The June 7 issue of the Elkhorn Independent includes the following:

• The future of the former Sentry building remains unknown after the Common Council voted Monday to deny Wisconsin Vision Associate’s rezone request. And according to the realtor, another interested party did not return information requested so the offer expired;

• EAHS Auto Club hosted its car show May 26;

• Dementia-friendly initiatives in the area continue to grow including a new memory café;

• Several Elkhorn Area High School students were recently honored in music and art;

• Walworth County can no longer prohibit short-term rentals however, homeowners will only be allowed to rent to one renter or group in a seven-day period;

• Also see photographs of: Elkhorn Area School District elementary art students; a class that spent time planting flowers outside the library; the LAS Water Ski Show Team’s season-opener.

In sports…  Derek Davey closes out his high school career with a place on the podium at state in the 400-meter dash and read about the final competitions of the season for the girls soccer and baseball teams.

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