Archive for: October, 2019

Ordinance change could allow for larger signs

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent A review of Whitewater’s sign ordinance has gone back under the microscope, specifically for possible provisions for so-called “big box” businesses. City Planner Chris Munz-Pritchard discussed the current municipal ordinance and the need to add clarifying language to address the do’s and don’ts for larger businesses […]

 
 

Delavan woman honored by the Brewers

Delavan woman honored by the Brewers

All it took to get the ball rolling for a day Patti Marsicano won’t forget anytime soon if ever, was a nomination by Lorie Wuttke. “She nominated me for the Brewer’s Community Achievers Award back in April,” Marsicano, of Delavan, said. The nomination shared what Marsicano does for the Delavan […]

 
 

City looking at disabled parking spots

Fire Department referendum remains a critical issue By Kellen Olshefski Correspondent The City of Elkhorn is planning on looking into disabled parking in the downtown area in light of concerns raised recently by a local resident. City Administrator James Heilman said last week he’s been talking to a resident who […]

 
 

Pulling for the Bulldogs

Pulling for the Bulldogs

During homecoming week for the Williams Bay High School bulldogs, members of the junior class take part in the Tug of War competition. See more photos from activities that took place, including the parade and a special day of community service, in this week’s Times. (Darla Thiel photo)

 
 

MARY JO KINKADE

Mary Jo Kinkade 49, of Delavan, passed away on Thursday, Oct. 24, 2019 at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Milwaukee. Private family services were held. Betzer Family Funeral Home is serving the family.

 
 

RUSSELL CAMPBELL

RUSSELL CAMPBELL

      Russell Dale Campbell, 69, of Allen’s Grove, passed away comfortably at home on Oct. 26, 2019. He was born in Leon, Iowa, to Wanda and Clarence Campbell on Oct. 1, 1950. He married Cheryl on June 22, 2002 in Janesville. He graduated from Orangeville High School, Orangeville, Ill. He […]

 
 

Town Board approves rezone

Dollar General moves on to next step in process By Kellen Olshefski Correspondent The Sugar Creek Town Board voted 3-0 in favor of approving a rezone request from the Jean A. Brummel Trust to change the zoning of a section of property along County Highway A from A-2 to B-2 […]

 
 

Paying it forward

Paying it forward

      The ninth annual Run for Trey was held Oct. 13 at Treyton’s Field of Dreams in Whitewater and featured some special guests (above.) Proceeds from the fundraiser will be used to maintain the field through an endowment and fund the four scholarships that are given in the name of […]

 
 

KATHY LYNN ERSKINE

KATHY LYNN ERSKINE

      Kathy Lynn Erskine, 61, of Elkhorn, died at home on October 21, 2019. She was born on June 18, 1958, to the late Earl and Myrtle (Burson) Sheldon. Kathy married Steven W. Erskine on Oct. 25, 1981, at Sugar Creek Lutheran Church. They raised their family and spent their […]

 
 

WILLIAM SWOGER

      William Swoger, 91, of Delavan, died Sunday, Oct. 27 at his home surrounded by family. Memorial services at the American Legion Hall are pending. Betzer Funeral Home is serving the family.