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Council Approves Two WPD Requests

The City of Whitewater denied a request to rezone the property that the 1868 Hamilton House resides on last Tuesday night. Following the guidance of the Plan Commission and Christine Munz-Pritchard, who recommended the Council deny the rezone application, the Council unanimously voted to keep the property zoned as Planned Development instead of R-3. The sale of the home was contingent on the approval of the rezone application.

Kimberly Wethal, Editor-in-Chief

January 23, 2018

There was no debate within the City of Whitewater Common Council Tuesday night as to who was going to be awarded the bid for the Whitewater Police Department’s addition to their squad car fleet. Posed with the decision between Ketterhagen Motor Sales Inc. of Whitewater or Ewald Automotive of Milw...

Car starts on fire in lot 19

February 17, 2012

“I knew it was my truck right away.” Those are the words of sophomore Dustin Milz, who was the unlucky victim of a car fire early Friday morning. Milz, who is studying graphic design and is from Kenosha, said he was in his dorm room in Wellers Hall when he saw his 1993 Ford F350 diesel truck...

Student hit by car on Main Street

March 2, 2011

A UW-Whitewater student was struck by a car at the intersection of Main Street and Whiton Street Tuesday afternoon. Senior Chris ONeil said he was crossing Main Street at the Whiton Street crosswalk when he was “nudged” by the vehicle. “The car came up [and] sort of nudged me,” he said. ...

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