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Four Walworth County school districts get Fab Lab grants
Four school districts in Walworth County are among 25 of the first grant recipients of the Wisconsin's Fabrication Laboratories Fab Grants Program. The Elkhorn Area School District, the Delavan-Darien School District, Big Foot Union High...
108-year-old has had a 'marvelous life'
108-year-old has had a 'marvelous life'
Hazel Schuth, originally of Chicago and now of Walworth, has some advice for the younger generations: Be a kind person.
Meeting focuses on Walworth County
The Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission will lead a workshop Tuesday to talk about the agency's draft plan for the future of the southeastern counties.
Man sentenced to nine months jail time for Whitewater BB gun shooting

ELKHORN—Why?


That's what the mother of a man who was shot in the eye with a BB gun asked Paul I. Champlin on Thursday.

Man accused of breaking newborn's arm sentenced to three years probation

ELKHORN—A man accused of breaking a newborn's left arm pleaded guilty to a reduced charge Wednesday and was sentenced to three years probation.

Man sentenced in BB gun incident
Paul I. Champlin was sentenced to nine months in jail and two years of probation Thursday in connection with a BB gun shooting during Whitewater's Fourth of July celebration.
Probation in child abuse case
Probation in child abuse case
Jonathan Foreman was sentenced to three years of probation after pleading guilty Wednesday to felony recklessly causing harm to a child.
Keeping Whitewater's streak alive
Keeping Whitewater's streak alive
Whitewater junior hopes for one more trip to state.
2nd Democrat enters 31st District race
Clinton Anderson will challenge Don Prestia in the Democratic primary for the 31st Assembly District. The winner of the primary will face Rep. Amy Loudenbeck, R-Clinton, in the general election.
Man sentenced on OWI offenses
Paul B. Juhnke was sentenced to 195 days in the Walworth County Jail and three years of probation after pleading guilty to his third and fourth intoxicated-driving offenses.
Despite controversy, Scout troops thrive
Despite controversy, Scout troops thrive
Interest remains strong among membership.

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