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Holy Angels January 2019 Students of the Month | By Mike Sternig

Feb. 19, 2019 – West Bend, WI – Holy Angels School has named Sam Ciriacks, Tyler Sernig and Estella Lambie as the January 2019 Students of the Month.     6th Grade:  Sam Ciriacks – Sam’s teachers have noticed him growing into his role as a junior high student. While

Slinger School District now accepting Kindergarten new-to-school registrations

       

Recapping a 10-day mission trip to El Salvador | By David and Nancy Slinde

Feb. 18, 2019 – West Bend, WI – Our January 2019 journey began in a memorable way. After missed connections, lost luggage and wearing the same clothes for three days, we finally settled in to our time in El Salvador. We were accompanied by Judy Steffes, a freelance journalist

UW-Extension to offer Tractor Safety Certification Course for young farm workers | By Stephanie Plaster

Washington Co., WI  – Does your son or daughter work on a farm during the summer? Do you hire youth to work for you during the year? Do these young people have adequate safety training? To help reduce accidents, a Farm Tractor Safety Certification Course is being coordinated by

Open enrollment at St. Gabriel School draws nearly 500 for breakfast | By Jerry Gariety

Feb. 17, 2019 – Hubertus, WI – The pancake breakfast and open house at St. Gabriel School hosted by Catholic Financial Life was a huge success. There were just under 500 tickets sold for breakfast. Even greater was the turnout of visitors looking for a tour of the school.

Final conference game victory for Kettle Moraine Lutheran | By Jordyn Heckendorf

Feb. 15, 2019 – Jackson, WI – Kettle Moraine Lutheran girls varsity celebrated senior night this season in a game against the Ripon Tigers this week. Honorees included: Amelia Bock, Jaime Maas, Ariana Miller, Megan Sina, Jayme Soderbeck, Rebecca Vandermus, Abigail Washburn, and Erica Zeamer. The first half of

Slinger School District now accepting Kindergarten new-to-school registrations

       

Guest Editorial | Pushing Liberalism in West Bend High Schools | By Owen Robinson

Feb. 15, 2019 – West Bend, WI – At West Bend High School, there is a required, one semester class called “U.S. Government and Law.” The course overview says: In this course, students will experience how the wheels of government and justice work at the local, state, and federal level.

Lady Owls prep for post-season run | By Ron Naab

Feb. 14, 2019 – Slinger, WI – The Slinger Lady Owls are jamming three games into the final four days of its regular season. Tonight the Lady Owls host the Grafton Blackhawks. Slinger is hoping to bounce back from a dismal loss Wednesday night when the team was plagued

Regal Ware Announces Recipients of 2019 J.O. Reigle Scholarship

Feb. 14, 2019 – Kewaskum, WI – Kyle Loehr and Genna Alexander are the latest recipients of the J.O. Reigle Scholarships awarded annually by Regal Ware. The scholarship program was established in 1963 in honor of Regal Ware’s founder, the late J.O. Reigle. The award recognizes the outstanding scholastic

Common Sense Citizens of Washington County to host discussion on legalized marijuana | By Bernie Newman

Feb. 13, 2019 – Washington Co., WI – Common Sense Citizens of Washington County will host a panel discussion on Wednesday, Feb. 13 on the effects and facts of legalized marijuana. Detective Mark Sette from the Washington County Sheriff’s Department, Mary Simon from Elevate, and Jim Giese with Affiliated

Kettle Moraine Lutheran HS falls just short of 1st Place at Math Meet | By Megan Himm

Feb. 13, 2019 – Jackson, WI – Students from Kettle Moraine Lutheran (KML), Lomira, Random Lake, Saint Lawrence Seminary (SLS), and Winnebago Lutheran Academy (WLA) gather for the monthly math meet, this time at Lomira High School. For individual scorers, KML led the way with a total of six,

Slinger School District now accepting Kindergarten new-to-school registrations

       

WIAA make-up games a hot topic as tournament season approaches | By Jordyn Heckendorf

Feb. 12, 2019 – Jackson, WI – Severe weather has caused a number of regular-season high school basketball games to be canceled across Washington County and the rest of Wisconsin. Many involved in high school sports are wondering about games being rescheduled as the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA) state

School closings in Washington and surrounding counties

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Feb. 12, 2019 – Washington Co., WI – Another severe winter storm has forced school closings in the Washington County area. Slinger Superintendent Daren Sievers said he was out driving some of the county subdivisions at 3:15 a.m.  “The roads weren’t plowed, there was a lot of drifting and

Slinger School District now accepting Kindergarten new-to-school registrations

       

Remembering the old tower fire escape at Holy Angels School

Feb. 11, 2019 – West Bend, WI – Today’s 1919 photo, courtesy Steve Kissinger. According to the archives in the Research Center at the History Center of Washington County, ‘The public grade school was located at the head of Elm Street where it intersects with Eighth Avenue. The view

Slinger Lady Owls score decisive win over Port Washington | By Ron Naab

Feb. 9, 2019 – Slinger, WI – Friday evening, the Slinger High School Lady Owls had a decisive victory over the Port Washington Lady Pirates. Every team member for the Owls suited up for the varsity game and played a significant amount of time. Leading the team in scoring

Special fundraiser Saturday, Feb. 9 at Little Switzerland for K9 Officers | By Ron Naab

Feb. 9, 2019 – Slinger, WI – On Saturday the Feb., 9 Little Switzerland in Slinger along with the Milwaukee Police Department K9 Foundation will have a fundraiser for training and supporting the K9 officers with the Milwaukee PD. Little Switzerland has agreed to share a portion of fees

Doors open at 10 a.m. for Winter Carnival at Washington County Fair Park

Washington Co., WI – There’s a great family event on tap Saturday, Feb. 9 at Washington County Fair Park as it hosts Winter Carnival. Doors open at 10 a.m. There will be free parking and a $5 admission with children 2 years old and under free. The Whack-A-Mole is

Slinger School District now accepting Kindergarten new-to-school registrations

       

Kids, tell your parents, Winter Carnival is the place to be Saturday, Feb. 9

Washington Co., WI – There’s a great family event on tap Saturday, Feb. 9 at Washington County Fair Park as it hosts Winter Carnival. Doors open at 10 a.m. There will be free parking and a $5 admission with children 2 years old and under free. The Whack-A-Mole is

Making up snow days at schools in southeastern Wisconsin

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Feb. 8, 2019 – Sheboygan Co., WI – In neighboring Sheboygan County the Cedar Grove-Belgium School District has already posted make-up days following a closing this week and a couple weeks ago when cold temps and snow led to cancelations across southeastern Wisconsin. The note below was posted on

Special fundraiser Saturday, Feb. 9 at Little Switzerland for K9 Officers | By Ron Naab

Feb. 8, 2019 – Slinger, WI – On Saturday the Feb., 9 Little Switzerland in Slinger along with the Milwaukee Police Department K9 Foundation will have a fundraiser for training and supporting the K9 officers with the Milwaukee PD. Little Switzerland has agreed to share a portion of fees

Slinger School District now accepting Kindergarten new-to-school registrations

       

UW-Extension to offer Tractor Safety Certification Course for young farm workers | By Stephanie Plaster

Washington Co., WI  – Does your son or daughter work on a farm during the summer? Do you hire youth to work for you during the year? Do these young people have adequate safety training? To help reduce accidents, a Farm Tractor Safety Certification Course is being coordinated by

Clutch victory for UWM at Washington Co. vs. UWO at Fox Valley | By Randy Howard

Feb. 7, 2019 – Washington Co., WI – UWM at Washington County hosted UWO at Fox Valley in a tightly contested battle Wednesday night. Throughout the first half, UWM at Washington County was fighting from behind as they couldn’t find their rhythm on the defensive end.  In the last

Slinger School District now accepting Kindergarten new-to-school registrations

       
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