Archive for: March, 2017

VIRGINIA L. HEGGIE

VIRGINIA L. HEGGIE

   Virginia Lorraine (nee Mauch) Heggie, 91, of Elkhorn, passed away peacefully on March 21, 2017, at Aurora Lakeland Medical Center. She was born to the late Joseph and Eleanor (Jaeger) Mauch. Virginia was raised in Milwaukee and married Gayle Heggie on March 16, 1946. He preceded her in death […]

 
 

ELIZABETH A. DAILEY

ELIZABETH A. DAILEY

      Elizabeth “Betty” Ann Dailey, 88, of Westshire Farms, Delavan, a lifelong resident of Elkhorn, died March 20, 2017, at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center Milwaukee. She was born April 19, 1928, in Elkhorn, to the late Raymond and Grace (Bublitz) Clauer. Betty graduated from Elkhorn High School […]

 
 

Recognized for academics

Recognized for academics

      Whitewater High School wresters who achieved a cumulative grade-point average of 3.1 or greater were recognized by coach John Schimming at the wrestling team’s annual banquet. Students recognized included, left to right, (front) Austin Kaja, Will Leibbrand, Tommy Cushman, Jaden Salmieri, Ernesto Magana, (back) Thomas McManaway, Morgan […]

 
 

Whippets softball team looks to add wins to record

By Kevin Cunningham Correspondent Records can be deceiving in sports, especially when trying to evaluate how an entire season went for a particular team. In the case of Whitewater High School’s softball team last season, that was indeed the case according to head coach Ron Sdano. The team went 13-10 […]

 
 

Bowling over the competition

Bowling over the competition

      Elkhorn Area High School students swept the competition in all four math categories and finished second overall as a team in the Southern Lakes Conference Academic Bowl, which features a series of written and oral tests in math, English, science, social studies, and potpourri, an oral-only competition. […]

 
 

‘Putting Your Best Fork Forward’

Walworth County WIC offers reminders for National Nutrition Month March is National Nutrition Month and this year’s theme is “Putting Your Best Fork Forward,” a healthy reminder that every bite counts, according to a press release from the Walworth County WIC program, a special supplemental nutrition program for woman, children […]

 
 

Singer proposes changes to city’s committee structure

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Changes to Whitewater’s committee structure could be afoot, based on plans recently floated by the city’s top elected official. Council President Patrick Singer on March 7 discussed with his elected colleagues several proposals he said would be aimed at enhancing citizen participation and improving the process […]

 
 

Nursing home conducted 120 investigations last year

Staff spent time looking into residents’ concerns By Vicky Wedig Staff Writer None of the 120 investigations conducted at Lakeland Health Care Center last year resulted in state surveys. Nursing home Administrator Bernadette Janiszewski gave the facility’s 2016 compliance report to the Lakeland Health Care Center board of Trustees last […]

 
 

Local man joins First National Bank and Trust

Local man joins First National Bank and Trust

First National Bank and Trust recently announced that Paul Page has joined the company as a Mortgage Loan Originator serving the bank’s Walworth County market. Page comes to the bank with nearly 25 years of lending experience, most recently as a branch manager and loan officer for a local bank […]

 
 

MARY LOU MCCABE

MARY LOU MCCABE

      Mary Lou McCabe, 82, of Elkhorn, passed away peacefully March 16, 2017, on her 54th wedding anniversary at Aurora Lakeland Medical Center. She was born Dec. 23, 1934, in Spring Green. She was the daughter of the late George and Mae (Michels) Richards. On March 16, 1963, […]