Union Grove

Come in and enjoy the Graham Public Library’s new look

Come in and enjoy the Graham Public Library’s new look

Open house planned for April 11 to celebrate   By Julie Rossman Correspondent Renovation work at Graham Public Library is now complete and the public is invited to stop in and see the library’s fresh, new look. The nearly 6-month-long project includes a new furnace, windows, lighting and roof insulation. […]

 
 

Trophy winner of Bowling Battle of the Businesses announced

Trophy winner of Bowling Battle of the Businesses announced

Congratulations to Highway 50 Storage, the winners of the 2012 Bowling Battle of the Businesses with a combined score of 3,158. In a close second place was Dousman Transport with a score of 3,134; in third place was Old Settlers Bowling Center with a score of 3,129; in fourth place […]

 
 

Gassing up proves to be costly

By Patricia Bogumil Interim editor A 21-year-old Milwaukee man faces multiple felony charges in connection with an alleged daring daytime caper at Metro Milwaukee Auto Auction in the Town of Raymond. According to the criminal complaint filed in Racine County Circuit Court: An employee of the auction had parked a […]

 
 

Arts fair Inspired by Ryan brings community together

Arts fair Inspired by Ryan brings community together

    By Julie Rossman Correspondent The first Inspired by Ryan Arts Fair was a success on so many levels.  First, there were 300 donations from artists for the sale.  Second, there was a steady crowd of customers who came to shop.  Third, organizers succeeded in raising awareness about childhood […]

 
 

Three vie for two seats on Raymond Town Board

By Patricia Bogumil Interim editor Electors in the Town of Raymond will vote April 3 to fill two supervisory positions on the Raymond Town Board. The two-year town board supervisor positions pay $3,800 annually. • Incumbent Supervisor No. 3 Paul Ryan, who is running unopposed, shared candidate information, as shown […]

 
 

Plenty of unopposed candidates in April 3 elections

By Patricia Bogumil Interim editor While several school board and local municipal contests have generated enough interest to produce candidates vying against each other for a seat on the board, many other races in the April 3 election are uncontested. A listing follows of area seats appearing on the April […]

 
 

Concerns raised that Union Grove at-risk counselor position is at risk

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Guidance counseling services could be restructured in the near future at Union Grove High School. But, after recently fielding concerns that citizens raised about programs for at-risk students, district officials emphasize that no firm decisions have been made. District Administrator Al Mollerskov said a review of […]

 
 

Raymond School Board election offers four candidate choices

By Patricia Bogumil Interim editor Incumbent Steve Wallner faces challengers Charles “Russell” Eichner, Jennifer Hribar and Dawn Peterson in the April 3 election for two seats open on the Raymond School District 14 Board of Education. Incumbent Jeff James is not seeking re-election. The three-year positions pay $2,200 for board […]

 
 

Animal control policy tied to budget costs

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Union Grove could have an animal control enforcement policy on its books, but officials say implementation of that policy is still off into the future as logistical issues – including staff responsibilities and costs – are reviewed. Members of the Village Board’s Administration/Finance Committee discussed the […]

 
 

A bitter pill to swallow

Village officials discuss lack of local WRCHD clinic By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Union Grove officials met with staff members from the Western Racine County Health Department last week to discuss concerns about its program offerings and costs. The village’s future relationship with WRCHD is currently in question. Cheryl Mazmanian, director […]

 
 
 
 
 

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