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For local pastry chef, life in Wisconsin is a piece of cake

Sam Warren, the new pastry chef at Gooseberries, got into the business after growing up in a farming community in New York state. Deciding to follow her sister’s advice, Warren found a new career and life.

By Jennifer Eisenbart Staff writer                   Coming from a small town of about 1,000 people in upstate New York, Samantha (Sam) Warren isn’t exactly someone you would immediately consider as coming from a hotbed of a first-class chefs.                   “Where I grew up, it was a very poor farming town,” […]

 
 

Fourth-quarter rally pulls out win for Bronco boys

By David Paulsen SPORTS CORRESPONDENT For three quarters, it looked like winless Delavan-Darien might pull off a huge upset over the Union Grove boys’ basketball team Tuesday night. But a 26-13 margin in the final quarter gave the Broncos a 61-52 Southern Lakes Conference home win. “It was very scary […]

 
 

Bronco girls fall 53-31 to Wisconsin Lutheran

By David Paulsen SPORTS CORRESPONDENT In their poorest offensive effort of the season, the Union Grove High School girls’ basketball team lost to Wisconsin Lutheran 53-31 Tuesday at Milwaukee. The Broncos scored just 17 points total in the first three quarters, while Wisconsin Lutheran racked up 44. A 14-9 Bronco […]

 
 

Waterford roundup: Basketball teams both win

By Jennifer Eisenbart Sports editor An 18-point fourth quarter blew open a relatively close game for the Waterford boys basketball team Tuesday night, and the Wolverines went on to a 52-34 win over Lake Geneva Badger at home. The win improved Waterford to 6-2 in the Southern Lakes Conference and […]

 
 

Grapplers fall to Delavan-Darien

By David Paulsen SPORTS CORRESPONDENT It has been a difficult Southern Lakes Conference dual season for the inexperienced Union Grove High School wrestling squad. That continued Jan. 19 in a 60-18 loss at Delavan-Darien. The Bronco boys won just four of the 14 matches while falling to 0-6 in the […]

 
 

Wrestlers take second at Terry Kramer Open

By David Paulsen SPORTS CORRESPONDENT Four first-place finishes and one second led to a second-place team finish for the Waterford High School wrestling team at the Terry Kramer Open held at Fort Atkinson Saturday. Slinger won the event with 212 points, but Waterford finished second with 184. Fort Atkinson was […]

 
 

Wolverine gymnasts get first win of season

By David Paulsen SPORTS CORRESPONDENT Incorporating a number of new skills into their routines, the Waterford High School gymnastics team earned its first dual win of the season in a victory over Whitewater Jan. 19 at home. The WHS girls scored a season high 125.125 points, nearly five points above […]

 
 

Man remains in intensive care after being run over by pickup truck

Man remains in intensive care after being run over by pickup truck

Driver charged with injury by intoxicated use of a vehicle, second OWI By Tracy Ouellette Staff writer A 47-year-old Union Grove man was still in intensive care at Froedtert Hospital in Wauwatosa after being run over by a truck driven by a suspected drunken driver early Monday morning in Union […]

 
 

District seeks input on athletic field improvements

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Exterior facilities have become a hot topic in the Union Grove Union High School District as officials once again grapple with the thought of going out to referendum and planning for the future. District Administrator Al Mollerskov and other school officials will be soliciting community feedback […]

 
 

One singular sensation

One singular sensation

Members of the Sauk Prairie Executive Session show choir perform a number in the school’s “A Chorus Line” show Jan. 21 during the Chocolate City Showcase show choir competition at Burlington High School. Sauk Prairie finishedsecond overall behind Mayville in the five-choir field. (Photo by Jennifer Eisenbart)

 
 
 
 

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