The Kettle Moraine/Mukwonago/Oconomowoc boys hockey team opened the season Friday by downing Mosinee in the first round of their own Turkey Shootout at the Naga-Waukee Ice Arena by a 3-0 score.
Gerg Simandl fired in two goals for the Lasers and Zach Thoreson also scored. Luke Steidl, Austin Freeman and Matt Sherry collected assists.
Arrowhead's girls basketball team, under first-year coach Rick Witte, won its first game of the season Friday at the Brookfield Central Thanksgiving Shootout by stopping Stevens Point, 56-49.
Sophomore Ally May led the Warhawks with 16 points and 8 rebounds.
Junior Kelly Smith chipped in with 15 points and sophomore Jenna Goulet had 10 points.
Kettle Moraine's boys baskebtall team improved to 2-0 Friday night by scoring a lopsided 70-49 victory over visiting Pewaukee in a nonconference game. Pewaukee fell to 1-2.
The Lasers started fast, leading 21-4 after the first period and 41-18 at halftime.
Junior Mitchell Oleson led KM with 22 points. Mike Ottusch added 15 tallies and Paul Miller had 14 points.
Pewaukee was led by Eric Lutzen with 15 points.
Black Friday shoppers at Mukwonago Wal-Mart fill the aisles as they wait for items unwrapped for the 10 p.m. sales event on Thanksgiving eve. In less than 15 minutes 110, 32-inch high definition televisions were loaded into carts from lines of shoppers that wound through the frozen food and dairy aisles of the store.
Wal-Mart sales associates said the 8 p.m. sales event packed the toy aisles of the store. By 11 p.m. checkout lines clogged the front of the store, with some extending back into sales departments.
The Oconomowoc German Christmas Market kicks off Friday, Nov. 23 and runs through the weekend on the Village Green in the downtown area. Twenty five vendors will be on hand to recreate a wonderful Europoean tradition.
Father Christmas will be there to to take Christmas lists with a portion of the $5 sitting fee going to hurricane Sandy relief.
If you go
What: German Christmas Market, a mix of vendors, food, entertainment and family-friendly activities
When: 4 to 10 p.m. Friday, Nov. 23, noon to 10 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 24 and noon to 6 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 25» Read Full Article
The Village of Eagle Police Department will host a Firearms Safety Class from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dec. 1. at the Eagle Fire Department, 126 E. Main St.
This training will be conducted by Officer Ryan Brehmer, a State of Wisconsin certified firearms instructor. The four hour training course meets the requirements for those interested in applying for a concealed carry permit.
Those interested in registering must contact the Eagle Police Department at (262) 594-2400 or email@example.com. Class size is limited to the first 25 registrants. Cost is $95.
City of Delafield - Plans to widen and resurface Milwaukee Street from the downtown business district east to near the Nagawicka Lake shore have been scrapped by the Common Council.
Instead, the council has approved a compromise proposed by Ald. Jim Behrend that calls for resurfacing Milwaukee Street from Onieda Street, near the downtown business district, east to Oak Street, which is about one third of the original approximately one mile long project.
Behrend, who served as mayor in the 1980s, also suggested the original proposed price tag of $900,000 for the project be cut in half to $450,000.
He convinced his fellow council members that widening and repaving Milwaukee Street from Oak Street east to the intersection of Milwaukee and Main Street, near the lake shore, could be postponed. However, sidewalks will be installed along Milwaukee Street east to Fireman's Park.
The original reconstruction proposal had encountered stiff oppostion from residents living along Milwaukee Street who objected to the number of trees that would be destroyed by widening the road.» Read Full Article
All Saints Lutheran Church, 705 W. Tomlin Rd. (west on Hwy E south of Hwy 18 and 83) Wales, will hold a Christmas World Market on Sunday, Nov. 25 from 9 a.m. to noon. Beautiful fair trade items from around the world, including chocolate and coffee, will be available for sale.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation has reported a traffic accident blocking the right lane of I-94 at Highway 67 in Oconomowoc. The DOT post at 1 p.m. anticipated traffic would be affected for about two hours.
The Waukesha County Sheriff's Department is assisting. More information will be posted on this website as it becomes available.
A Waukesha small-business owner, Adam Neylon (R), has announced his candidacy for the 98th Assembly District.
The district is expected to be vacated, as Rep. Paul Farrow earlier this month won the Republican primary for the 33rd State Senate District. He will run unopposed in a special election Dec. 4. The 33rd Senate seat is open, since Sen. Rich Zipperer stepped down to take a position in Gov. Scott Walker's administration.
“I’m excited about the opportunity to take my message to the people of the 98th Assembly District and discuss my vision for the future of Waukesha County,” said Neylon. “I believe in a common sense approach to government, and providing a plan to grow the economy, create jobs and improve education.”
The 98th Assembly District consists of Pewaukee, Sussex, the upper half of the City of Waukesha, and a small portion of Lisbon.
Neylon is the owner and president of the Neylon Group, a commercial window cleaning company in the City of Waukesha. He has five years of legislative experience working for Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner and Rep. Bill Kramer. During the 2010 election he served as the Waukesha County field director for the Republican Party of Wisconsin. He has been a member of the Republican Party of Waukesha County for the past six years, and previously served on the Executive Board.
A 6-year-old Oconomowoc girl was taken to Children’s Hospital by Flight for Life after a two-car crash at 6:13 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 18. Four other people were also injured in the crash, including three children.
According to the Waukesha County Sheriff’s Department, a vehicle driving east on County Line Road slowed to make a left turn onto Briar Ridge Lane in the Town of Lisbon. That vehicle was struck from behind by a second vehicle, also eastbound on County Line Road.
The male driver, of the first vehicle – a 43-year-old Colgate man – was uninjured. His 10-year-old and 12-year-old sons were taken by ambulance to Children’s Hospital with minor injuries, according to the Sheriff’s Department.
The 26-year-old female driver of the second vehicle was taken by ambulance to Froedtert Hospital. Her 4-year-old son was taken by ambulance to Children’s Hospital. Her 6-year-old daughter was taken to the hospital by helicopter.
Further details were not available. The Sheriff’s Department is investigating the incident.