• Williams Bay High School band and choir students take in the sights and sounds of the big city with a spring break trip to New York City. Read a recap from instrumental music director Nate Weirick and see a group photo taken in Times Square;

• First National Bank and Trust is seeking nominations for a literacy award with the winner set to receive $100 and the organization or non-profit they represent will receive a grant of $1,000;

• In court-related coverage, no deal has been reached in a case of a Sharon teen charged with sexually assaulting a 4-year-old girl for whom his mother baby-sat, and a second man was charged in a Walworth cocaine sale;

In sports…

• Big Foot High School senior Courtney Schoenbeck has been named to the Southern Lakes Newspapers all-area first team in girls basketball. Other area athletes include, second team – Bella DeNotto (Williams Bay) and Regan Courier (Big Foot), and honorable mention – Leslie Olson (Williams Bay), Payton Courier (Big Foot) and Megan Czarnecki (Faith Christian);

• The Chiefs softball team has been creative with its practices as a counter to the weather; a roundup of the other spring sports includes baseball, girls soccer, boys tennis and track;

• Sports correspondent Dan Truttschel shares his views on the ongoing challenge with spring sports, in part because of how early in the season things take off.

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