Deaths Feb. 20, 2017: Mary Jean Hapner, Robert L. Martin

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The following deaths of local residents and those with local connections are being reported by funeral homes today. Click on name to see obituary/service information:

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Units responding for fire in Trevor

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Photo by kconnors via morgueFile.com

At about 1:05 p.m., Town of Salem Fire/Rescue and Bristol Fire and Rescue units are responding to a report of a fire in the 11400 block of 270th Avenue in Trevor.

Per dispatch: Fire appears to be in an attic.

UPDATE 1:07 p.m. — Unit on the scene reports flames coming from the attic.

Deal of the Day: Hill Country Market $25 gift card half off

HCMl-west-of-the-i-web-ad-(1)Have you heard about our feature at West of the I called Deal of the Day? It offers you great values on goods and services from local businesses. Here’s how it works. We offer a gift certificate or gift card from a local business for half price of its face value. For example, you get a $50 gift card but only pay $25 for it. Now that’s a deal!

Today’s offering is from Hill Country Market, 7510 288th Ave, Suite #1, Salem. Hill Country Market features local, organic, and gluten-free grocery products, produce, fine cheese, sausage, wine and beer, gourmet sandwiches, homemade soups, deli items, fresh meat, baked goods and more. They believe that fresh, local, and natural ingredients are best. You can even expect to see produce straight from their garden during the growing season. Make sure you visit the tea and coffee bar at Hill Country Market and the deli offering quality meat and cheeses from Boar’s Head. Hungry? Check out Hill Country Market’s unique, made-to-order sandwiches and panini’s as well as salads, soups of the day, fresh baked goods, and more.

Today’s offer is for a $25 Hill Country Market gift card that you can buy for $13.50 ($1 processing fee included). Full description of conditions is available here. It’s easy to purchase a Deal of the Day! Click the button below and you will be taken to PayPal’s site, where you can securely pay with a credit card or through your PayPal account. A PayPal account is not needed. We instantly receive notice of your purchase and we mail out the certificate usually the same day. Click the button to get your Deal of the Day!





A word from our sponsors: St. Alphonsus Parish Lenten fish boil is March 3

Layout 1Note: St. Alphonsus is a westofthei.com sponsor. This is a paid announcement. – DH

St. Alphonsus Parish will once again host its famous Lenten fish boils.

The first lenten fish boil will take place on Friday, March 3, from 4:30 to 8  p.m. at St. Alphonsus Parish Center, 6211 344 th Avenue, New Munster.

The fish boil features all-you- can-eat boiled fish, potatoes, onions, carrots, coleslaw, bread, dessert, milk and coffee. Grilled cheese sandwiches are also served. Carryouts are available.

Ticket prices: Adults (12 & older) $12, children (ages 4-11) $6, ages 3 and under free.

For more information call St. Alphonsus Parish at 262.537.4370.

St. Alphonsus will host two additional fish boils on March 10 and March 31.

Deaths Feb. 19, 2017: Thomas Leonard Schwenn

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The following deaths of local residents and those with local connections are being reported by funeral homes today. Click on name to see obituary/service information:

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Twin Lakes Scout earns Eagle Scout rank — and a surprise

Jeff Barber, Liam Barber and Patty Laverty. /Contributed photo

Jeff Barber, Liam Barber and Patty Laverty. /Contributed photo

The effort of Liam Barber, 18, of Twin Lakes, to attain the rank of Eagle Scout reached its conclusion last weekend.

But his parents, Patty Laverty and Jeff Barber, had a surprise in mind that they presented Liam with Thursday.

His parents had told Liam that if he attained Eagle rank they would buy him a car. But as the reality of completing the Eagle work drew closer, the car didn’t look likely, Laverty said.

But last week, his parents were able to get the car after all and they presented it to him as a surprise Thursday evening at the Twin Lakes Subway, where Liam works.

“He’s just so good,” Laverty said of her son, citing how he uses his wages to help with household and school expenses as an example.

On the night of the surprise, the Subway was pretty crowded as Randall School was holding a fundraiser that night, said Robyn Sarbacker, who owns the store along with her sister Erica Feeney. As the car surprise unfolded, Laverty had many eyes in the shop misting up as she talked about Liam.

“Everybody loves him here,” Sarbacker said of Liam. “He’s a good kid.”

Liam, of Twin Lakes and a student at Wilmot Union High School, is a member of Troop 329, for which Jeff Barber is assistant Scoutmaster. For his Eagle community service project, Liam built a path in a Wilmot cemetery to improve access. Liam’s inspiration to become Eagle came from his grandpa – Floyd Barber, Laverty said.

/Contributed photo

/Contributed photo

Here are some photos of Liam and the work in the cemetery:
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Deputies responding for crash in Paddock Lake

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Photo by kconnors via morgueFile.com

At about 1:52 p.m., sheriff’s deputies are responding to a report of a crash in the 23800 block of Highway K in Paddock Lake.

Per dispatch:Two vehicles involved. No injuries being reported at this time.

UPDATE 1:55 p.m. — Deputy on scene says vehicles are not blocking traffic.

A word from our sponsors: Feb. 19, 2017 open houses from Bear Realty’s Glenda and Butch Dupons

AD-bear-realty-glenda-butch-revise2Note: Glenda and Butch Dupons, of Bear Realty, are westofthei.com sponsors.

Here are open houses being hosted today by Glenda and Butch Dupons, of Bear Realty (click the links below for more information):

1406 88th Ave, Kenosha

33100 120th St, Twin Lakes

24621 121st Pl, Trevor

23300 111th St, Trevor

7113-7111 368th Ave, Burlington

606 Pinehurst Ct, Twin Lakes

Deaths Feb. 18, 2017: James Louis Schaefer

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The following deaths of local residents and those with local connections are being reported by funeral homes today. Click on name to see obituary/service information:

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A word from sponsors: Aging Mastery Program® to be held at Westosha Senior Community Center

westosha-senior-center-aging-mastery-2-2017-webNote: Westosha Senior Community Center is a westofthei.com sponsor. This is a paid announcement. — DH

The Aging Mastery Program®, sponsored by the National Council on Aging, is coming to the Westosha Senior Community Center.

Geared towards seniors 50 years and older, this is a fun program that will help older adults improve their health, financial security, and overall well-being.

  • 6-Week Class, Saturdays.
  • Begins Feb. 25 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
  • Refreshments and lunch provided at each class.
  • Hear from speakers, engage in class activities and meet new friends.
  • Over $60 in value for just $25 (scholarships available, ask for details).

Pre-registration is required. Limited spots available.

Contact Shanon Page at (262) 891-3436 or via email at director@westoshaseniorcenter.com to register for The Aging Mastery Program®

The Westosha Senior Center offers a multitude of programs:

  • Chair Exercise.
  • Bingo.
  • Crafter’s Corner.
  • Chair Massage.
  • Chair Yoga.
  • Oil Painting.
  • Ceramics.
  • Line Dancing.
  • Bread & Bakery.
  • Pinochle.
  • Pool.
  • Free WiFi.

The Westosha Senior Community Center is located at 19200 93 rd Street (Highway C) Bristol. Phone: (262) 891-3436. Website: www.westoshaseniorcenter.com. Follow on Facebook.

Salem Grade School honor roll second quarter 2016-17

This post was sponsored by Paddock Lake Pet Services

The following students were named to the Salem Grade School second quarter 2016-17 honor roll:

Eighth grade

High honors — Jillian Adams, Laura Beinecke, Jordan Farnsworth, Michelle Frahm, Allison Gerrits, Katelyn Hannah, Shannon Hughes, Layni Kennell, Maya Klementzos, Grace Krueger, Anna MacIntyre, Valarie Meyer, Madilynn Mitacek, Madeline Nulph, Saralynn Parker, Julisa Sand, Kelsi Santos, Ashton Sumwalt, Shawna Vermilyer, Emily Wermeling.

Honors — Courtnee Bader, Carolann Bradley, Ava Bridleman, Nolan Bruni, Sofia Bryan, Teegan DeHamer, Sean Fookes, Joshua Greenwood, Lauren Haak, Aubrianna Henke, Corey Hinze, Jessie Jahneke, Aydan Kovachik, Madison Lopatka, Alexa Luce, Joshua McConnell, Kyle Mitchell, Tyler Moats, Riese Mosback, Rebecca Pauletti, Jeremiah Perrault, Mackenzie Ruth, Madison Sheen, Angela Smith, Liliana Sobczak, Jonathan Steinbach, Abigayle Stichauf, Joseph Sullivan, Aynslie Tullis, Ryan Ultsch, Hannah Volbrecht, Corwin Wheeler-Rowe, Caden Wyatt.

Seventh Grade

High honors — Chloe Alcalde, Hayley Anderson, Michael Ash, Isabella Avila, Connor Barribeau, Bradley Bell, Carson Burbach, Cody Bykowski, Carlee Diggs, Glen Dittmer, Joel Engberg, Kyle Ferris, Veda Gibbs, Doreen Grubb, Alexis Hora, Sophia Hull, Tristin Jantz, Aryna Karnila, Zachary Kazumura, Keegan Kearby, Kiley Kennedy, Ethan Liberman, Brooke Lindom, Julia Luellen, Jake Roberts, Trinay Rudd, Derek Sieberth, Kurkash Toor, Colten Tramburg, Dakota Veium, Steven Verhaalen, Ava Viirre, Benjamin Wade, Autumn Wright.

Honors — Logan Baratki, Alexander Bierman, Connor Carlson, Ashlynn Day, Kalai Dovas, Kylee Grosch, Isaac Grosskurth, Evie Hinze, Lilly Hudon, Andrew Jackson, Maggie Kimpler, Lindsay Koza, Lauren Landry, Alexis McCracken, Beckham Perez, Elliott Perez, Mateo Quiroz, Emily Ramirez, Evan Rosenick, Connor Schmidt, Sabrina Shoulders, Riley Spencer, Drew Stueber, Tyler Tennis, Cooper Wyatt.

Sixth grade

High honors — Brandon Beauford, Zabeth Bolte, Levi Boulieu-Bruns, John Bremer, Rebecca Bricco, Dylan Bruni, Mackenzie Cain, Isabella Cook, Brooke Gerrits, Emma Gold, Brooke Hahn, Alyssa Klementzos, Max Lebo, Taylor Lopatka, Zoe McNeill, Chase Mosback, Maxwell Nulph, Nina Pelli, Jeffrey Ramirez, Evan Rasch, Trinity Rausch, Allie Rhoades, Darrah Rice, Brayden Roed, Tyler Shike, Alexander Sippy, Holly Skinner, Lucas Sternberg, Monica Teumer, Sabrina Vernezze, Connor Wade, Tony Wegel.

Honors — Angelo Body, Cecelia Bradley, Avianna Copeland, Marayah Drakes, Joseph Gibbs, Jacob Goodson, Jacob Grabarec, Neive Graniel, Paige Hahn, Ethan Hanrahan, Abigail Jackley, Nora Lawson, Kyle Martinez, Kendall McCracken, Holly Murphey, Greg Onan, Austin Orth, Ashlee Pfeiffer, Jonathan Pickens, Alyssa Pursley, Matthew Schulz, Nathan Smothers, Amelia Tennis, Jeremy Ursin, Ryan Wagner, Holley Welch, Danielle Wilkinson, Aiden Williams.

This post was sponsored by Paddock Lake Pet Services

Local fire department responding for mutual aid to Antioch

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Photo by kconnors via morgueFile.com

At about 12:55 p.m., Bristol Fire and Rescue is responding to a mutual aid request from the Antioch Fire Department.

Per dispatch: Bristol being requested to respond with a truck to the scene of a structure fire on West Calvin Drive, Antioch.

A word from our sponsors: Feb. 18, 2017 open houses from Bear Realty’s Glenda and Butch Dupons

AD-bear-realty-glenda-butch-revise2Note: Glenda and Butch Dupons, of Bear Realty, are westofthei.com sponsors.

Here are open houses being hosted today by Glenda and Butch Dupons, of Bear Realty (click the links below for more information):

1406 88th Ave, Kenosha

Deaths Feb. 17, 2017: Maryanne Contant, Kendall M. Gentz

This post sponsored by Westosha Floral.

The following deaths of local residents and those with local connections are being reported by funeral homes today. Click on name to see obituary/service information:

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Units responding for investigation in Wheatland

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Photo by kconnors via morgueFile.com

At about 5:48 p.m., Town of Wheatland Fire Department units and a sheriff’s deputy are responding to the 6800 block of 317th Ave in Wheatland.

Per dispatch: Smoke and flames reported.

UPDATE 5:52 p.m. — Deputy and fire personnel on the scene say report appears to be regarding an attended brush fire.

Brighton School Honor Roll second quarter 2016-17

Note: This post sponsored by Bumper to Bumper Paddock Lake Auto Parts. — DH

The following students were named to the Brighton School honor roll for the second quarter of the 2016-17 school year:

Principal’s honor roll

Fifth grade — Grace Davy, Jackson  Golla, Chloe Rausch, Samantha Rausch, Brielle Ryshkus, Reese Spafford, Camryn Stillman, Paige Sullivan, Andrew Wolf.

Sixth grade — Brayden Coots, Austin Dawson, Cate Debell, Sydney Dome, Vivian Dufek, Clare Fallon, Frederick Goetz, Nathan Nelson, Olivia Rasch,
Lucas Sullivan, Seth Taylor, Cordelia Wallace,.

Seventh grade — Evan Beth, Phineas Doyle-Bruce, Kelsey Duhig, Simone Felber, Juliana Golla, Kolton Krueger, Holly Ludwig, Rebecca Springer,
Samantha Taylor, Carlie Vorpagel.

Eighth grade — Abigail Conrad, Hannah Coots, Noah Dufek, Emmarie Eppers, Megan Fliess, Megan Lejcar, Alyssa Meyer, Antonina Miller, Sydney Nys, Daniel Patten, Jacob Seward, Matthew Smith, Chloe Uhlenhake, Alexandra Wolf.

Honor roll

Fifth grade — Chloe Andersen, Chloe Brown, Owen Keller, Kailee Krueger, Andrew Lofgren, Ethan Pedersen, Weston Wisnefski.

Sixth grade — Mikayla Amick, Richard Davy, Katelyn Griffey, Delaney Koltanowski, Rabeka Liberto, Tanner Obregon, Aidan Runyan, Jentry Shouse.

Seventh grade — Ella Birkholz, Benjamin Bruzas, Ean Daniels, Ellie Daniels, Jackson Garcia, Reece Haney, Trinity Koltanowski, Jacob Kreuscher, Raven  Schiavo.

Eighth grade — Ashland Boero, Donald Brand, Max Calzada, Lili Welker, Lexie Wisnefski.

A-B honor roll

Fifth grade — Connor Brown, Travis Larson.

Sixth grade — James Hernandez, Tristan Peyron, Elizabeth Wisnefski.

Seventh grade — Owen Andersen, Morgan Buchberger, Alexis Obregon.

Note: This post sponsored by Bumper to Bumper Paddock Lake Auto Parts. — DH

Units responding for fire along Paddock Lake-Brighton border

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Photo by kconnors via morgueFile.com


At about 2:38 p.m., Town of Salem Fire/Rescue and Bristol Fire and Rescue units and a sheriff’s deputy are responding to a fire at Highways K and EW along the Paddock Lake-Brighton border.

Per dispatch: A possible grass fire has been reported.

A word from our sponsors: Wisconsin Emissions Testing available at Wilmot Auto Service

wilmot-auto-exterior-2011-webNote: Wilmot Auto Service is a westofthei.com sponsor. — DH

Wisconsin Emissions Tests can now be done at Wilmot Auto Service.

The test is free to you. Call 862-6300 for an appointment. Hours are Monday through Friday 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday 7:30 to 11 a.m.

Wilmot Auto Service, Inc is an independent auto repair shop and has earned the Blue Seal of Excellence Recognition as prescribed by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence, (ASE), a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of vehicle repair and service by means of voluntary testing and certification for automotive repair and service professionals.

Dwayne & Cindy Garwood are the owners and Dwayne is an ASE Master technician and has been in the automotive repair business for over 25 years, 16 of these years have been in Wilmot. Dwayne’s grandpa Harmon Garwood started Wilmot Auto Service in 1951. They are celebrating 66 years in business. He employs ASE certified and ASE master technicians. Dwayne’s commitment to you has always been to offer the highest quality, honest and friendly auto service.

Wilmot Auto Service offers a variety of services like alignments, brakes, tires, timing belts, check engine lights and state inspections. They can be reached at 262-862-6300. They are located at 11307 Fox River Rd. Wilmot, WI 53192 with the BP gas station in downtown Wilmot. www.wilmotautoservice.com

Spring Election 2017: Silver Lake-Salem Joint Dist. 1 School Board primary questionnaire answers

Voters in the Silver Lake-Salem Joint District 1 (Riverview School) will have the opportunity to vote in a school board  primary election on Tuesday, Feb. 21.

The primary will narrow the field from five candidates to four candidates. Two seats will be filled by the subsequent election in April.

Each school board candidate was sent the same request for biographical information and a set of questions. Following are their answers:

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Unseasonably warm temperatures to continue through Wednesday

hot-thermometer-istockI know we have reported on the prospect of an unseasonably warm weekend a few times this week, but, I will admit, it has been with some dread that the forecast was going to change and not for the better.

Well, here we are, it’s Friday, and the weekend forecast still looks great and the run of warm weather has expanded into the middle of next week.

The latest, local National Weather Service forecast calls for high temperatures to be in the high to mid 50s through Wednesday. To add to the effect, skies Friday, Saturday and Sunday should be sunny.

When there is wind, it should be in the 5 to 10 mph range through the warm spell.

Some chance of rain does creep into the forecast starting Monday night and extending into early Tuesday.

Enjoy!

Units responding for investigation in Twin Lakes

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Photo by kconnors via morgueFile.com

At about 7:35 p.m., Twin Lakes Fire and Rescue units and Twin Lakes Police officers are responding for an investigation in the 100 block of Legion Drive in Twin Lakes.

Per dispatch: Caller is reporting a smell of propane or natural gas outside.

Riverview School holds 2017 Fab 5

/Submitted photo

/Submitted photo

Riverview School held it’s annual Fab 5 Event Feb. 3

Fab 5 is a community building event with 5th through 8th grade students. Students sign up to participate in the event and then are randomly placed on teams with approximately the same number of students from each grade  level (approx. 3 fifth graders, 3 sixth graders, 4-6 students combined from 7th and 8th grade). Students are then randomly assigned a coach (teachers and staff members who volunteer to coach a team). Coaches meet with the students to determine who will be competing in which events and then helps them to practice for their events. These teams then compete against each other in five categories: 3 on 3 basketball, American Idol, Scrabble, Pictionary and Math 24.

The last event is a 10 station obstacle course, which everyone competes in. The other team members also help each other practice for their events by helping with Math 24, guessing drawings for Pictionary, playing some practice Scrabble games, listening to their performer for “Idol”, and playing against each other for 3 on 3 basketball.

Fab 5 allows students to meet and work with students from other grade levels that they would normally never have an opportunity to do. Team members are given a score in each event and then the scores are added up to determine the Fab Five Fantastic winners of the evening. One team wins the traveling spirit award. They are nominated by the volunteers who run the individual event stations.

Here are some more photos:
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Units responding for investigation in Bristol

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Photo by kconnors via morgueFile.com

At about 6:50 p.m., Bristol Fire and Rescue units and sheriff’s deputies are responding to a business at Highway 50 and Highway MB in Bristol.

Per dispatch: A passerby reported seeing smoke coming from a store building.

A word from our sponsors: Explore nursing positions at United Hospital System

Note: United Hospital System is a westofthei.com sponsor. This is a paid announcement. — DH

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Units responding for car fire in Wheatland

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Photo by kconnors via morgueFile.com

At about 11:50 a.m., Town of Wheatland Fire Department and Twin Lakes Rescue units are responding to a report of a car fire.

Per dispatch: Vehicle is in the 31200 block of Highway 50 in Wheatland.

UPDATE 11:54 a.m. — Deputy arriving on scene reports minor smoke but no flames seen. Car is a black Honda in the eastbound lanes. All occupants out of the car.

UPDATE 12:06 p.m. — Fire unit on scene reports no fire. Clearing the scene to return to quarters.

President Bruce Nopenz comments at first Salem Lakes Village Board meeting (VIDEO)

The first Salem Lakes Village Board meeting was held Wednesday evening.

Salem Lakes is the new village created through the merger of the town of Salem and the village of Silver Lake.  That merger took effect Feb. 14.

At the beginning of the meeting, village President Bruce Nopenz delivered the following comments:

On its surface, the meeting looked a lot like a Silver Lake Village Board meeting. The meeting was held in Silver Lake Village Hall. The current members of the new village board are the members of the Silver Lake Village Board, though that could change for four of the seven positions after the April 4 elections for Salem Lakes president and trustee.

One thing that was different: Board members were dressed in formal business attire, substantially more upscale than the typical attire at Silver Lake Village Board meetings. Asked about it before the meeting, Nopenz said the board did not want to be out done by the similar attire worn by the Town of Salem Board members at its last meeting on Monday.

Deal of the Day: Glazed Bakery $10 gift card half off

glazed-ad-1Have you heard about our feature at West of the I called Deal of the Day? It offers you great values on goods and services from local businesses. Here’s how it works. We offer a gift certificate or gift card from a local business for half price of its face value. For example, you get a $50 gift card but only pay $25 for it. Now that’s a deal!

Our offering today is from Glazed Bakery on 24123 75th Street, Paddock Lake. Glazed specializes in cakes for all occasions. There’s a coffee bar and delicious pastries, bread, cookies, donuts and breads on sale every day. Indoor and outdoor seating. Hours are 5:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days a week. The offered gift certificate is for $10 towards baked goods which we are selling for $5.75 (includes 75 cent processing). Full description of conditions is available here. It’s easy to purchase a Deal of the Day! Click the button below and you will be taken to PayPal’s site, where you can securely pay with a credit card or through your PayPal account. A PayPal account is not needed. We instantly receive notice of your purchase and we mail out the certificate usually the same day. Click the button to get your Deal of the Day!





Westosha Falcons Youth Football open house is Feb 18; registration dates in early March

westosha-falcons-youth-football-logoThe Westosha Falcons Youth Football (WFYF) feeder football program invites local youth in 3rd through 8th grades (current grades 2nd-7th) to join this 100 percent all-play football league for the 2017 season.

The WFYF league is Heads-Up Tackling Certified and develops positive athletes and young people both on and off the field. This program has a focus on safety, 100 percent play, positive coaching, fundamentals, sportsmanship, and academics.

Season conditioning will be held Aug. 1-4, with practices beginning on Aug. 7 . All league games are played on Saturdays beginning after Labor Day.

Early bird pricing is $175 until April 1 and $200 after that date, with a $25 registration discount per sibling.

New player referral discount is available. Players may also register for summer camp ($40 fee) to be held July 10-13 at Central High School.

The WFYF Open house will take place Saturday, Feb. 18, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Central High School cafeteria.

WFYF in person registration dates are: March 8 and 22, 5-7 p.m., Westosha Central High School lobby.

Contact WFYF at 262-287-7410 for additional information.

William Hopkins appointed to Salem Lakes Village Board

William Hopkins was appointed Wednesday by the Salem Lakes Village Board to fill a vacant trustee seat.

The appointment was approved 5-1 by a written ballot among the board members.

Hopkins will fill the remainder of the term of Daniel Withers, who resigned in December due to an out of state job assignment. That term expires in April 2018.

The appointment came after three candidates for the position were interviewed by the board at Wednesday’s meeting.

The appointment, one of the first actions by the Village Board at the first meeting since Salem Lakes was created on Feb. 14 by the merger of Salem and Silver Lake, comes after filling the seat was put off for two previous meetings of the Silver Lake Village Board.

Though the appointment came after the merger, only credentials from interested Silver Lake residents were considered because of when the process began.

Hopkins said he has lived in Silver Lake for 28 years. He retired from the U.S. Navy and later worked for a pharmaceutical company. He formerly was a member and president of the Riverview School Board.

During his interview answers, Hopkins said “I think with this merger there is an opportunity to really put a best foot forward.” He said he would aim “to create a community that people are looking to move into, not out of …”

 

 

Deaths Feb. 15, 2017: Sheila M. Bourn, Leo A. Bergles Jr.

This post sponsored by Westosha Floral.

The following deaths of local residents and those with local connections are being reported by funeral homes today. Click on name to see obituary/service information:

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