, Roman, Raymond and Daniel Weiman; and sister, Evelyn Balis. […]

 
 

Respect key to balancing sports with life

Respect key to balancing sports with life

For Bullis family, competitiveness a given but respect comes first By Daniel Schoettler Correspondent On an October day in 1996, Kathy Bullis was coaching a volleyball game in Durand. That’s not surprising, but the fact that she knew prior to the game she was going into labor may surprise some. […]

 
 

ROBERT D. BULGER

Robert “Bob” D. Bulger, 76, of Town Hall Road in Delavan, died Aug. 18, 2016, at Holton Manor Nursing Home in Elkhorn. Funeral service will be at noon Wednesday at Como Community Church. Visitation will be at the church from 10 a.m. until the time of service. Haase-Lockwood and Associates […]

 
 

DALE N. STETTLER

DALE N. STETTLER

Dale Nick Stettler, 67, of Whitewater, passed away peacefully on Aug. 19, 2016. He was a proud family man, avid sports fan, veteran of the Vietnam War, and lover of the outdoors. Dale was born in Milwaukee on July 27, 1949, the son of Ralph and Esther (Koller) Stettler. He […]

 
 

EARL EUGENE EDDY

Earl Eugene “Sid” Eddy, 89, of Genoa City died Aug. 19, 2016 in Gates Hall at the Wisconsin Veteran’s Home-Gates in the Town of Dover. Funeral service will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Haase-Lockwood and Associates Funeral Home in Genoa City. Interment with military honors will be in […]

 
 

KERRY A. MORSE

KERRY A. MORSE

Kerry A. Morse, 44 of Clinton, lost her long courageous battle with cancer Aug. 13, 2016, at home surrounded by her family. She was born Jan. 11, 1972, to Thomas and Judy (Merrifield) Morse in Janesville. Kerry was best known for her big heart. Her daughter, Brookann, was the light […]

 
 

Serving as role models

Elkhorn, East Troy to participate in pilot of Youth in Government program By Kellen Olshefski SLN Staff The City of Elkhorn Common Council voted unanimously in favor of participating in the Youth in Government pilot program at its Aug. 15 meeting. Elkhorn will join the Village of East Troy in […]

 
 

Grocery co-op update presented to Rotarians

Grocery co-op update presented to Rotarians

Results of surveys, highlights from conference shared By Tom Ganser Correspondent At last month’s Rotary meeting, Brienne Diebolt-Brown and Stephanie Goettl provided members with an update of the efforts underway to explore the opening of a food co-operative in Whitewater. Diebolt-Brown and Goettl, along with Patrick Cannon and Lacey Reichwald […]

 
 

Change is good for Elk runners

By Chris Bennett Correspondent The Elkhorn Area High School boys and girls cross country teams are gearing up for a healthy dose of change this season. The Elkhorn girls are dealing with the loss of four of the squad’s top five runners, and will struggle to maintain last season’s third-place […]

 
 

Elks look to rebound from soccer stunner

By Chris Bennett Correspondent The 2015 season for the Elkhorn Area High School boys soccer team ended in Elks-like fashion. The issue, though, is Fort Atkinson forced the Elks a dose of their own medicine. Under BZ Kayser, in his seventh season as head coach, the Elks’ reputation is that […]