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Elkhorn man picked up on meth charges again
ELKHORN—An Elkhorn man is accused in Walworth County Court of delivering methamphetamine while he was released on bond for charges of making the drug.
Man pleads not guilty in acid trip spree

ELKHORN—A man pleaded not guilty to charges he stole a car, ran naked near the UW-Whitewater campus and attempted to sexually assault a woman who gave him clothes, all while high on acid.

Utility cited for tree cutting in Geneva Township
Utility cited for tree cutting in Geneva Township

TOWN OF GENEVA -- A utility company finished clearing trees along a power line route in Geneva Township before town officials had a chance to stop them in court.

Instead, the town issued citations to American Transmission Company for...

VIDEO: Recounts begin locally
VIDEO: Recounts begin locally
Rock County reported perfect results as the recounting of the presidential vote began on Thursday, but that was for a small proportion of the 76,000-plus votes.
Recount underway in Walworth County
Recount underway in Walworth County

ELKHORN -- About 20 volunteer ballot counters were hunkered down Thursday in the basement of the Walworth County Government Center in Elkhorn to begin the presidential election recount.

Delavan to see no change in tax rate
The finalized 2017 budget should leave Delavan residents happy, or at least content as there will be no change in the tax rate.
Man picked up on meth charges again
An Elkhorn man is accused in Walworth County Court of delivering methamphetamine while he was released on bond for charges of making the drug.
Town cites violations after dropping suit
The town of Geneva has dropped its lawsuit attempting to stop ATC from cutting trees in the town and instead issued citations against the power company.
Not guilty pleas for acid trip charges
A man pleaded not guilty to charges he stole a car, ran near the UW-Whitewater campus naked and attempted to sexually assault a woman, all while high on acid.
Singer seeking re-election to council
Whitewater City Council President Patrick Singer will seek re-election for his at-large council seat in the April 4 election, according to a news release.
Rebuilding teams abound
Rebuilding teams abound
Big Foot's Cary, Elkhorn's Easterday among top players.

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