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PREVIEW: Robson leads strong Catholic Central softball squad

PREVIEW: Robson leads strong Catholic Central softball squad

  Head coach: Bill Greskiw, 22nd season Assistant coaches: Tedd Shellberg, Carol Robers Last year: 19-8, 13-1 Metro Classic Conference, lost to Oakfield sectional semifinal Key losses: Katie Kubiak (C), Kacie Snyder (SS), Olivia Sobbe (1B), Bridgette Wright (CF) Key returners: Sydney Robson, jr., pitcher, MCC player of the year, […]

 
 

A ‘career’ for the kids

A ‘career’ for the kids

Campbell logged 31 years on the School Board   By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief As Bill Campbell closed the screen on his school district-issued laptop computer for the last time Monday night, he couldn’t help but marvel at how education has advanced in his lifetime. At the age of […]

 
 

Longtime assistant coach takes over Union Grove softball

Longtime assistant coach takes over Union Grove softball

By Tim Wester Sports Correspondent Less than 12 months ago, the Union Grove girls softball team ended its season just two wins short of a state championship. Now the Broncos find themselves in transition following the graduation of a talented senior class and the retirement of coach Ryan Boylen. Tom […]

 
 

Burlington track features young talent

Burlington track features young talent

  By Daniel Schoettler Sports Correspondent The Burlington Demons track and field team is gearing up for a successful outdoor season after participating in the Performance Running Outfitters Invitational a few weeks ago. “Our strengths this year are that we are young and full of young talent,” head coach Jason […]

 
 

Election review: Two upsets and a draw

Lena unseats Lembcke in Town of Dover By Dave Fidlin Correspondent With spring election season now in the rear-view mirror, results across Western Racine County have revealed several upsets and an unusual occurrence. Two veteran municipal leaders are leaving their posts this month as the results shake out and another […]

 
 

Little bite for this bark

Rochester resident gets kennel license, despite noise concerns By Dave Fidlin Correspondent A Village of Rochester resident has been awarded a new kennel license, though nearby residents’ noise concerns have prompted additional overtures aimed at containing and shielding the chorus of barking and yipping. Deedria Schaal, who owns a home […]

 
 

Roundabout project to begin this month

Roundabout project to begin this month

Overpass will be removed to create second access to educational campus By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief The Department of Transportation plans to begin later this month the removal of the Highway 142 overpass at McCanna Parkway and installation of a roundabout intersection at the site. Officials are expected to meet […]

 
 

Beyond a shadow of a doubt

Beyond a shadow of a doubt

With pigtails blowing in the breeze, Madelyn Korman casts an Easter Bunny-like shadow Saturday at Waterford Town Park as she participates in the Tichigan Lake Lions Club annual Easter Egg Hunt. (Submitted photo)

 
 

Young Union Grove soccer squad looks to build on history

Young Union Grove soccer squad looks to build on history

  By Tim Wester Sports Correspondent Despite having just three upperclassmen on his roster, Union Grove girls soccer coach Sean Jung is as optimistic as ever for his team’s prospects this season. Jung’s team had eight freshmen on the roster last sea-son that accounted for more than half of the […]

 
 

Locked and reloaded: Waterford baseball seeking conference championship

Locked and reloaded: Waterford baseball seeking conference championship

  By Chris Bennett Sports Correspondent The Waterford Union High School baseball team scored eight runs in the seventh inning and beat Elkhorn 22-15 April 8 in a Southern Lakes Conference game at Elkhorn. The Elks won the first game of the doubleheader 4-2. The Wolverines played Wilmot Tuesday at […]

 
 
 
 

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