Union Grove

Better safe than sorry

Better safe than sorry

Firefighter Justin Ehrhart teaches Peter Sutor how to use a fire extinguisher earlier this month when Kansasville Fire and Rescue hosted Pancake and Safety Day. The event featured fire and rescue demonstrations, children’s activities, equipment displays and a visit from the Flight for Life Helicopter. (Photo by Chad Hensiak)

 
 

Village hires new DPW director

Extensive search lasted more than five months By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Union Grove officials this month filled a five-month vacancy within the village’s public works department. After an extensive search, the Village Board on July 9 issued Richard Piette a $75,000 contract. His first day with the village is set […]

 
 

Firefighters still battling blaze in the Town of Norway

Firefighters still battling blaze in the Town of Norway

By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Since about 1 p.m. Sunday, firefighters from more than 40 agencies have battled a blaze at John’s Disposal, 7311 Omega Circle, in the Town of Norway. The four-alarm blaze, which caused Highway 45 to shut down for about five hours Sunday, has entered its 19th […]

 
 

A parade of little patriots

A parade of little patriots

Participants in last year’s Independence Day kiddie parade in Union Grove roll down Main Street on their decorated bicycles. The 2018 Independence Day parade in Union Grove will be held on Wednesday, July 4, at 9:15 a.m. The theme for this year’s parade is Building for the Future. Families can register their […]

 
 

Environmental testing finished on Granary site

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent One of the last remaining hurdles in the planned redevelopment of a dormant grain mill site in Union Grove is was crossed recently. At a Community Development Authority meeting June 19, Village Administrator Mark Janiuk confirmed the state Department of Natural Resources is concluding its review […]

 
 

Union Grove planners vote down concrete batch plant proposal

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Union Grove Trustee Christopher Gallagher did not mince words as he described his assessment of a proposed temporary concrete batch plant proposed on land a block off Highway 11. “The only thing louder than this operation is going to be the screams of the residents,” Gallagher […]

 
 

Failing culvert closes county highway

Failing culvert closes county highway

Highway U (80th Street), from Highway 20 north to County Highway K in the Town of Yorkville, was shut down Friday and is expected to be closed for four to six weeks while crews repair failing culvert, according to officials with Racine County. The road will be fully closed a […]

 
 

Off to see the Wizard

Off to see the Wizard

Mayor Munchkin (foreground, left) played by Matthew Milonas performs a number along with Dorothy, played by Haiden Kraus, and Dorothy’s dog, Toto, played by Mikayla Higgins (foreground, right). Students in the sixth- through eighth-grade choir at Yorkville School put on the musical “The Wizard of Oz” on May 11 and […]

 
 

Woman charged with escaping from Ellsworth

A preliminary hearing was scheduled for May 23 for an inmate charged with escaping from Ellsworth Correctional Facility in Union Grove Christine L. Abel, 36, now an inmate at the Brown County Jail in Green Bay, was charged May 1 in Racine County Circuit Court with escape and burglary of […]

 
 

Man, 21, dies in rollover crash

Man, 21, dies in rollover crash

A 21-year-old man died late Thursday after the car he was driving struck two utility poles and a rock before rolling over into a yard in the Town of Raymond, according to the Racine County Sheriff’s Department. The single-vehicle crash occurred shortly before 10:09 p.m. in the 3900 block of […]

 
 
 
 
 

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