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Friday, 20 February 2015 10:31

These hunters keep a keen eye for antlers

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WALWORTH COUNTY SUNDAY -- Outdoor living for hunters and anglers is dictated by the season. Glance out at Geneva Lake or any number of frozen waters and you’ll now see dedicated ice fishermen. Fall in Wisconsin is famous for family get-togethers in the northwoods -- tracking deer and telling tales. There is one hunting situation, however, that’s not dependent on the changing of fall colors or snow-covered woods, -- shed hunting.

Long before sight-ins or deer hunters widows’ weekends became popular, graceful bucks were dropping their antlers, signaling a new year in their life cycle. While arguably not offering the bragging rights of big game hunting, shed hunting can provide a scenic, quiet retreat without the worry of tags, bows or bullets.

WALWORTH COUNTY SUNDAY -- For the Rev. Charles Payson, a retired Episcopalian minister, and his wife, Evelyn, who own a home on the shores of Lake Koshkonong near Fort Atkinson, it began with their auditing a University of Wisconsin-Whitewater course about water resources. In the decade since their retirement, the Paysons have audited UW-Whitewater courses that included African-American literature, world religions and ethnic groups that settled in Wisconsin.

“We both enjoy not only the classes, but the university community,” Charles Payson said. “There’s a wonderful intergenerational contact with students and faculty.”

Tuesday, 17 February 2015 09:26

Results: Town of Beloit, Clinton schools primary

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Update: Tuesday, Feb. 17, 2015, 9 p.m.

Town of Beloit chairperson, top two advance.
Diane M. Greenlee     132
David Russell         115
Jim Stevens         30

Town of Beloit board supervisor No. 2, top two advance
Steve Heumiller         115
Phil Taber             88
David Russell         78


School board member Clinton Community School District, top four advance
Ken Luety             244
Evelyn Propp         137
Jeanette Troha         111
Melissa Manthei         101
Margery Wheeler     43
Thomas Curzi         41

Tuesday, 7 a.m.

Polls are open today in the town of Beloit and Clinton Community School district for a primary election to trim the field for the April 7, 2015 general election.

In the town of Beloit, voters can choose from candidates in the town chairperson race and one of the board supervisor races. The top two vote getters move on.

In the Clinton Community School District, voters will choose two candidates from a field of six.

Beloit Township chairperson (top two move on)

Chairperson                  Diane Greenlee

Chairperson                  David Russell

Chairperson                  Jim Stevens

(Stevens name will appear on the ballot, but he reportedly has withdrawn his candidacy)

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Beloit Township Supervisor (top two move on)

Supervisor No. 2                   David Russell (I)

Supervisor No. 2                   Phil Taber

Supervisor No. 2                   Steve Heumiller

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Clinton School Board (top 4 move on)

School Board                  Thomas Curzi

School Board                  Ken Luety (challenger)

School Board                  Melissa Manthei

School Board                  Evelyn Propp

School Board                  Jeanette Troha

School Board                  Margery Wheeler

PROFILES

DELAVAN -- Mark and Brett Stinebrink remember many lessons they learned from their father when they first started in the grocery business.

"Keep the store full, keep it clean and do anything for our customers," said Brett as he outlined three things his dad stressed as keys to success.  "And he meant anything."

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