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Units responding for burning in Randall

At about 4:01 p.m., Randal Fire Department and Twin Lakes Rescue units and a sheriff’s deputy are responding to a report of burning in the 33300 block of 125th Street in Randall. Share4 Tweet Share Pin +1 StumbleShares 4

Randall considering creating service memorial

The Randall Town Board is considering creating a public memorial to people who have performed exceptional community service during their lives. Chairman Bob Stoll brought up the idea for discussion at a recent Town Board meeting. “It would be nice if we had something like plaques or bricks, something we could use when someone passes,” […]

DNR boat launch on Powers Lake to close Thursday for paving

The Department of Natural Resources boat launch on Powers Lake will close Thursday for paving, Randall town Supervisor Mark Halvey said. Halvey did not know how long the launch would be closed. The launch is located at 39333 Bloomfield Road (Highway P) in Powers Lake. Share Tweet Share Pin +1 StumbleShares 0

Slow no wake ordered for Powers Lake and Lake Benedict

The Randall Town Board has issued a slow no wake order for Powers Lake and Lake Benedict effective immediately, said town Chairman Bob Stoll in a Friday evening announcement. An obstruction at the outlet of Powers Lake was removed by the village of Bloomfield earlier this week restoring the normal outflow, Stoll said. Slow no […]

Units responding for crash in Wheatland

At about 8:58 p.m., Town of Wheatland Fire Department units and sheriff’s deputies are responding for a report of a crash at 77th Street and 314th Avenue in Wheatland. Per dispatch: Caller says they are in a vehicle surrounded by water, but they do not believe they are in a pond of lake. Water is […]

Slow no wake lifted for Powers Lake and Lake Benedict

A slow no wake order has been lifted for Powers Lake and Lake Benedict in Randall, Randall town Chairman Bob Stoll said in an email announcement. The slow no wake was originally imposed Saturday when water levels at the official gauge exceeded 1.5 feet. Share Tweet Share Pin +1 StumbleShares 0

Slow no wake order issued for Powers Lake and Lake Benedict

A slow no wake order has been issued for Powers Lake and Lake Benedict, Randall town Chairman Bob Stoll announced Saturday. The order is in effect until further notice. At the gauge, water level was between 1.6 and 1.7 feet, Stoll said.  The benchmark is 1,5 feet. Share Tweet Share Pin +1 StumbleShares 0

Units responding for crash in Randall

At about 8:07 a.m., sheriff’s deputies are responding for a report of a crash at 87th Street and 368th Avenue in Randall. Per dispatch: Two vehicles involved. Share5 Tweet Share Pin +1 StumbleShares 5

Swimming advisory lifted at Powers Lake

A swimming advisory for Powers Lake beach issued Tuesday has been lifted after retesting showed normal levels of E.coli there. Cautions are issued for results of more than 235 E.coli/100 mL. Beaches are closed to swimming for a test result of more than 1,000 E.coli/100 mL. The re-test at Powers Lake showed 12 E.coli/100 mL, said […]

Accident

4:28 pm Randall Fire and Twin Lakes Fire and Rescue were dispatched to and injury accident 39900 block of 97th St. Vehicle vs child. Share5 Tweet Share Pin +1 StumbleShares 5

Units responding for crash in Randall

At about 6:41 a.m., Randall Fire Department and Twin Lakes Fire and Rescue units and a sheriff’s deputy are responding to the 8900 block of Highway O in Randall for a report of a crash. Per dispatch: One vehicle involved. Vehicle may have struck a utility pole. UPDATE about 6:51 a.m. –Deputy reports to dispatch […]

Info sought to identify woman struck by lightning at Country Thunder

The Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department is looking for information to identify a woman struck by lightning early Friday morning at the Country Thunder music festival in Randall. From a news release issued Friday morning: The Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department is investigating an incident where a Country Thunder attendee appears to have been struck by lightning.  […]

Units responding for crash in Randall

At about 6:08 p.m., Randall Fire Department and Twin Lakes Rescue units are responding to a report of a crash in the 12700 block of Highway KD in Randall. Per disptch: Crash involved a motorcycle and maybe another vehicle. Share11 Tweet Share Pin +1 StumbleShares 11

Slow, no wake lifted for Lake Benedict, Lake Tombeau and Powers Lake

The slow, no wake order has been lifted for Lake Benedict, Lake Tombeau and Powers Lake, Randall town Clerk Callie Rucker announced Monday. The lakes had been under a slow no wake order due to high levels from recent rain. Share11 Tweet Share Pin +1 StumbleShares 11

Units responding for fire in Randall

At about 6:15 p.m., Randall Fire Department and Twin Lakes Rescue units and a sheriff’s deputy are responding for a report of a fire in the 33200 block of 125th Street in Randall. Per dispatch: Caller reporting a riding lawn mower in fire outside. UPDATE about 6:18 p.m. — Units are the scene report fire […]

Missing pets: Dog found in Randall

This dog was found Wednesday morning on 125th Street and Richmond Road in Randall. Contact Barb Halvey at 262-492-4400 for information or retrieval. Share44 Tweet Share Pin +1 StumbleShares 44

Burning ban lifted in Randall

A burning ban enacted last week for Randall has been lifted. The lifting of the ban was due to recent rain and decreased wind, Randall Fire Department Chief Ken Foszcz said in a statement distributed to the media Monday. Share Tweet Share Pin +1 StumbleShares 0

Open burning ban issued for Randall

A ban on opening burning in Randall has been issued by Randall Fire Department Chief Ken Fosczc. From a statement issued Wednesday: Following discussions with other Fire Department officials I respectfully am placing a burn ban on open burning effective immediately for all areas covered by the Town of Randall Fire Department. The ban will stay in […]

Units responding for fire in Randall

At about 1:40 p.m., Randall Fire Department and Twin Lakes Fire and Rescue units are responding to a report of a fire in the 40200 block of 106th Street in Randall. UPDATE about 1:43 p.m. — Deputy on scene reports flames visible and an explosion of a propane tank on a deck. UPDATE about 1:46 […]

UPDATE: Illinois woman dies in Wilmot crash

A woman from Illinois died in a crash Saturday in Wilmot. The woman’s identity was released by the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department on Monday as Lisa Fagan, 47. From a news release from the Sheriff’s Department: On 04-28-18 at approximately 6:32 pm, the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department along with Randall Township Fire and Rescue (Note: Silver Lake […]

2018 Randall Fire Department Easter Egg Hunt coverage (PHOTOS)

The Randall Fire Department hosted its annual Easter Egg Hunt Saturday at Station No. 1 in Powers Lake. The event was free to children 3-11 years old. Besides the hunt, it also included games and activities. Here are some more photos: Share27 Tweet Share Pin +1 StumbleShares 27

Units responding for accident

Twin Lakes Fire and Twins Rescue and Randall Fire are responding the report of a motorcycle accident 11600 block of 342nd Ave at 2:49 pm. 2:56 pm two motorcycles down,one patient Share28 Tweet Share Pin +1 StumbleShares 28

Units responding for fire in Wilmot

At about 1:19 p.m., Randall Fire Department, Town of Wheatland Fire Department, Twin Lakes Fire Department and Salem Lakes Fire/Rescue units and a sheriff’s deputy are responding to a business in the 11900 Fox River Road in Wilmot for a fire. Per dispatch: Fire is reported as rubber burning outside of a building. UPDATE 1:23 […]

Units responding for crash in Randall

At about 9:56 a.m., Randall Fire Department and Silver Lake Rescue Squad units and sheriff’s deputies are responding for a crash int he 31600 block of Bassett Road (Highway F) in Randall. Per dispatch: One person injured. Share3 Tweet Share Pin +1 StumbleShares 3

Thelen wins approval from Twin Lakes to change mining plan

Thelen Sand and Gravel won approval from the Twin Lakes Plan Commission Wednesday to change where it will begin mining operations on property it owns in Twin Lakes. Thelen in 2006 filed a plan to begin extracting of minerals from property it owns north of Highway C in the area of Highway KD and Highway […]

Randall recognizes former FD chief; swears in new FD chief

The Randall Town Board recognized its outgoing fire chief and swore in its new fire chief at the regular Town Board meeting Thursday. Kenneth Foszcz was sworn in by town Chairman Bob Stoll as fire chief. He succeeds Matthew Gronke, who was chief for over 22 years. Stoll, in presenting a plaque to Gronke praised his […]

Proposal for new church in Randall squeaks by Town Board

A proposal to rezone property to build a new church in Randall received the endorsement of the Randall Town Board Thursday in a close vote. Besides the 3-2 vote in favor of the project by the Town Board, the church’s plans were rejected by the town Plan Commission in another split vote taken earlier in […]

Local fire departments responding to Pell Lake for mutual aid

At about 3:13 p.m., Western Kenosha County fire departments are responding for mutual aid to the Bloomfield Fire Department for a structure fire in the N1300 block of Thistle Drive in Pell Lake. Requested to respond are: Randall Fire Department with a truck and Twin Lakes Fire Department with a squad and a chief. Share2 […]

No contests in most Western Kenosha County municipalities for local offices

Most local municipalities in Western Kenosha County will see no competition on the ballot for local offices. Only the incumbents filed nomination papers to be on the April 3 ballot by the 5 p.m. Tuesday deadline. Here is a rundown by municipality: Randall — Supervisor #2: Robert Gehring. Supervisor  #4 Mark Halvey. Paddock Lake — Trustees Barbara Brenner, […]

2017 Randall Fire Department Santa breakfast coverage (PHOTOS)

Members of the Randall Fire Department hosted their annual Santa pancake breakfast at Randall Station No. 2 in Bassett on Sunday. Santa was available for photos and to discuss Christmas wishes. You could get a close-up look at the fire department equipment. And, of course there as a great pancake, eggs and sausage breakfast. The event […]

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