Month: January 2014


Locals Rock the Walk

Community partners included Working for Whitewater’s Wellness (W3) Fort HealthCare recently challenged area residents and employees to increase their current activity level and improve their health by participating in the Rock the Walk 2013 Challenge. The 6-week challenge was open to employees of Fort HealthCare, Ball Corporation, Digi-Star, Fort Community […]


Grazing workshop offered Jan. 30

Livestock producers who use pasture to provide part or all of their animal forage needs are invited to attend a winter workshop that will be offered Thursday, Jan. 30.  The program will be held 9:45 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Randy’s Restaurant & Funhunter’s Brewery, 841 E. Milwaukee Street, Whitewater. […]


Media questions board’s closed sessions

Superintendent: District will better communicate subject matter in future By Vicky Wedig Editor The Delavan-Darien School Board met twice last week in closed sessions at the beginning of meetings about a referendum, raising the eyebrows of local reporters who suspected open meetings violations. The board met in closed session for […]


Palmyra residents sound off about annexation

(The following letters appeared in the Jan. 17 issue of The Enterprise followed by more recent letters) Legal fight over annexation hurts entire community I believe Bob and Kathy Oleson misrepresent the facts of the judge’s decision concerning the recent annexation in the block ad they placed in the Jan. […]


Ruling may not end annexation dispute

Standard Process’ petition vacated on procedural error By Heather Ruenz Editor It’s been nearly a year and more than $40,000 in public legal fees since the Palmyra Village Board voted to accept Standard Process’ annexation petition of 740 acres of land. Now a recent judge’s ruling that the petition is […]


City eliminates DPW Director position

City replaces with new Operations Manager position, looks to save city and taxpayers money in long-term   By Kellen Olshefski Editor Following a final decision to terminate long-time Department of Public Works Director Terry Weter, the Elkhorn City Council voted unanimously Monday to completely eliminate the director position, creating a […]