Month: August 2014



Doris McGraw, 82, died Aug. 22, 2014, at Fairhaven Senior Services, Whitewater, after a long illness. Doris was born in Janesville, on Nov. 29, 1931, to Paul and Helen (Goede) Knudson. She attended St. Paul’s Lutheran Parochial School for eight years. She graduated from Janesville High School with the Class […]


Treyton’s Field of Dreams moves forward

Council grants easement to We Energies; grand opening set for Oct. 4 By Dave Fidlin CORRESPONDENT Plans for the much-anticipated Treyton’s Field of Dreams development moved one step closer to reality, following a recent decision by the Whitewater Common Council. City officials on Aug. 5 adopted a resolution and undertook […]


We got your back(packs)

Golden State Foods donates 50 backpacks to school district By Tom Ganser CORRESPONDENT On Aug. 5, Golden State Foods associates Laura Peshe, Cherri Rennells, Rob Seithamer and Katy Simon presented Whitewater Unified School District Administrator Eric Runez and Special Education/Pupil Services Coordinator Lenora Heim with 50 backpacks filled with school […]

Whitewater area

Over the net

Izzy Zahn (top) and Milena Maroske (above) of the Whitewater High School girls tennis team, play in a non-conference quad meet held at East Troy Aug. 18. Zahn is the No. 1 singles player for the Whippets this fall. (Bob Mischka photos)


Miss Cathy retiring from library

Open House event set for Monday to wish her well Miss Cathy (Bloom) has served Whitewater’s youth and their families since 1999 and said she has loved the time she’s worked at the library. “I enjoyed every single day being here, working with families in Storytime, in the Summer Reading […]

Whitewater area

Let the season begin

Jordan Peterson (top) weaves his way through defenders on a running play and Jacob Partoll (above) goes up high to make a catch that led to a touchdown during the Aug. 15 scrimmage against Union Grove. The Whippets will open the regular season, also Parent’s Night, in a home game […]

East Troy

Airport improvements on the way

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Runway enhancements and an expansion of several hanger areas are among the improvements eyed in a long-range planning document for the East Troy Municipal Airport. The Village Board on Aug. 4 adopted a resolution that sets in motion a tentative six-year capital improvement plan for the […]