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Just in time for the chilly season, UWW student Ethan Wyland tries to choose a cuddly companion from Kit’s Knits at the Whitewater City Market.

Fall at the farmers market

Ivy Steege and Aurora Schock October 9, 2022

Cool autumn breezes and locally-sourced goods are still available at the Whitewater Farmers Market and City Market. The bi-weekly event plans to be around until the end of October. Since 1991, the market...

A controlled burn is set on the effigy mounds to maintain the site the summer of 2018.

Why is it important to preserve the Whitewater effigy mounds?

Kori Oberle & Pat Blackmer, Whitewater Landmarks Commission Members October 9, 2022

The Whitewater Effigy Mounds Preserve includes thirteen burial mounds built by indigenous peoples on the far southwest edge of what is now known as Whitewater, Wisconsin. Several mounds were built in the...

First and second place winners Di’allo Gordon and Tony Wagner compete in the Madden Xbox One Tournament Monday, Sept. 26.

Esports tournament begins year of gaming

Libby Nabhan, Journalist October 2, 2022

Esports kicked off this year with a Madden Xbox One Tournament in Warhawk Alley beginning Sept. 12 and finishing with the championship game Monday, Sept. 26. The Esports event consisted of 32 players in...

 Jennifer Bastian (center) answers a question during the “Hold Together” panel discussion. Photo courtesy of Alison Acker, Roberta’s Art Gallery Photographer.

Art exhibit focuses on community building

Anne Gernetzke , Arts and Recreation Editor September 18, 2022

Campus and community members gathered to discuss inclusion and mental health at Roberta’s Art Gallery Sept. 14, for the reception of Jennifer Bastian’s “Hold Together” exhibit.  Bastian, an...

From Left: Tyrone Green, Colin Anderson, Dauntae Green and Rachel Stapelman enjoy bruch at The Sweet Spot Bakehouse.

Editor’s choice for Best in Whitewater

Dauntae Green, Mannaging Editor March 6, 2022

Whitewater has everything you need in this small city of just over 14,000 residents. There is always something to do like dining out, getting a new hairdo, watching a game at some terrific local bars and...

For the love of pizza

For the love of pizza

Parker Rezner, Assistant Lifestyle Editor March 6, 2022

Rosa’s Pizza located at 180 W Main St has been a staple of Whitewater cuisine for years and it was proven yet again this year, being voted into the top three best pizza restaurants in town. After a fire...

A new Sled Shed now resides at Tripp Lake Park for community members to use over the winter months Jan. 21, 2022.

Winter fun in Whitewater

Dauntae Green, Managing Editor January 30, 2022

In the winter season there can be many things to do in Whitewater that would be fun, chaotic, and can be what you need to help make memories. You can go hiking on hike trails, snowshoeing and sledding...

Whitewater welcomes new convenience stores

Whitewater welcomes new convenience stores

Alicia Dougherty, Editor January 16, 2022

The city of Whitewater welcomed a new Kwik Trip store to the community Dec 9. 2021 at 305 Elkhorn Rd. and will be celebrating the opening of another Kwik Trip store at 837 S. Janesville St. These two...

The University of Whitewater-Warhawks celebrates a hard-earned 3-1 win over the University of Dubuque during the home game on Oct. 13, 2021.

Women’s volleyball crushes the court

Sam Strash, Sports Journalist October 17, 2021

The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater women’s volleyball team defeated the University of Dubuque (IA) in their matchup Wednesday, Oct. 13. The Warhawks won 26-24, 25-16, lost 27-25, then won the match...

Whitewater is home to many supposedly haunted locations and experiences. The Winchester House is no exception. It is rumored that the previous owner was cursed by a witch and now haunts this property, Friday evening, Oct. 15, 2021.

A spooky history lesson

Kylie McCombe, Photographer Editor October 17, 2021

A view of the past: The original peoples of Whitewater

A view of the past: The original peoples of Whitewater

Carol Lohry Cartwright, Contributor October 10, 2021

The “official” histories of Whitewater only briefly mention historic and prehistoric people who occupied this area prior to white settlement in the 1830s.  Yet, this history of ancient people and...

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