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The Time is Now: A typical week for an organization helping others
Our weeks always seem to go by in a busy blur of organizing, coordinating, counseling and all the many activities that it takes to run a charity. We are a small group of determined, hard-working people.There are many people that have asked, “How...
Mystery Place: Pilots once used Dibble farm barn roof as landmark
Mystery Place: Pilots once used Dibble farm barn roof as landmark
What remains of the Dibble farm is located at 4170 Dam Road on the north side of Delavan. The farm was in the southeast corner of Section 7 in the town of Delavan.
Mystery Place: 19th century Whitewater was a hub for farm implements
Mystery Place: 19th century Whitewater was a hub for farm implements
The former site of what was known as “Reaperville” is located on the east side of Whitewater,  between Milwaukee Street and the railroad tracks, west of Newcomb Street (Wisconsin Highway 59).
Mystery Place: Fontana residents enjoy a beautiful view from Buena Vista
Mystery Place: Fontana residents enjoy a beautiful view from Buena Vista
Buena Vista, a housing complex in Fontana, was the site of Chief Big Foot's village before white settlers came to this area.
Weekly Walk: Splashes of color along the trails
Weekly Walk: Splashes of color along the trails
The Weekly Walks for April 26 and 27,  2016The 4 p.m. Tuesday hike,  reported by Norwin Watson: What a difference a day makes! Monday was 80 degrees and sunny, today was 50 degrees with...
Weekly Walk: Spotting signs of the season
Weekly Walk: Spotting signs of the season
The Weekly Walk for April 12 and 13,  2016The  4 p.m. Tuesday hike,  reported by Norwin Watson: This was another overcast day in the low 50s with light rain falling. By 4 p.m. six hikers in...
Weekly Walk: More signs of spring
Weekly Walk: More signs of spring
The Weekly Walks for April 12 and 13,  2016
Video Today: Watch falcons nest with live webcam
Get a nest-side view of peregrine falcon eggs hatching this spring. The falcon live webcam at the We Energies Valley power plant in Milwaukee is now active during the daylight hours.
Video Today: Geneva Lake shipwreck reveals 19th-century excursion boat
One of the most famous shipwrecks in Geneva Lake was the Lucius Newberry. Built in 1875, the side-wheel passenger steamer was 115 feet long and could carry 700 passengers.
Video Today: DST started with soldiers, not farmers
Feeling a little groggy this morning because you lost an hour's sleep Sunday?
On the Lakes: Opening day is finally here
Mark your calendars for Saturday, May 7. The opening day of inland fishing season finally arrives after the long winter and cool spring. Opening day for game fish on most inland waters in Wisconsin is the first Saturday in May
Walworth County Government Today: County leaders do their best to plan for the worst
About 20 Walworth County managers have been busy this spring learning about emergency operations and planning on what they would need to do in the event a crisis were to occur. The training is organized by the county's emergency management director,...
Walworth County Government Today: Wisconsin law rules over state and local public records, open meetings
My last Sunshine Week column accidentally turned into a “two-parter” when I ran out of room to finish it. As promised, here is the conclusion. 
Walworth County Government Today: 'Letting the sun shine' on open meetings, public records
I start every year with the intention of writing a Sunshine Week column.  Unfortunately, I have only a vague idea of when the week is observed. I know that it is sometime in spring, but I forget to look up the exact dates before it's too late. It's...

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Community Columnist: Navigating race in a search for answers
As a Caucasian parent who raised three children of color in Elkhorn, I have a few thoughts about race relations.