Elkhorn

Students get hands on in new engineering class

Students get hands on in new engineering class

Class runs students through the entire engineering process, has them work to solve a problem By Kellen Olshefski Editor Barry Butters, instructor of Elkhorn Area High School’s new Engineering, Development and Design class, tests a prototype...

 

Committee approves additional $60,000 for Well No. 7 repairs

By Kellen Olshefski Editor Elkhorn’s Municipal Services and Utilities Committee voted in favor of devoting an additional $60,000 to repairs on Elkhorn’s Well No. 7 at it’s meeting Monday night. The decision came after City of Elkhorn Electric...

 

Gim’me five!

Gim’me five!

Landen Rouse (right) straps on a pair of EMT gloves at the Oct. 11 Lights and Ladders event in Sunset Park and gives Asha Nanda, a volunteer EMT on the Elkhorn Area Fire Department. The event offered children a chance to get up close and personal...

 

Providing a safe place

Providing a safe place

A display outside the Association for the Prevention of Family Violence’s location in Elkhorn lists statistics on domestic violence in Walworth County to raise awareness during Domestic Violence Awareness month. (Kellen Olshefski photo) APFV...

 

Warming hearts and homes

Warming hearts and homes

Nicole Mane (back from left), James Palma, Lance Myers, Kirk Lantz, Derek Fleck, (front row from left), Jay Myers, Joel Myers, Mike Krause, Elias Fleck, Erin Fleck and Selah Fleck huddle together in front of the Fleck’s new furnace installed...

 

Councilmen look to work together on ordinance

Common Council to consider further options on sex offender ordinance at meeting next week By Kellen Olshefski Editor The City of Elkhorn Common Council agreed Monday night on meeting next week to further discuss possible options other than a...

 

Just keep walking

Just keep walking

Jackson Elementary students and staff supported its PTA by participating in the third Annual Walk-a-Thon on Sept. 24 at the Walworth County Fairgrounds. Students collected pledges from family and friends before the event, and together, raised...

 

Dancing girls

Dancing girls

Dancers in the accelerated ballet class at Toe to Toe Ballet School in Elkhorn work on “batterie,” a technique owner Colleen Huberty said needs to look smooth and effortless, as part of a series of dance moves so they learn how it fits into...

 

Elkhorn’s schools meet or exceed expectations

Middle school falls short in comparison to district schools By Kellen Olshefski Editor Area schools faired well for the most part when the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction released its third annual school report cards last month. Williams...

 

Clerk: Be prepared for voter ID

County and state work to educate voters for requirement By Kellen Olshefski Editor With an official ruling from a federal appeals court on Friday, county and state officials are working to prepare voters for new requirements under Wisconsin’s...

 
 
 
 

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