New Clinton School District Administrator Jim Brewer prides himself on energy and enthusiasm.
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.
Former DDHS standout Marcus Hudson shines in role as UW-Whitewater's leading wide receiver.
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.
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.
UW Extension offices across the state will begin a webinar series Thursday on different farm succession topics.
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.
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.
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.
Patrick Gerber, 37, of Whitewater is charged with possession of materials for manufacturing methamphetamine.