10 April 2024

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Kewaskum Police Officer  Arrested for Inappropriate  Conduct Toward Student

Kewaskum Police Officer Arrested for Inappropriate Conduct Toward Student


Kewaskum Police Officer Arrested for Inappropriate Conduct Toward Student ANNE TRAUTNER JOURNALIST Steven Rosales, a 34-year-old Kewaskum police officer, was arrested on Friday, April 5, for his alleged involvement regarding inappropriate conduct toward an 18-year-old female student at Kewaskum High School while Rosales was assigned as the school resource officer. Rosales was held on

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03 April 2024

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Carrying on a Tradition

Carrying on a Tradition


Carrying on a Tradition Kewaskum Girl Scouts Carry Books to New Library ANNE TRAUTNER JOURNALIST In November 1950, local Girl Scouts carried books from the original Kewaskum Public Library on Main Street to the “new” library building on First Street. Now, 74 years later, Girl Scouts have continued that tradition. On Wednesday, March 27, a group of local Girl Scouts carried books

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Solar Eclipse

Solar Eclipse


Solar Eclipse MARY KRIEGER CONTRIBUTING WRITER On Monday, April 8, a phenomenon that has dazzled and baffled mankind for millenniums will occur - a total solar eclipse. The earliest records of an eclipse are attributed to Confucious in 2137 B.C. where he is said to have observed “On the first day of the last month of autumn, the Sun and moon did not meet harmoniously.” Eclipses have

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27 March 2024

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St. Matthew’s School Breaks  Ground on Children’s Center

St. Matthew’s School Breaks Ground on Children’s Center


St. Matthew’s School Breaks Ground on Children’s Center CLARICE CASE EDITOR On Friday, March 22, St. Matthew Catholic School broke ground on their new childcare facility, Sister Marcinette Children’s Center. The 7,000 square foot addition is going to be built onto the east side of the school. There will be four classrooms divided to serve different age groups from six weeks to three