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County's single school districts thrive
Open enrollment, state aid and referendums make a difference in the health of Walworth County's handful of K-8 single school districts.
Apprenticeships returning to district
Students learn from WWII veterans
Whitewater property owners receive money from city as part of East Gateway Project


Auditions set for Lake Geneva Theater Company

Auditions for the newly formed Geneva Lake Theater Company will take place the weekend of April 26-27 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. for men and women age 16 and older.

Actors will be...

Catch the Senior Art Show at Wright Museum
Brew City best-seller
Putting a new spin on old vinyl


WCEDA executive director steps down

ELKHORN -- After six years with the Walworth County Economic Development Alliance,  Mike Van Den Bosch will be stepping down as executive director at the end of  May  to take on an  economic...

Delavan company designs brand launch for humane society
Physician assistant earns added certification
Workshop helps local food producers expand markets


Prospective Bucks owners committed to winning
In their first interview since former Sen. Herb Kohl announced last week he had sold the Milwaukee Bucks to them for $550 million, Edens and Lasry made it abundantly clear they want to build a...
George Lynch, catalyst of 1970s Craig basketball teams, heads to Hall of Fame
Brewers notes: Logan Schafer has hamstring issue
Brewers bullpen proves reliable early on


Dale B. Riggs, Palmyra, WI (1930-2014)
March 22, 1930 - April 18, 2014
Wallace "Wally" G. Brown, Milton, WI (1940-2014)
Phyllis Dreher, Stoughton/Evansville, WI (1921-2014)
Thomas G. Mair, Janesville, WI (1927-2014)


Land traded hands frequently in late 1800s

The former Mack School can be seen at the northeast corner of the intersection of County Highway 89 and Territorial Road in the town of Richmond. The tiny building is now a private...

Easter, spring and a fresh start
Creatures stirring along the Ice Age Trail
Helping hand aids mother with disabled son