Rollin’ in the dough

Rollin’ in the dough

Two members of Norway Lutheran Evangelical Church, Wind Lake, volunteer to roll out the lefse for the annual Lutefisk dinner set for Saturday, Feb. 11. Tickets are $17.50 adults, $16 seniors, $7.50 ages 10 and younger. Children in highchairs eat free. For serving times or more information, call Joanne at […]


The house may be gone, but what’s most important is safe and sound

A fire of undetermined origin swept through the Shawn and Kim Thomas family home at 28430 Joanie Lane, Tichigan, on Jan. 27. A dozen fire companies fought the blaze for about 1-1/2 hours before bringing it under control.

By Patricia Bogumil   Staff Writer The family displaced by a multi-alarm fire that ravaged their Tichigan home last week is doing well, given the circumstances. “We’re doing well and we appreciate what everyone’s done. People have been great,” said Shawn Thomas, who lived at 28430 Joanie Lane with his […]


Waterford Graded School District briefs

District taking out RFP to examine financial status Waterford Graded school officials will be sending out a request for proposal (RFP) for financial services in the near future in an effort to gage the stability and solvency of the district. The issue was discussed at a School Board Personnel and […]


School District considers charging for facility use

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Waterford Graded School District officials are in the process of reviewing a facility usage policy pertaining to outside organizations using amenities at the four schools within the K-8 feeder district. At issue is whether organizations should be charged a rental fee. Recreation Director Susie Schuyler discussed […]


Summer childcare program to continue for 2012

Future still uncertain as School Board examines cost to district By Dave Fidlin Correspondent A popular childcare program could be in limbo as part of a greater discussion in the Waterford Graded School District about facility usage, rental fees and scheduling. The Waterford Area School-Age Program, or WASP, has been […]


Battle of the divas

Area students face off Saturday night in singing competition at WUHS By Jennifer Eisenbart Staff Writer Call it a miniature version of American Idol, if you will. The Riverport Chorus will present Diva Quest 2012 Saturday at Waterford Union High School at 6 p.m. Ten area high school students will […]


Middle school teacher charged with sexual assault of former student

Middle school teacher charged with sexual assault of former student

By Tracy Ouellette Staff Writer A 31-year-old Waterford man was charged with two counts of sexual intercourse with a child in Racine County Court Jan. 18. Craig S. Perino, a teacher at Hales Corners Lutheran School, stands accused of sexually assaulting a former student, now 16 years old, in his […]


Funeral services Saturday for Waterford grad killed in crash

Leah Jaskie, 19, died in crash early Sunday morning By Tracy Ouellette Staff Writer Funeral services for Leah Jaskie, 19, of Genoa City, formerly of Waterford, will be held Saturday at Mealy Funeral Home in Waterford. Jaskie, a 2011 Waterford Union High School graduate, was killed Jan. 22 car crash […]


Early retirement requests debated at School Board meeting

In the aftermath of Gov. Scott Walker’s Act 10 legislation, school districts – including Waterford Graded – wrangle with post-employment benefits. Locally, elected officials continued their discussion of the issue at a recent School Board Personnel and Finance Committee meeting and could have acted a retirement request at a regular […]


Residents on County Road L receive notification they are using the wrong address

By Tracy Ouellette Staff Writer Town of Waterford residents living on County Road L received letters in the mail today from the United States Postal Service saying they have been using the wrong address and will have to change to addresses that use “Janesville Drive” as their street. Waterford Town […]


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