Waterford

Police Tase man who ran from OWI stop

A preliminary hearing is scheduled for April 18 for a Cudahy man charged with a seventh drunken-driving offense in the Town of Norway. Andrew E. Clemence, 40, was charged April 9 in Racine County Circuit Court with operating while intoxicated, seventh offense; obstructing an officer; possession of drug paraphernalia; and […]

 
 

WUHS to make changes to co-curricular code of conduct

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Waterford Union High School officials are in the midst of reviewing a code of conduct document for students in all co-curricular activities. The changes are expected to go into effect this fall. Jill Stobber, athletic and activities director, discussed the proposed changes with the WUHS School […]

 
 

High school students to get laptops

High school students to get laptops

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Waterford Union High School will be joining many of its peers throughout the region by rolling out a one- to-one laptop program for students this fall. After weighing the merits of such a program in late February, the School Board at its most recent meeting March […]

 
 

Village considering bridge design elements in preparation for 83-20 work

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Behind-the-scenes planning on next year’s long-discussed reconstruction of highways 83 and 20 in the Village of Waterford is near the end of the road. Village officials continue to work with the state Department of Transportation on several granular details, including the appearance of the bridge going […]

 
 

Bark for Life set for April 22

Bark for Life set for April 22

Dogs, owners to walk for cancer survivors The American Cancer Society’s fourth annual Bark for Life fund-raising event will take place from noon to 2:30 p.m. April 22 at Waterford union High School. The event aims to honor the contributions of pets and the comfort and companionship they give cancer […]

 
 

Waterford woman wins Mrs. Wisconsin title

Waterford woman wins Mrs. Wisconsin title

Wife, mother to compete in national pageant in Florida By Vicky Wedig Editor A wife and mother of three girls from Waterford won this year’s Mrs. Wisconsin title. Michelle Weisheim, who competed in the state pageant for the fourth year, was awarded the crown and banner and will compete in […]

 
 

Rochester panel gives final OK to Casey’s plans on Highway 36

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent A gas station and convenience store proposed on a high-profile parcel in Rochester has been given the green light to proceed. The decision comes after a months-long review process. Late last fall, village officials began reviewing the future of a 2.3-acre parcel near highways 36 and […]

 
 

WUHS officials consider creating one-to-one laptop program

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Waterford Union High School could soon join its fellow K-8 feeder schools – and scores of other statewide districts – and begin offering issued laptops to each of its students through a gradual rollout process. Superintendent Keith Brandstetter and Principal Dan Foster discussed with WUHS’ School […]

 
 

Week of events raises funds for all-abilities playground

Week of events raises funds for all-abilities playground

The Waterford High School National Honor Society had its NHS and Best Buddy inclusive week earlier this month. Activities throughout the week raised funds for an all-abilities playground to be built at Whitford Park. Among the events was casual and comfy jeans week. Schools and businesses that participated in the […]

 
 

Five vie for 2 open supervisor seats on Waterford Town Board

Five vie for 2 open supervisor seats on Waterford Town Board

Tuesday primary will narrow the field of candidates for April election   By Dave Fidlin CORRESPONDENT Five Town of Waterford residents — including the two incumbents — are facing off against one another next week for the two open seats up for grabs in April. The large number of candidates […]

 
 
 
 
 

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