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Whitewater hosting candidate reception
Whitewater officials will host a reception Wednesday for candidates vying for the city's finance and administrative services director job.
Former Lake Geneva restaurant manager pleads guilty in theft case

ELKHORN—A former Lake Geneva Burger King manager pleaded not guilty March 20 to taking more than $90,000 from the restaurant over two years, according to court records.

Silver alert issued for Delavan man
Vito Episcopo, 81, of Delavan was last seen leaving his residence around 5:30 p.m. Monday in his white Ford Escape.
Walworth County to pilot police cameras
The Walworth County Sheriff's Office will test some body and squad car cameras starting in early to mid-April, patrol Capt. Dave Gerber said.
What's on the ballot in spring election
What's on the ballot in spring election

The stage is set for the April 4 election with area voters choosing their representatives on municipal and school boards.


Here's a look at what's on the ballot in area school districts, cities and villages:


 

Storm spotter classes, statewide tornado drill slated

The National Weather Service and Wisconsin Emergency Management team are sponsoring three storm spotter classes in Walworth County during April:

• Monday, April 10, 1 p.m., at the Delavan Fire Department, 811 Ann Street, Delavan.

Election: Holtz in superintendent race
Election: Holtz in superintendent race

Dr. Lowell Holtz, former district superintendent for the School District of Beloit and the Whitnall School District southwest of Milwaukee, is challenging current Superintendent Tony Evers in the race for head of the state Department of Public...

Election: Evers seeks third term
Election: Evers seeks third term

Current Superintendent Tony Evers is running for his third term as head of the state Department of Public Instruction and is facing Dr. Lowell Holtz, former district superintendent for the School District of Beloit and the Whitnall School District...

Whitewater student, teachers recognized
The Herb Kohl Educational Foundation is recognizing two Whitewater teachers and one student.
Janesville School Board will consider staffing plan again
The Janesville School Board will return to the topic of staffing at its meeting Tuesday, March 28.
Whitewater murder suspect gets new attorney

ELKHORN—A Whitewater man charged with murdering his brother-in-law has been assigned a new attorney after a judge removed his previous attorney from the case, according to court records.

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