The May 31 Elkhorn Independent includes the following:

• A special section featuring the 2018 Elkhorn Area High School graduating class, sponsored by numerous local businesses is included;

• The Common Council is set to decide tonight on a rezone which would allow Wisconsin Vision Associates to use the former Sentry building for a distribution center. But an area developer said he’s also interested in the property as a retail shop for non-profit charities. Read both sides of the issue in the Independent;

• See photos from Memorial Day observances and parades in the City of Elkhorn and Town of Sugar Creek;

• Coverage from Lakeland Animal Shelter’s annual Second Chance Dinner;

• A group photo of the Lakeland School of Walworth County graduates;

• Details on the Elkhorn Farm Market, which will kickoff its season June 9;

• Information on a planned pipeline with two proposed routes, one of which would extend through the towns of Whitewater, LaGrange, Sugar Creek, Lafayette, Spring Prairie and Lyons, and the City of Elkhorn.

In sports… read how the seasons came to a close for the Elks golf, tennis and softball teams.

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