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WI team wins sculpting contest
WI team wins sculpting contest
Fifteen three-person teams finished competing at the U.S. National Snow Sculpting Competition in Lake Geneva on Saturday morning. For the past few days, each team has put dozens of hours into turning giant cylinders of densely packed snow into impressive...
Janesville man facing fifth OWI charge
Sean A. Dutcher, 35, of Janesville is charged with felony fifth-offense drunken driving.
Beloit woman dies in car accident
Beloit woman dies in car accident
A Beloit woman died in a single-vehicle crash Thursday night after her car hit a pole in the town of Whitewater, according to the Walworth County Sheriff's Office.
UW-W faculty upset with tenure changes
UW-W faculty upset with tenure changes
UW-Whitewater faculty are not happy with the proposed UW System tenure changes, UW-Whitewater Faculty Senate Chair James Hartwick said.
Snow yoga classes drawing a flurry of excitement
Snow yoga classes drawing a flurry of excitement
Clear Water Outdoors is sponsoring a series of snow yoga classes at Big Foot Beach State Park in Lake Geneva. The class is for anyone who likes to get outside, get moving and be in nature. The two-hour, bi-weekly Saturday sessions are held entirely on...
First National buys Walworth State Bank
First National Bank and Trust has acquired Walworth County Bank, according to a First National Bank news release.
Weatherization plan saves energy
Weatherization plan saves energy
Community Action's weatherization program makes homes more energy efficient, which helps people who are struggling to pay their energy bills.
Guilty plea planned to OWI charge
The attorney for John M. McBean said the town of Geneva man will plead guilty to charges of felony bail jumping and felony operating under the influence.
Charge dropped against police officer
A former village of Walworth police officer will pay a fine after being charged with disorderly conduct in August. That charge was dismissed in a plea bargain.
Elkhorn students presenting in D.C.
Elkhorn High School's Project Lead the Way program has been chosen to present their STEM projects on Capitol Hill.
English academy helps UW-W students
English academy helps UW-W students
Sanjeewa Senanayaka came to the United States from Sri Lanka in summer 2014. Today, he feels more prepared and confident in himself because he found the English Language Academy on campus.


Mystery Place: Ruby Acres promoted Wisconsin's Holstein farmers
Big Event Blog: Martial arts, a night out, and Husky power
Mystery Place: Vanderstappen Farm is Dutch made according to sign
Weekly Walk: Hikers, bikers take to the winter trails
Walworth County Government Today: Road to repairs? State bill would allow counties to raise sales tax


Sky's no limit for kite flier
Cars break through ice of Geneva Lake
About two dozen cars became half submerged after parking on the thin ice of Geneva Lake.
WCEDA offers business mentor network workshop
WCAC hosts watercolor artist's exhibit, reception
Beloit woman killed in one-car crash in town of Whitewater


Enjoy Fridays with Oscar
Food-inspired poetry focus of readings
Snow sculptors get more room to show off
It's Groundhog Day in Woodstock again
First Lady to host women's wellness weekend


'Thinking child' class set in Delavan
Delavan-Darien eyes center schools idea
Baptism by fire for Beloit city manager
Guilty plea planned in 10th OWI
Female players tackling stereotypes