ELKHORN -- An affiliate company of Walworth State Bank is asking a Walworth County judge to stop the city of Elkhorn from condemning its property, a former industrial site at 201 Centralia St.
ELKHORN -- One was built in 1926, the other in 1931. On Aug. 19, the State Historic Preservation Review Board will consider listing the two buildings on the State Register of Historic Places and forward a recommendation to list them on the national register.
ELKHORN -- A former Dancing Horses Theatre employee will appear in court today on multiple criminal charges related to the July 9 burglary of $5,000 from the Delavan Township business.
ELKHORN -- A former downtown antiques store is scheduled to reopen in September as the new Elkhorn Food Pantry.
ELKHORN -- The city of Elkhorn might want to consider less borrowing for planned capital improvement projects until the economy improves, City Administrator Sam Tapson wrote in a memo.
ELKHORN -- Where was Gerald J. Nickels? A 2009 Walworth County criminal complaint charges Nickels with fleeing to Ukraine after selling a house that he and his fiancé had built, taking the money and leaving his fiancé behind, according to the complaint.
ELKHORN -- An East Troy man is charged with taking delivery of high quality medical marijuana from his brother in California with the intent to sell it.
RICHMOND TOWNSHIP -- While some 13-year-olds dream of fast cars, Brad Baas yearns for fast boats. Brad said he prefers water over asphalt, and he repeatedly has shown his preference during the past half-dozen years.
ELKHORN -- Margaret Downing, Theresa Stalzer, Evelyn Stalzer and Cathy Manthei have melded two passions—purses, almost 500 of them, with raising cash for a new Walworth County Children’s Advocacy Center building.
ELKHORN -- The city’s new trash collection system is 16-weeks old, and only 13 of 145 residents who asked for smaller carts have gotten them, City Administrator Sam Tapson said Monday.