1p1.jpg City and county go red, state goes blue
Obama wins re-election but fares worse in county than in 2008; Dolson wins county clerk contest

County Board passes budget unanimously, sets priority list for legislators

3p1.jpg Long live the Queen
Elkhart Lake man's model keeps spirit of lake tour boat alive

News Digest

Tips for reducing heating bills as winter cold returns

Study: Distracted drivers more dangerous than drunks

New youth string orchestra to open season Sunday

1812 Overture brings full symphony into action

Women’s day Expo at Plymouth Arts Center

19p1.jpg Accelerated physics students enjoy annual rocket launch

LTC to offer community forums Nov. 15 - Dec. 13

PACC to host free seminars for seniors

Veterans for Peace, People of Peace to hold Armistice Day recognition

Second Saturdays to focus on cranes


4-H News

Meeting Minutes

Library showing 'The Avengers' Nov. 16

28p1.jpg Sutkiewicz speaks at Veterans appreciation event

Children who stutter star in new DVD

30p1.jpg AFS students visit capital

Student News

50p1.jpg Halloween is a hoot

51p1.jpg Suspect arrested in Range Line apartment shooting
Two Milwaukee men shot during domestic dispute

52p1.jpg Classmates, community mourn loss of SFHS student

53p1.jpg Trash ‘N Treasure lures bargain-hungry shoppers

Johnson named to fifill open School Board seat

Santa to wake up at mall

56p1.jpg Blattner’s supports SFMS

57p1.jpg Kiwanis Packer Pig Roast a success

Barbeau ruled competent for trial

68p1.jpg Business at Home - Poly Vinyl Co.
Custom extrusion company marks 50 years in business

69p1.jpg Holiday Service of Remembrance to aid those grieving
Wenig Funeral Home to provide ways to remember loved ones

Parents to learn Google at SFMS

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