Waterford

Committee to review Ten Club Park construction work

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent A potential contract between Waterford and a private construction company for improvements at one of the village’s most high profile green spaces will be reviewed when the Public Works and Utilities Committee holds its next meeting. The Village Board on May 9 was slated to discuss […]

 
 

Longtime WUHS superintendent remembered

Longtime WUHS superintendent remembered

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Several of the top leaders of Waterford Union High School had fond words for a veteran educator who left an indelible imprint on the venue that will endure for decades to come. Keith Brandstetter closed out his career at WUHS three years ago, but he was […]

 
 

Accolades for ‘Charlie Brown’

Accolades for ‘Charlie Brown’

Waterford Union High School’s production of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” has received nominations for a school-record 23 Jerry Awards, recognizing excellence in musical theater in the state of Wisconsin. In addition, the cast, crew, and pit selected senior Sara Lehman for the 2022 Spirit Award. The Spirit Award […]

 
 

They’re not invisible

They’re not invisible

Two Waterford women vets take part in traveling exhibit By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Since its unveiling, a traveling art exhibit known as, “I Am Not Invisible” has been on display in disparate locales across Southeastern Wisconsin. This spring, it made a pit stop in Waterford – and for good reason. […]

 
 

Waterford teacher earns Kohl Award

Waterford teacher earns Kohl Award

  Ingish initiated sports officiating course Each year, the Herb Kohl Educational Foundation selects 100 teachers from the state of Wisconsin for its prestigious Teacher Fellowship awards. This year, one of those honorees is Ashley Ingish from Waterford Union High School. She will receive a $6,000 grant for educational programs […]

 
 

Fire station expansion nearly complete

Village of Waterford will consolidate fire services at site By Dave Fidlin Correspondent The expansion of Waterford Fire Department’s solo station is nearly complete, according to a brief update on the extensive project. At a Village Board meeting April 11, WFD Fire Chief Rick Mueller gave a report on the […]

 
 

Back to the drawing board

Back to the drawing board

Voters reject high school district’s borrowing plan Officials in the Waterford Union High School District went back to the drawing board Wednesday after the district’s voters on Tuesday rejected their request to borrow $19.75 million for facility repairs and improvements. Voters rejected the proposal by a 2,308-2,097 margin, according to […]

 
 

Rochester OKs 38-lot subdivision

Development encompasses 112 acres along Highway J By Dave Fidlin Correspondent A planned 38-lot subdivision on more than 100 acres of land along Highway J in Rochester continues to progress as village officials activate the green light on various steps. The Village Board on March 7 approved a preliminary plat […]

 
 

Planning for the unknowns

Planning for the unknowns

WUHS officials begin assembling budget with inflation looming By Dave Fidlin Correspondent While the second year of a state biennial budget does provide a degree of certainty, officials in the Waterford Union High School district say a number of macro issues could make planning for next year’s spending plan a […]

 
 

WUHS opens fitness center to the public

WUHS opens fitness center to the public

Waterford Union High School will open the doors of its fitness center to the public beginning March 1. The fitness center will be open to Waterford Union High School district residents who are at least 18 years old, according to district officials. The facility will be open Monday through Thursday […]

 
 
 
 
 

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