Archive for: March, 2019

MICHAEL J. GIBSON

Michael John Gibson, 60, of East Troy, died March 22, 2019, at AngelsGrace Hospice in Oconomowoc. He was born Feb. 16, 1959, in Meriden, Connecticut, to Joseph A. and Barbara A. (Brett) Gibson. He was united in marriage to Melody E. Horlacher on June 22, 1979, in East Troy. Michael […]

 
 

JASON ST. CLAIR

Jason Gene St. Clair, 36, of Darien, died at Agrace Hospice in Janesville on March 24, 2019, after a long illness. Jason was born Jan. 3, 1983, in Elkhorn to Susan Marie Mullis and Myron H. St. Clair. He was a CNA at several nursing homes. He is survived by […]

 
 

KEITH SHALLCROSS

Keith Alan Shallcross, 66, with the spirit and the attitude of a 35-year-old, of Rhinelander, was born on Dec. 23, 1952, in Urbana, Ill. He was the son of Thomas James Shallcross and Patricia Joan May. Lucky for him he met and fell in love with an amazing woman and […]

 
 

THOMAS P. PANZER

Thomas P. Panzer, 61, of Delavan passed away on March 15, 2019, at his home in Delavan surrounded by family. He was born in Chicago on April 25, 1957. He was a longtime HVAC technician. Tom was united in marriage to Penny Hammer on March 15, 2008. He was an […]

 
 

Williams Bay Lioness celebrating anniversary

Williams Bay Lioness celebrating anniversary

The club holds numerous fundraisers to support the community The Williams Bay Lioness will celebrate 40 years of service this month. The club was established March 28, 1979. The Lioness club holds fundraisers throughout the year to raise money to put back into the community with donations to the local […]

 
 

Need for domestic violence shelter not an issue

Need for domestic violence shelter not an issue

But there are concerns about potential location in Elkhorn By Cathy Kozlowicz Correspondent While the community appears to be divided on where a domestic shelter may end up in Elkhorn, people are united about the importance of such a facility. “It is the location that is the problem,” said Elkhorn […]

 
 

DAR honors area students

DAR honors area students

The Samuel Phoenix Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution honored several Walworth County students at the Geneva Lakes Museum during their March meeting. Students receiving the Youth Good Citizenship Award at the middle school level included: Jamie Pehkonen from Phoenix Middle School in Delavan, Olivia Patek from Walworth […]

 
 

A lot of serious fun

A lot of serious fun

      The UW-Whitewater/Community Optimist Club’s sixth annual Trivia Night was held Feb. 22. The organization’s Kim Adams reported that gross proceeds exceeded $12,000. The event supports several philanthropic causes. Bob McCullough congratulates members of the Happy Campers team, who earned the Spirit Award at the annual competition. See more photos […]

 
 

Reminder: Williams Bay polling place changed

Williams Bay officials are reminding residents of the recent change in the polling location. Village Board of Trustees passed a resolution in January to permanently change the location where residents will cast their ballot. Residents will now vote at the Lions Fieldhouse at 240 Elkhorn Road, Williams Bay. “The Village […]

 
 

Shuffling for a cause

Shuffling for a cause

At the Nick Van Dyke Memorial Shamrock Shuffle, held last Saturday at Lauderdale Landing, members of the greater community and beyond once again showed up to support the cause, which this year will include a donation to the Elkhorn Area High School FFA in memory of Nick Sergi, a local […]