Author Archives: Eric Stone

WW City Council Meeting – April 16th

WW City Council Meeting – April 16th

Whitewater held its annual organizational meeting last night, and elected Patrick Singer president for the 12th year in a row. Under its agenda Tuesday, the council approved several resolutions “expressing support for” several issues under consideration for the state’s biennium budget. Copies of the resolutions will be sent to all of the state legislators representing…Read more »

Jefferson City Council Meeting – April 16th

Jefferson City Council Meeting – April 16th

Last night the Jefferson City Council heard a proclamation from Mayor Dale Opperman proclaiming the week of May 4th as Municipal Clerk Week. The council also received an update on the specification for the reader board entrance signs that are planned for installation at the entrances of the city. The contract for the signs is…Read more »

Fort Atkinson City Council Included New Members And An Award

Fort Atkinson City Council Included New Members And An Award

Fort Atkinson City Council swore in elected members and voted Paul Kotz Council President… The Council cited retiring Councilman Davin Lescohier for his years of service… The Council also approved equipment upgrades at the Wastewater Treatment Plant for phosphorous compliance, and approved murals on the Water Utility Building on North Water Street and the reservoir…Read more »

WSJY-WFAW Engineer To Be Inducted Into Broadcasting Hall Of Fame

WSJY-WFAW Engineer To Be Inducted Into Broadcasting Hall Of Fame

The Wisconsin Broadcasters Association announced today its Hall of Fame inductees for 2019. The first on the list is Engineer Clif Groth. Clif started his 60 year career at WTTN when has was a student at Watertown High School. On graduation he started his own business, Broadcast Electronic Service, which was later sold to Goetz…Read more »

WSJY-WFAW Engineer To Be Inducted Into Broadcasting Hall Of Fame

WSJY-WFAW Engineer To Be Inducted Into Broadcasting Hall Of Fame

The Wisconsin Broadcasters Association announced today its Hall of Fame inductees for 2019. The first on the list is Engineer Clif Groth. Clif started his 60 year career at WTTN when has was a student at Watertown High School. On graduation he started his own business, Broadcast Electronic Service, which was later sold to Goetz…Read more »

Pistons Star Blake Griffin Likely Out For Bucks Playoff Series

Pistons Star Blake Griffin Likely Out For Bucks Playoff Series

An injured knee is expected to keep Detroit Pistons standout Blake Griffin sidelined for the playoff series against Milwaukee. The Bucks won the first game Sunday 121-86.  If Detroit doesn’t come back to win the series, Griffin’s season would be over. He scored 45 in a game against Oklahoma City two weeks ago, but his…Read more »

Yelich Hits Game-Winning Home Run After Brewers Blow Lead

Yelich Hits Game-Winning Home Run After Brewers Blow Lead

Christian Yelich owns the St. Louis Cardinals, hitting three home runs in Milwaukee’s 10-7 victory Monday night.  The Redbirds had just wiped out a big Brewer lead and tied the score at six when Yelich hit his second homer, the game-winner, with two on.  Neither team was particularly effective from the mound.  Mike Moustakas also…Read more »

Local Nominees Certified For Election To Milk Marketing Board

Local Nominees Certified For Election To Milk Marketing Board

The Department of Agriculture, Trade, and Consumer Protection has certified 14 nominees for election to the Board of Directors for the Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board, including District 24, which covers Dane and Jefferson Counties. District 24 nominees are Virgil Haag of Mount Horeb and Tina Hinchley of Cambridge. The DATCP says it is distributing Mail-in…Read more »

Mock Tornado Warning Test Moved To Friday April 12th

Mock Tornado Warning Test Moved To Friday April 12th

Wisconsin’s statewide tornado drill is delayed until tomorrow due to potential severe weather today in Southern Wisconsin. The decision was made to prevent confusion that could accur should the National Weather Service have to issue a real warning for severe weather. Friday’s schedule will remain the same. A mock tornado watch at 1:00pm, followed by…Read more »

UW-Whitewater And Police Seek Info About Sexual Assault

UW-Whitewater And Police Seek Info About Sexual Assault

UW Whitewater is asking for help in connection with a reported sexual assault Monday, near Wells East Residence Hall. Authorities say, only, that the individuals involved knew each other, though they refer to one of them as an unknown suspect, met at an off-campus party, and then returned to campus. Anyone with information on the…Read more »