The March 9 Times/Reporter includes coverage of the following:

• A former tenant of an apartment complex in Sharon shares his story about unsafe and potential health concerns – including the living room window being unstable and moldy. He said he contacted local management as well as the regional property manager however, the issues weren’t addressed and though he recently moved out, he’s worried about his former neighbors, many whom are elderly. A representative of the property management company disputes some of the tenant’s claims

• Officers with the Walworth-Fontana Rotary Club share the reasons they became involved in Rotary and what it means to them to be part of an effort to help others, locally and beyond

• A group of Big Foot High School students competed at the Future Business Leaders of America’s regional conference, many of them qualifying for the state event to be held in LaCrosse in April

• The Big Foot Community Fine Arts Foundation is honored by the Walworth County Arts Council

In sports…

• The Chiefs boys basketball team looks to build on the improvements it made throughout this season and will head into next year with a strong corps of experience, according to head coach Jeff Fenrick

• Head coach Rick Schoenbeck reflects on the Big Foot High School girls basketball season with appreciation for the seniors and the team’s highlight of the season – winning the regional championship in front of the home crowd.


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