Drainage district plans draw a crowd in Waterford

By Patricia Bogumil Editor Professional opinions mixed with strongly held conventional wisdom and sometimes clashed with personal observations when about 100 people met Monday at the Waterford Village Hall to ask questions about a Fox River winter drawdown and other issues with the Norway-Dover Drainage District. At meeting’s end, residents […]


Choices, choices: Village of Waterford street projects reviewed

“I’m happy to just do anything on this list, to be honest with you. Everything on this list needs work.” ­– Jeff Dolezal DPW Superintendent Village of Waterford By Dave Fidlin Correspondent       When it comes to prioritizing a list of 21 municipal streets and intersections in need of improvements, Jeff […]


Two vie to lead Waterford Village Board

By Patricia Bogumil Editor Incumbent Waterford Village Board President Tom Roanhouse is challenged in the April 7 election by board member Don Houston, who has served three years as a Village Trustee. Information provided by each candidate follows. See the March 20 edition of the Waterford Post for additional biographical […]


Shuffle at the top at Washington-Caldwell

Saltzmann to step up as Pienkos steps down At its March 16 meeting, the Washington-Caldwell School Board approved the retirement of Dr. Mark Pienkos as superintendent, effective June 30, and appointed Jill Saltzmann as the new superintendent/principal, beginning July 1. Saltzmann is a 19-year veteran at Washington-Caldwell and has served […]


Two trustees seek Rochester village president position

By Patricia Bogumil Editor Village of Rochester voters will choose a new Village Board president in the April 7 election, choosing between incumbent board trustees Christopher Bennett and Edward Chart. Both candidates hope to replace incumbent Board president Paul Beere, who is not seeking re-election. With Beere out of town […]


Village schedules meeting for Fox River drawdown issues

  Riparian owners and all interested parties in the area are encouraged to attend a public informational meeting regarding applications by the Racine County Farm Drainage District for permits impacting the Fox River. The meeting will be held Monday, March 23, 5:30-6:30 p.m., at the Waterford Village Hall, 123 N. […]


WGSD superintendent search aims for May conclusion

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent The search is on for Waterford Graded’s next superintendent. Plans call for the new leader of the four-school, K-8 school district to be named by early May. Current Superintendent Chris Joch in late January indicated he was resigning. He will continue to work for the district […]


Town prepares to draft a proposal for Village of Waterford policing

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent In a scenario with echos from decisions made a few years past, Town of Waterford officials agreed Monday night to offer a proposal for police services to the Village of Waterford. What is not reminiscent, however, is the likely cost of such an arrangement. While specific […]


Some lives are meant to be extraordinary!

Waterford Union High School presents their bi-annual spring musical, “Pippin,” a musical written by Stephen Schwartz (of “Wicked” fame). It’s the story of a young prince and his search for his meaning and purpose in life. The Performance Troupe, led by the Leading Player, help guide him through his journey. […]


WGSD to hold 4K registration March 25

Parents with children who turn 4 years of age by Sept. 1, 2015 are invited to register for Waterford’s new 4-year-old kindergarten program. A 4K registration will be held in the Trailside Elementary School library on Wednesday, March 25, from 1 p.m. until 7 p.m. Parents interested in registering children […]


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