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Delavan News

Sorbie responds to accusations

By Michael S. Hoey CORRESPONDENT       Delavan-Darien Administrator Jill Sorbie was placed on paid non-disciplinary leave by the school board on Feb. 13. Sorbie reached out to the Enterprise on March 27 to address her situation.       The board held a regular meeting and then a closed session on Feb. […]

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School District investigating Sorbie

By Michael S. Hoey CORRESPONDENT       The Delavan-Darien School Board held its regular meeting on March 13. The status of District Administrator Jill Sorbie was not on the agenda in open or closed session, but President Dave Henriott did issue a statement after the meeting.       Sorbie was placed on […]

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Progress made on former Perkins site

By Michael S. Hoey CORRESPONDENT       Progress began on razing the former Perkins building at the intersection of Borg Road and E. Geneva Street last week, with the building being completely demolished.       The Common Council approved a conditional use permit in August for the building to be razed and […]

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Council denies liquor license

By Michael S. Hoey CORRESPONDENT       A liquor license application for a new pizza restaurant called Lucky’s was denied by the Common Council on Jan. 17. The restaurant would have been located in the former Little Caesar’s space.       Questions about the applicant, Jennifer Halverson, led city staff to recommend […]

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School Board recognizes students named scholars

By Michael S. Hoey CORRESPONDENT       The Delavan-Darien School Board recognized two students during its meeting on Monday night.       The two students were recognized for being part of the U.S. Presidential Scholars and Wisconsin State Senator programs.       Delavan-Darien Principal Jim Karedes said senior Annabelle Schluneger is one of […]