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A hospital's healing grounds
A hospital's healing grounds
Edgerton Hospital garden offers relaxation, respite, therapy for patients and visitors.
Clinton schools chief gets started on job
New Clinton School District Administrator Jim Brewer prides himself on energy and enthusiasm.
Former UW-Whitewater coach sues university

WHITEWATER—A former UW-Whitewater wrestling coach says he was forced out of his job because he reported an alleged sexual assault to police before telling university officials, according to a federal lawsuit.

Warhawks return as league favorite
Warhawks return as league favorite
Former DDHS standout Marcus Hudson shines in role as UW-Whitewater's leading wide receiver.
Man charged with sexual assault of 14-year-old

ELKHORN—A 20-year-old man is charged in Walworth County Court with having sex with a 14-year-old girl and giving her drugs.

Former coach sues UW-Whitewater
A former UW-Whitewater wrestling coach alleges the university pushed him out of his job in retaliation for reporting a sexual assault to police instead of university officials.
Farm webinar series starts Thursday
UW Extension offices across the state will begin a webinar series Thursday on different farm succession topics.
Home rentals persist despite ordinance
Think of a lake house, and an idyllic picture comes to mind: shimmering water, towering trees, the twittering of birds. Not blaring music and yards full of garbage.
Second man charged in Whitewater meth manufacturing investigation

ELKHORN—A second man has been charged in Walworth County Court in connection with a methamphetamine manufacturing investigation that yielded three arrests earlier this month.

Man charged in assault of girl, 14
Jacob H. Kennedy, 20, of Dousman is charged with two counts of sexual assault of a child younger than 16 and one count of exposing his genitals.
Second man charged in meth busts
Patrick Gerber, 37, of Whitewater is charged with possession of materials for manufacturing methamphetamine.


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