The Feb. 8 Elkhorn Independent includes the following:

• Market Street Citgo is one of the Frawley stations acquired by Casey’s

• A Menomonee Falls resident shares his account about a wolf-like creature standing on its rear legs along a road near Spring Prairie

• See photos of the Elkhorn Lions Clubs annual Beef & Chicken Dinner, Bella Cain kicking off the Rock the Barns series at the Walworth County Fairgrounds and a special comedy event held at the old Sprague Theatre

• Meet the EAHS Booster Club’s Fan of the Year

• Read about a film being produced that aims to bring the Beast of Bray Road to life

• In sports – the Elkhorn Area High School swim team wins its first Southern Lakes Conference in five years; the boys basketball team improves its record to 11-6 after a week of wins; the Elks wrestling team captures three SLC titles, and; the gymnastics squad nabs two conference victories

• In the Business section, read a feature about local florist, Jerry Rahn, owner of Wishing Well Florist, and his take on the business of Valentines Day


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