Waterford

Project Lead the Way planned for WUHS in2015-16

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent It’s official – a nationwide program aimed at providing students with hands-on lessons will be integrated into Waterford Union High School’s curriculum in the fall. On Dec. 17, the WUHS board voted to partner with Project Lead the Way, a nonprofit group that has developed courses […]

 
 

Stop and thank crossing guards for their valuable service

The week of Jan. 12-16, 2015 has been proclaimed as Adult School Crossing Guard Recognition Week for the state of Wisconsin by Tony Evers, State Superintendent of Public Instruction. Chris Joch, Superintendent of Schools for the Waterford Graded School District, expressed the community’s gratitude to the local adult school crossing […]

 
 

Calling all farmers to Jan. 30 appreciation dinner

      Shepherds Ministries is holding its first annual Farmers Appreciation Dinner on Friday, Jan. 30, on the Shepherds Ministries campus, 1805 15th Ave., Union Grove. All Racine and Kenosha area farmers are invited to attend this free event. “We want to communicate to farmers that their work matters,” said Dr. […]

 
 

Village of Waterford seeks proposals for downtown redevelopment

By Patricia Bogumil Editor Plans are progressing to transform the Village of Waterford’s downtown area into a welcoming destination for community members and visitors from around the area. The Village is currently seeking proposals for engineering and design for the first phase of the Village’s Riverfront and Ten Club Park […]

 
 

Village signals another traffic light is likely

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Traffic signals will likely make an appearance in the years ahead at one of the Village of Waterford’s busiest intersections: Milwaukee Street and East Main Street. But village officials have been scrutinizing the more specific details concerning the types of signals that could be placed at […]

 
 

Stop and thank a crossing guard for their valuable services

  The week of Jan. 12-16, 2015 has been proclaimed as Adult School Crossing Guard Recognition Week for the state of Wisconsin by Tony Evers, State Superintendent of Public Instruction.    Chris Joch, Superintendent of Schools for the Waterford Graded School District, expressed the community’s gratitude to the local adult […]

 
 

Absolutely Waterford sets fourth annual meeting Jan. 13

Absolutely Waterford will elect members of its 2015 Board of Directors during the group’s fourth Annual Meeting, scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 13, 5:30 p.m., in the Community Room at Waterford Public Library, 101 River St. The public is welcome and encouraged to attend. Hosted by the current Board of Directors, […]

 
 

Ladwig’s departure brings changes in Racine County leadership

Ladwig’s departure brings changes in County leadership By Patricia Bogumil Editor By Patricia Bogumil Editor A domino-like effect on Racine County government follows the Dec. 30 resignation of Jim Ladwig as Racine County Executive. Ladwig announced in October that he would resign from his elected post to become the new […]

 
 

Village funding award seeds spring plantings

By Patricia Bogumil Editor The Village of Waterford has received $750 from American Transmission Company to plant trees and other vegetation once winter is over. According to James Bergles, assistant director of the village’s Department of Public Works, the money will be used in the following ways: • One River […]

 
 

Election matchups offer some surprises

By Patricia Bogumil Editor Many – but not all – local races are uncontested for the April 2015 election. A few even offer voters some surprises. In particular, the Waterford Graded School Board is guaranteed a new look in 2015, with veteran board member Dan Jensen deciding not to seek […]

 
 
 
 
 

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