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A (Very) Brief History of Whitewater By Carol Cartwright, Whitewater Historical Society

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JOB OPPORTUNITIES


Multiple Jobs listing from members of Whitewater Chamber of Commerce CLICK HERE


Whitewater Chamber of Commerce - SEEKING: Social Media/Marketing & Administrative Assistant Hours per week: 10+ Hours/ M-F, some evening & weekend hours during events Paid Internship - University students are encouraged to apply. Communications, Journalism, Public Relations, Marketing or similar majors preferred.Send resume and cover letter to Marie Koch, Executive Director Email: info@whitewaterchamber.com
Discover Whitewater 150 W. Main St Whitewater WI, 53190


Bellezza Hair Design & Spa is looking for talented stylists and massage therapists. Email inquiries and resume to bellezzaemployment@hotmail.com


Evening cleaning help needed in WHITEWATER! Full or part time. Dusting, vacuuming, mopping, bathrooms, etc. Shifts available from 4:00 p.m. NO WEEKENDS! Apply at DIVERSIFIED BUILDING MAINTENANCE, 1105 Touson Drive, Janesville WI 53546 or call 608-752-9465.


Basin Precision Machining LLC

Brotoloc South Inc.

Bus Driver Openings - Nelson's Bus Service
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(Sep 29) Letter to the community from the School Board on the Facilities Referendum that will be on the Ballot on November 8th.

The Whitewater Unified School District (WUSD) School Board is committed to ensuring that each of our graduates is an engaged lifelong learner. One of the ways we keep that commitment to our community is by ensuring that our district's facilities are safe, ADA compliant, well maintained, and encourage learning. In order to carry out that commitment to our community, we recently voted unanimously to place a $23.5 million facilities question on the November 8 ballot.

Since last summer, our District has participated in a rigorous facilities assessment and planning process that involved staff, parents, community members, architects, and designers. Through this process it became clear that although we have done a great job of maintaining our buildings and grounds, a deeper investment in our facilities is necessary.

Please know that we take very seriously our role as stewards of our community's hard earned tax dollars, and thanks to conscientious management of our debt, the estimated tax impact of passing this referendum is that a home valued at $100,000 would see an annual tax increase of $18.

If a majority vote "yes" on November 8 and approve the referendum question, WUSD will be able to further invest in each of our five schools. An approved referendum will allow us to increase security and ADA compliance and enhance and maintain our buildings, ensuring that our schools continue to be great places to learn and teach.

If you have any questions about the referendum, or to see the referendum ballot language, please .
Thank you, Whitewater School Board: Casey Judd, Brian Brunner, Kelly Davis, Dan McCrea, Steve Ryan, Gretchen Torres and Jim Stewart.





(Sep 29) WHS Homecoming Week - Theme is "A WEEK IN PARADISE" and on Wednesday Night - the Lip Sync Competition


FRESHMEN

FRESHMEN FINISHED IN 2ND PLACE

SOHOMORES

SOPHOMORES FINISHED IN 3RD PLACE

JUNIORS

JUNIORS FINISHED IN 1ST PLACE

SENIORS

SENIORS FINISHED IN 4TH PLACE





(Sep 29) Downtown Whitewater, Inc., the parent organization of Whitewater City Market is pleased to announce that it received a $1,500.00 grant from the Whitewater Community Foundation. The organization will continue to use the funds to support the expanded live music at the Tuesday night Whitewater City Markets.

Following visitor surveys during the 2015 market, the planning committee noted that 47% of market goers listed live music at a 5/5 for importance. To give perspective, that put music above parking and bathrooms in our shoppers minds. The market committee immediately planned an expansion of live entertainment, booking multiple musicians on key evenings. Since that survey, over 14,000 market goers of the 2016 Whitewater City Market have benefited from the weekly live music. One of our musicians noted, “ It's by far the most organized, authentic markets that I've performed at. Thank you to all the managers, vendors and the great crowd. Looking forward to playing there again…” Without the support of the Whitewater Community Foundation, none of this would have been possible.

Brienne DieboltBrown, Whitewater Community Foundation Program Director explained the organization’s commitment: "The arts are a necessary part of our lives; they nourish the soul and bring us joy. When Downtown Whitewater applied for a Whitewater Community Foundation Community Action Grant to fund musicians at the new Whitewater City Market, the board was pleased to provide the monies. Not only should artists be paid for their work, but honoring them in this way honors our city, schools and neighborhoods by supporting our artisans, musicians, farmers, teachers and entrepreneurs ... our neighbors. The Foundation has supported the community for over 20 years by making scholarships available to hardworking high school students. This is the next step in preserving and enhancing Whitewater’s cultural legacy – creating opportunities for people who can make beautiful things happen."

Downtown Whitewater, Inc. is a nonprofit, communitybased organization devoted to preserving, improving, and promoting Whitewater’s quality of life by strengthening our historic downtown as the heartbeat of the community.

The community building aspects of the market are invaluable, and much of this is facilitated by free music and open spaces for market goers to relax, shop, and eat. The market runs through October 25th with great live music available each week.





(Sep 29) The Whippet Volleyball Team traveled to Edgerton to begin the second round of conference play.

Kate Riemer

Coach Kathy Bullis: "The Tiders are currently ranked 8th in state just behind another conference team, McFarland who is ranked 7th. Entering the match we knew it was going to be a tough battle, but we felt if we were able to communicate, bring lots of energy, have our block get touches, and hit when we were out of system we could play with them. The outstanding hitting ability of Oren, Edgerton's outside hitter, proved to be too much for the young Whippet team who start only one senior, Kate Riemer. Our netters provide a big block with Miranda Reynolds and Allison Heckert, but Oren simply jumps so high that she is hitting over our blockers and is able to pick defenses apart. Oren was able hit over and around our block which made it difficult for our libero, Catherine Yang, to know where to move defensively.

Thursday, 9/29 the Whippets will celebrate the seniors before their home match against Evansville. The Whippets are determined to pick up their first conference win Thursday night. They are not willing to comprise their goals in order to partake in this week's fun homecoming festivities, so they decided to get a quality practice in this morning at 6:00am before school. I'm proud of their decision as a team to stay focused during a time that can be distracting. I am also proud of their willingness to pay the price that greatness requires and are a group of individuals who are striving for a shared goal."

Stat Leaders: - Aces; Lorynn Hollingshead and Anna Riemer each with one - Kills: Payton Hintz with 5 - Blocks: Miranda Reynolds and Kate Riemer each with one - Assists: Anna Riemer with 9 - Digs: Kate Riemer with 11 and Catherine Yang with 9
Scores 17-25, 9-25, 11-25





(Sep 29) Whitewater Aquatic and Fitness Center Open House at 12:00-5:00 PM on Sat. Oct 8th and Sun. Oct 9th. On July 1st of this year the Whitewater Parks and Recreation Department began operating the Whitewater Aquatic & Fitness Center. They have made a number of improvements to the facility and want to invite the public to an Open House.






(Sep 28) Competing in the WHS Cross Country Teams' 2nd race in 4 days, the Whippet runners got in a solid effort on a cool cloudy day in Edgerton at Silverwood Park.

Nicole Tomomitsu

Jimmy King

File pictures courtesy of Bob Mischka - for extensive picture gallery

The boys' team finished in 4th and the girls' team in 5th. A few runners were held out on both sides due to injury and illness concerns. Getting through the final regular season grind is important before the championship phase begins. Leading the way once again was Allisan Barret who took home the final medal at this meet in 3rd. She ran a solid race along side the pre-race favorite in Mariah Linse from Jefferson who is a very accomplished runner. Nicole Tomomitsu was also in the top 10 with a 9th place overall finish. Another solid effort from her once again. Others running well this evening included Jaden Henneman and Sophie Elworthy who both ran season best times. Miriam Navejas returned to the line up and ran a 2 minute PR in the JV squad.

Also continuing to lead the Whippets was Jacob Korf finishing in 6th place equaling his time from last Saturday's Midwest Invite. Jimmy King also seemed to never tire and raced his way to 18th with a huge season PR. As the team's second runner, he led the way for the 3rd, 4th and 5th who all had a 18 second spread between them. This was a bit of a focus in today's race; running as a pack. Aidan Coburn, Matt Mattingly and Jon Zheng added to the grouping with Jimmy and did a nice job of this. Returning back to the race course was Steven Witt in a new personal best to lead the JV team. Michael Kuhl continues to race very well in a new PR of 21:34 followed along with Andy Vo also running a new PR of 24:14. The JV squad finished in 4th. One point from 3rd.

Next up is the Nightfall Race in Wisconsin Dells on Friday. The first race is at 7:30PM on a totally illuminated golf course to race "under the lights". The first of its kind in the state of Wisconsin.

Girls' Varsity & JV 5000 Meter Run

Boys' Varsity & JV 5000 Meter Run





(Sep 27) UW-Whitewater student ( Charlotte Kainz of Milwaukee) killed in motorcycle race event out of state

WISC-TV Channel 3 Madison story





(Sep 27) Whitewater: Embracing Unity Through Peace Presented the 2nd of 3 planned events at UWW UC Hamilton Room PEACE CIRCLES were formed of round tables to help people cross perceived boundaries and bridge the gap between people. It is a restorative effort that brought over 110 UWW students, faculty and staff, community members, city and police department staff and school district staff and students. Fourteen peace tables worked together through a structured process to help diverse groups better understand one another, build and strengthen bonds and attempt to create viable solutions.

Next Peace Circle | October 5th| 6:30 PM |Whitewater High School





(Sep 27) The Whitewater Unified School District School Board Meeting Monday Night

Recognition of 2017 Herb Kohl Teacher Fellowship Award Nominees - Elementary - Jill Meinel; Middle School - John Schimming; High School - Mike Wintz (unable to attend recognition); Special Services - Rosie Martinez (unable to attend recognition). Also Recognition of 2017 Principal Leadership Award Nominee - Doug Parker, High School Principal.

Gretchen Torres, Board Member, Jill Meinel and John Schimming

Kelly Davis, Board Member and Doug Parker

Two proclamations were read - Annual School Lunch Week Proclamation and Wisconsin School Board Appreciation Week Proclamation

Heard special reports and actions: approved an Overnight WHS Field Trip Request - Quebec City and Montreal Trip; Approved Replacement of Boilers at Lincoln Elementary School; Heard the following Building/Program Goals - Curriculum and Instruction - - Mental Health - Pupil Services - Middle School - Technology - High School Assessments Report - Aspire, WI Forward, Advanced Placement, ACT, Senior Exit Survey and ELL Student Population ACCESS Data.
Acted on the following personnel matters - Resignation - Special Education Paraprofessional, Washington Elementary and Employment - Lakeview Music/Band Teacher, Lakeview Special Education Teacher, Middle School Art Teacher, High School Special Education Teacher, Lakeview Secretary, Lincoln and Washington Special Education Paraprofessionals, Family Resource Worker.

Heard the Third Friday of September Student Count and Enrollment Report which is holding steady (-4) when compared to one year ago and approved a RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING TEMPORARY BORROWING IN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $2,000,000.

Approved a Letter to the Editor from the Board regarding November 2016 Referendum.

For story by Chris Welch on the meeting for the Daily Jefferson County Union





(Sep 27) Ben Heller, 2009 WHS graduate and Lakeview School Grad, is depicted on a new bulletin board (by Hillary Cheever) at Lakeview Elementary School. The New York Yankees traded for Ben on July 31st from the Cleveland Indians where he was a pitcher for 4 minor league seasons with having allowed just 122 hits while recording 226 strikeouts with a .193 opponents batting average. The Yankees promoted him on August 23rd where he made his major league debut on August 26th against the Baltimore Orioles, pitching a scoreless 8th inning. He has been a relief pitcher in 9 games with one save and ERA of 7.5.





(Sep 27) The Friends of The Irvin L. Young Memorial Library in Whitewater, 431 West Center St., is having a book sale from Saturday, October 1st to Friday the 7th.

Stacey Lunsford, Library Director: "About Our Friends' Sale Items Items are withdrawn from the collection on a continuous basis as part of an overall process of Continuous Review, Evaluation, and Weeding (CREW). Librarians on staff evaluate the collection and determine whether an item's useful career is over. This method provides constant feedback on the collection's strengths and weaknesses. Items are withdrawn based on the age of the material, the last time the item was checked out, and whether the item is determined to be MUSTIE (Misleading, Ugly, Superseded, Trivial, Irrelevant to the needs and interests of the community, or whether the item can expeditiously be obtained Elsewhere). This is especially needful in our library due to space constraints.

Proceeds from this sale will go to purchasing new materials to replace the old and for library programming. Withdrawn books are sold for 50¢ each Hardcover books that have been donated are sold for $1.00 each DVDs and CDs are sold for $1.00 each"

The sale features fiction and nonfiction books, both paperback and hard-cover, including a large number of large-print books. Books are priced at 25¢ for children's books, 50¢ for adult paperback books, and $1.00 for adult hard cover books. CDs and DVDs are priced at $1.00 and audio books at $3.00 each. Valuable or rare books are individually priced.

The hours for the sale are Monday through Thursday 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.





(Sep 28) Saturday was perfect running weather and the Whitewater Middle School cross country team performed very well at the Midwest Invitational in Janesville, WI. This was a huge race with 642 athletes competing in the 4th-8th grade race.

WMS Boys' Cross Country Team (red) in pre-race discussion!

Finishing in 3rd place overall and receiving 1st place for 7th grade, Gio Anello crossed the line in 5 minutes, 20 seconds. Wyatt Frisonwas the top 8th grader for the Whippets finishing in 27th place overall with a time of 5:52. CJ Tomomitsu was our first 6th grader to cross the finish line with a time of 7:04.

For the girls, Crystal Chan led the team and was the top 8th grade Whippet runner in 25th place and a time of 6:24. Melanie Juette led our 7th graders with a time of 7:04 and Julia Feit was the top 6th grader finishing in a time of 7:40.

In addition to some great individual performances, the cross country team ran very well as a team and continue to show strong support for one another.

Gio Anello

Great job to all of the Whippet cross country runners who participated on Saturday! For the results:






Thursday September 29, 7:00 pm - Whitewater Fire Department Meeting at Small Meeting Room Fire Dept. Municipal Building Agenda:





(Sep 25) Jason Jeffrey, a 1994 graduate of WHS and US Air Force Veteran, worked in Iraq and recently returned to WI and has opened a business "Good Habits Dog Training" serving Whitewater and area from Edgerton.

Jason, who served in the Republic of Korea in 2002, with his Military working dog, Mack.

Jason with his wife Candy with their children (l-r) Youngest Daughter, Laura; Oldest Daughter, Summer and Son, Caderyn.

Jason son of Josie Grasse commented that "In 1995 I left the small community of Whitewater and joined the United States Air Force. I started my career by protecting the USA's Nuclear Assets, however my dream was to work with Military Working Dogs. I served for 15 years in the USAF until I was injured and was medically separated from the service due to those injuries. In 2011, I accepted a position with the Department of State in Basra, Iraq as one of the Program Mangers for the working dog section. I was in Iraq for 3 years and was only able to come home twice a year. As you can imagine having a young family I missed out a lot of "firsts". First steps, first words and first booboos that I could not be there to console. My wife and I decided it would be best for me to stay home. We moved back to Wisconsin and opened our own business, Good Habits Dog Training located out of Edgerton, WI."

Their business is a veteran owned and family operated business, Good Habits Dog Training. It will supply you with a diversity of dog training options. Many dog trainers focus on one type of dog training i.e. E-collar, inducement training or classical leash and collar training. Good Habits Dog Training has a variety of training types.

With over 20 years of experience, they will meet all your needs in how you would like your dog to be trained.

The competitive advantages that Good Habits Dog Training supplies is a balance of training, care, understanding and respect for dogs and their owners.

Good Habits Dog Training is compassionate while creating a specific plan and timeline for each individual dog, because no two dogs are alike and your family deserves the very best. They offer free consultations and life time support. You can find them on Facebook at Good Habits Dog Training or call them at 608.884.0358 - Located at 10970 N. Reed Rd, Edgerton.





(Sep 25) REMINDER - The UWW Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity is sposoring their Color Run on October 1st at Perkins Stadium. All the proceeds of this event will be going to the Whitewater Fire Department.

This is not a race or endurance test by any means. The color run is for individuals of all ages. Firefighters risk their lives rain or shine, so this event will take place rain or shine. So come with a smile and accept the Warhawk 5k Color Walk/Run Challenge. Be Excited! Get Excited! Get Colorful!

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(Sep 25) Coach Kevin Bullis opened up practice once again to Fairhaven Senior Services and it was another tremendous event with the Football Team last Wednesday.

Thirty residents and multiple volunteers had the opportunity to get up close with the team through a handshake line.



Fairhaven residents, volunteers and staff thank the entire coaching staff and players for taking time out of their practice to greet them! Go Warhawks





(Sep 24) Stuff the Bus is Back! Friday, October 14th (12 - 6pm) and Saturday, October 15th (9am - 1pm) at Walmart.

Nelson's Bus Service, Inc., Walmart, and the Whitewater FFA Chapter have teamed up for Stuff the Bus. The main objective of this annual food drive is to get the students of Whitewater Unified School District, local area businesses and the Whitewater community involved by donating food and monetary contributions to Stuff the Bus in an effort to stop hunger. The donations will be collected and totaled by the Whitewater Food Pantry on Friday, October 14th (12 - 6pm) and Saturday, October 15th (9am - 1pm) at Walmart.





Sarah Ziolkowski - WHS 2016 Graduate

(24 Sep) University of Wisconsin-La Crosse freshman Sarah Ziolkowski of Whitewater (H.S.) has been named the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC) Women's Cross Country Athlete of the Week, the league office announced this past Tuesday. For the story from UW - LaCrosse





(Sep 24) Irvin L. Young Memorial Library - There will be no early literacy classes on October 4th or October 6th. Classes will resume on Tuesday, October 11th.





(Sep 23) Blood Drive - 2-6pm Monday October 3rd at First English Lutheran Church






(Sep 23) Participation in the Whitewater's 26th CROP Hunger Walk is a wonderful service project for students of all ages! SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2nd

To learn more about CWS/CROP, visit the website

Their goal is $5,000. Contact: Mariann Scott, (262) 473-4219, for collection envelopes.

In October 2015, groups in the Whitewater community including participants from the University gathered together to walk and raise contributions for Church World Services/Christian Rural Overseas Program (CWS/CROP). The 79 walkers collected $4,146.49 with 25 percent or $1,036.62 going to the Whitewater Food Pantry. In 25 years, the community has raised $179,011 with $34,809 staying in Whitewater (Food Pantry).






CLASS OF 1982 REUNION

(Sep 23) Whitewater High School Class of 1982 is planning their 35th Class Reunion. They are looking for all alumni to join them. Please contact Rita (Domitrz) Hookstead at Email: classof1982.whs@gmail.com so they have your address and contact information to keep you posted on all the events they are planning.

If you know the contact information of other graduates from the class, they would appreciate you providing them with that information as well.





(Sep 22) Keep up to date on what is new at the Whitewater Police Department, current crimes occurring in our community and the most recent scams you are seeing in and around the community. Check out the Whitewater Police Department Face Book page a reliable source of information - .
Shared from the ADRC of Portage County (it had been shared on a WI courts page): SCAM ALERT: On Sunday 9-11-2016 the police department took a report from a resident that a subject had called her stating that she had missed jury duty and as a result a warrant had been issued for her arrest and that she needed to make two $200 money transfers and appear in court on 9-22-2016 or she would be locked in jail. The caller advised her to go to Dollar General and purchase the pay-pal vouchers. When the resident advised that she had no means of transportation, the caller stated he would call a cab to take her.

A short time later, a cab did indeed arrive to take the resident to Dollar General. While en route to the store, she told the cab driver the story and he advised her to return home and call a family member and the driver took her home before she purchased the money transfers.

The family member upon hearing the story contacted police. Investigating the call, the number on caller ID came back to the Osseo, WI area, but further investigation showed that the call had been masked and may have come from the Atlanta, GA area instead.

A couple of points, first, thanks to the driver from Courtesy Cab for preventing the resident from losing $400. Second, you are always notified in writing by the Circuit Court Clerk when you have jury duty. You are contacted by letter months in advance and asked to fill out a questionnaire and then sent another letter telling you what dates you are asked to appear. Third, the police do not make arrangements for transportation to pick up bond money, unless it is in the back of a squad car.

Please be careful, there are always people trying new and creative ways to separate you from your money, and they are frequently invoking the power of law enforcement to get people to hand over hard earned cash. If you get a suspicious call similar to this, hang up and call your local law enforcement agency.





(Sep 19) Walworth County Clean Sweep Household Hazardous Waste Friday & Saturday October 7 & 8

Clean Sweep is dedicated to the collection & proper disposal of household hazardous waste products. Services are available to Walworth County household residents free-of-charge, and pre-registration is not required.

What is household hazardous waste? It is the unusable portion of a household product containing volatile chemicals that are flammable, corrosive, explosive, reactive, toxic or radioactive. These products are identified by looking at labels, which are generally marked CAUSTIC, ACID, DANGER, FLAMMABLE, WARNING, or POISON. Product examples are listed BELOW.
**REMINDER** **MEDICATIONS WILL NOT BE COLLECTED AT THE CLEAN SWEEP EVENT**

COLLECTION POINT #1 Open ONLY on Friday, October 7 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. City of Whitewater Public Works Complex 150 East Starin Road

COLLECTION POINT #2 Open ONLY on Friday, October 7 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Town of Linn Municipal Garage N611 Zenda Road, Zenda

COLLECTION POINT #3 Open ONLY on Saturday, October 8 8:00 a.m. - Noon Walworth County Public Works Department W4097 County Road NN Elkhorn

Is there a Clean Sweep program for businesses & institutions? Yes! But, businesses and institutions must pre-register for the program, provide a list of items they want to bring, and pay for product disposal. Please call 262-741-3367 or 262-741-7264 for more information about this opportunity, or to request a pre-registration form.





(Sep 17) Enjoy a night of creepy stories and lore derived from the history of Whitewater, Wisconsin (also known as "Second Salem").


Learn about the Poison Widow and take a look into the crypt of Mary Worth as you drive to the iconic spots of Whitewater's past.

$35 per ticket Includes:
*Guided Bus Tour
*Drinks & Appetizers
*Guided Storytelling into the legends of Whitewater

The event starts and stops at The Fuzzy Pig for appetizers and drinks. The Fuzzy Pig also does annual haunts for the public to enjoy and will be discounted for Spirit Tour guests at $5 for all the attractions!

Limited seating so reserve your spot! Call (262) 473-4005 to buy your tickets now!




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