The May 4 Times/Reporter includes the following:

• A Williams Bay middle school student, who was not named as of late last week, reportedly compiled a “kill list” containing students’ names – which she allegedly claimed later was a “joke” and was suspended as a result. Read more, including a letter to parents from the school principal;

• A group of Walworth Middle School students held a car wash to raise money for an upcoming, one-day music festival;

• Sharon Community School and the Sharon Lions Club teamed up on a special project in an effort  to collect donations for an organization that helps organ transplant patients and their families;

• The Agape House 5K Run, Walk, Stroll drew a large group of participants.

• It’s almost drive-in season and included in a special feature story is Meggy Moo’s, of Walworth;

• See coverage from Williams Bay’s open house event; Cub Scout Pack 237’s pancake breakfast and pinewood derby and Williams Bay Middle School’s recent performance of “The Ever After – A Musical”;

In sports… the Big Foot-Williams Bay girls soccer team picks up its fifth straight win; the Chiefs baseball team takes down the Whippets; and read a roundup on track, tennis and golf.

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