The March 2 issue of the Times/Reporter includes coverage of the following:

• The Fontana School Board looks toward the future to address declining enrollment

• Williams Bay High School’s Drama Club is set to take the stage to present “The Brothers Grimm,” described as a “fast-paced, rollicking comedy”

• Nearly 700 people support the Fighting Forty Association’s breakfast at the firehouse in Sharon

• Faith Evangelical Lutheran Church hosts a Food, Fun and Friends Day event that featured kids working on projects for active duty soldiers, elderly and shut-ins and ill children

• Big Foot High School Board approves hiring new principal, Heidi Deininger, who will take over July 1 following the retirement of Mike Hinske

In sports…

• The Big Foot boys basketball team’s season comes to an end following a loss to Lake Mills in a regional opening matchup

• The Lady Chiefs made their way through regional competition and moved on to sectional play

• The BUW gymnastics team made its first appearance at state since 2014 while two gymnasts qualified as individuals including Williams Bay High School freshman Malia Bronson.


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