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Traveling exhibit of Wisconsin military casualties coming to Elkhorn
Traveling exhibit of Wisconsin military casualties coming to Elkhorn
“Remembering Our Fallen of Wisconsin,” a traveling display of photographs of Wisconsin casualties since September 11, 2001, is coming to Heritage Hall, 103 E. Rockwell St., Elkhorn, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. May 29 to June 2, and from 11 a.m.
Spirals in nature focus of new exhibit

“Variations on a Spiral Sky,” a suite of acrylic mixed media by artist Alicia Reid, will be on exhibit at The SweetSpot Gallery, 226 Whitewater St., Whitewater during May and June.

Weekly Walk: Exploring new trails
Weekly Walk: Exploring new trails

The Weekly Walks for May 17 and 18,  2016


The 4 p.m. Tuesday hike,  reported by Norwin Watson:

This was a nice sunny 65-degree day. Nine hikers – including a visitor from Sedona,...

Cast off on Free Fishing Weekend
Cast off on Free Fishing Weekend
Wisconsin's state parks, forests and trails also feature free admission — so enjoy great outdoors.
Lake Geneva woman found in Georigia, taken into custody

LAKE GENEVA—The Lake Geneva woman who was last seen with her three sons May 10 has been found in Georgia, said Lake Geneva police Lt. Ed Gritzner.

On the Lakes: Warmer waters triggering spawning, hungry fish

Geneva Lake Fishing Report 5/22/16 through 5/29/16

Mixing up recipes for success
Mixing up recipes for success

EAST TROY--Andy Gehl is a fourth-generation Wisconsin food manufacturer whose great-grandfather started Gehl Guernsey Farms in 1896. Initially, however, Gehl was intrigued by the manufacturing side of the business -- getting degrees in computer...

Update: Lake Geneva police find missing woman and family
Update: Lake Geneva police find missing woman and family

LAKE GENEVA --Update: A Lake Geneva woman and her three children have been found safe in Georgia, according to a post from the Lake Geneva Police's Facebook page

Walworth County Government Today: What do you think? County seeking input about transportation

Walworth County would like to know what you think of its transportation program for senior and disabled residents. A series of listening sessions has been scheduled throughout the county over the next two months. If you have an opinion on the subject...

Vinyl revival: More buyers into records
Vinyl revival: More buyers into records

LAKE GENEVA — Enjoying records isn't new to Tim Townsend, owner of Black Circle Records in Lake Geneva.


Now an increasing number of music fans are joining Townsend in discovering the joys of vinyl.

DAYS Foundation plans first community service event for May 21

DELAVAN--What does it take to get more than 80 Delavan-Darien High School students out of bed and volunteering on a Saturday morning in May?