Deadline extended for Waterford policing proposal

  By Dave Fidlin Correspondent With an awaited response from the Town of Waterford in mind, Village of Waterford officials Feb. 23 decided to extend their original deadline for receipts of Requests For Proposals to police the community. The village has been in a 35-year contractual agreement with the Racine […]


UW-Whitewater student dances her way to first crown

By Jennifer Eisenbart Staff Writer For 20-year-old University of Wisconsin-Whitewater student Alyssa Bohm, dancing has always been a part of her life. “I’ve been tapping since I was five,” said Bohm. “And I’ve done many other variations of dance. But tap was always my favorite.” On Saturday evening, Bohm used […]


Raymond School brings its March meeting to seniors

The Raymond School Board will combine a regular school board meeting with a Senior Breakfast in its continuing efforts to find unique ways to reach out to the community. The school board’s regular March meeting has been moved from Monday, March 16, to Wednesday, March 11, at 8:30 a.m. This […]


Dinner-auction and musical events planned to benefit Love Inc.

By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor It will be a busy weekend for a local social service agency March 6-8. Not only will Love Inc. hold its annual Friday Night Lights fundraiser March 6 starting at 5 p.m., but on the Sunday following, a benefit concert will be held starting at 2 […]


Area riparian owners invited to meeting with DNR about Norway-Dover drawdown plans

IF YOU GO … WHAT: Special public meeting about proposed Norway-Dover Drainage District project; impact on Fox River and Waterford-area riparian owners WHERE: Yet to be determined, but will be held at one of two downtown locations next door to each other: either Waterford Village Hall, 123 N. River St., […]


Waterford seeks GIS requests for proposal

The Village of Waterford is seeking vendors interested in submitting a Request for Proposal for Geographic Information System (GIS) mapping/implementation. Currently, the general mapping information of the village’s municipal water, sanitary and storm sewer infrastructure is in a format not accessible to staff electronically, nor can it be added to […]


CDB oil remains inaccessible

CDB oil remains inaccessible

By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor These days, Sally Schaeffer is dealing with loss. It’s not just the fact she lost her daughter, Lydia, last Mother’s Day. It’s the time she lost before that, fighting to get Lydia access to cannabidiol – a form of medical marijuana that could have stopped the […]


Local woman is Mrs. Racine County

Local woman is  Mrs. Racine County

By Patricia Bogumil Editor Michelle Weisheim of Waterford has been selected to represent her community as Mrs. Racine County in the upcoming Mrs. Wisconsin Pageant, being held Saturday, March 7, in Fond du Lac. The winner of the state pageant will represent Wisconsin in Las Vegas for the Mrs. United […]


City names two finalists for administrator

City names two finalists for administrator

By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor After narrowing a field of 55 down to seven, the City of Burlington Common Council had hoped to name three finalists for the vacant city administrator position Tuesday night. As it turns out, the council only needed to name two. With Village of Mukwonago Administrator John […]


Suitcase murder suspect set for April trial

By Vicky Wedig Staff Writer A West Allis man who is believed to have killed two women, put their bodies in suitcases and dumped them in a ditch in the Town of Geneva is due back in court in Walworth County in May. Steven M. Zelich, 53, a former West […]


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