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Christmas collection held for children in need

Several locations in the Williams Bay area are serving as collection sites for Operation Christmas Child, the world’s largest Christmas project of its kind. Participants fill shoeboxes with toys, school supplies and notes of encouragement. “Anyone...

 

Spirit of giving

Spirit of giving

Fletcher Strahan gets into the spirit of giving, donating double red blood cells – a process where twice as much blood is taken from the body, but plasma is returned – during a Red Cross Blood Drive at Big Foot High School on Nov. 7. This...

 

Theatrical two-some to be held this weekend

Theatrical two-some to be held this weekend

Sabryn DeNotto (Lady Beatrice) and Michael Balogh (Sir Studley) demonstrate the latest royal court dances during a scene from Williams Bay High School’s production of “Once Upon a Mattress,” to be performed by the Big Foot Acting Company...

 

A ‘Seussical’ Musical

A ‘Seussical’ Musical

    Nathan McIntyre, who plays Horton from “Horton Hears a Who,” rehearses a scene where Horton learns of Who families living on his clover, with Shelby Lundin (front, from left), Ann McGrail, Lauren Lindner, Angel Castro (back,...

 

Long time district administrator dies at 58

Long time district administrator dies at 58

Pamela Knorr, former Walworth Joint School District 1 Administrator died Tuesday in West Allis. (Kellen Olshefski photo) Pamela Knorr, longtime district administrator for the Walworth Joint School District 1, died Tuesday. Knorr had served as...

 

Citizens to decide whether Williams Bay will add on to High School

Citizens to decide whether Williams Bay will add on to High School

Referendum looks for $19.9 million to construct new elementary school addition By Kellen Olshefski Editor Williams Bay School District residents will notice a $19.9 million referendum on the ballot when they head out to the polls on Tuesday. According...

 

Taking in the sights

Taking in the sights

Tanner Farnham and his mother, Stephanie Farnham, both Williams Bay residents, listen to George Sorenson, docent for “All Aboard, Williams Bay Trains! 1887-1965,” during Saturday’s Wonders of Williams Bay Historical Tour. The self-guided...

 

Sharon artist to host open studio this weekend

Painter Martha Hayden will open her Sharon home and studio for her annual studio exhibition this weekend from noon to 5 p.m. on both Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 25 and 26. Located at 143 Prairie St., the home is a historic Victorian built in the...

 

Digging in

Digging in

Kayda and Ava Bakkesten, sisters from Clinton, dig on in and get to work cleaning out their pumpkins before they continue carving last weekend at the Big Foot Recreation District’s annual Spooktacular Pumpkin Carving at Pearce’s Farm Stand...

 

Walworth Village Board decides to eliminate municipal court’s first branch  

First branch to close down in April as yearlong saga continues By Anne Trautner Staff Writer       With virtually no discussion at Monday night’s board meeting, the Walworth Village Board voted to abolish the village’s municipal...

 
 
 
 

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