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  • St. Thomas to close school
  • Fiehweg’s bomb, Baker’s gem boost Wolverines in softball playoff
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  • Driver killed in collision with train

    Driver killed in collision with train

        The driver of a vehicle that collided with a train at a private crossing in Western Kenosha County Thursday afternoon was killed in the crash, according to Sheriff’s Office. A southbound Canadian National train pulling 103 rail cars collided with the vehicle shortly after 1 p.m. at crossing […]

  • St. Thomas to close school

    St. Thomas to close school

    Declining enrollment forced parish’s decision By Cathy Kozlowicz Correspondent After 167 years of religious-based education at Waterford’s St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic School, parish officials recently made the decision to close the school. This was announced at a special parish meeting May 16. The families of students who attend the school […]

  • Fiehweg’s bomb, Baker’s gem boost Wolverines in softball playoff

    Fiehweg’s bomb, Baker’s gem boost Wolverines in softball playoff

    Injury-depleted Demons simply can’t solve resurgent Waterford squad By Mike Ramczyk Correspondent It’s been awhile since the Waterford softball squad has made a large dent in the WIAA postseason. This spring, they’re well on their way, and they had the added pleasure of doing it against their biggest rival, Burlington. […]

  • ChocolateFest rolls with the glitz of Vegas

    ChocolateFest rolls with the glitz of Vegas

    Viva Choco Vegas theme will carry event through holiday weekend By Tracy Ouellette Staff Writer The game is on this year at Burlington’s annual ChocolateFest celebration. With the theme of “Viva Choco Vegas! the sweetest festival in the area promises to be chock full of fun. As in year’s past, […]

  • In this week’s Standard Press…

    In this week’s Standard Press…

          When it comes to chocolate, keeping the treat cool and fresh is the key to enjoyment. And that’s not far off the mark the organizers set each year for ChocolateFest – Burlington’s marquee annual festival. Organizers are looking for the right mix of new experiences and traditional favorites to […]

 

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Driver killed in collision with train

Driver killed in collision with train

    The driver of a vehicle that collided with a train at a private crossing in Western Kenosha County Thursday afternoon was killed in the crash, according to Sheriff’s Office. A southbound Canadian National train pulling 103 rail cars collided with the vehicle shortly after 1 p.m. at crossing […]

 
 

St. Thomas to close school

St. Thomas to close school

Declining enrollment forced parish’s decision By Cathy Kozlowicz Correspondent After 167 years of religious-based education at Waterford’s St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic School, parish officials recently made the decision to close the school. This was announced at a special parish meeting May 16. The families of students who attend the school […]

 
 

Fiehweg’s bomb, Baker’s gem boost Wolverines in softball playoff

Fiehweg’s bomb, Baker’s gem boost Wolverines in softball playoff

Injury-depleted Demons simply can’t solve resurgent Waterford squad By Mike Ramczyk Correspondent It’s been awhile since the Waterford softball squad has made a large dent in the WIAA postseason. This spring, they’re well on their way, and they had the added pleasure of doing it against their biggest rival, Burlington. […]

 
 

ChocolateFest rolls with the glitz of Vegas

ChocolateFest rolls with the glitz of Vegas

Viva Choco Vegas theme will carry event through holiday weekend By Tracy Ouellette Staff Writer The game is on this year at Burlington’s annual ChocolateFest celebration. With the theme of “Viva Choco Vegas! the sweetest festival in the area promises to be chock full of fun. As in year’s past, […]

 
 

In this week’s Standard Press…

In this week’s Standard Press…

      When it comes to chocolate, keeping the treat cool and fresh is the key to enjoyment. And that’s not far off the mark the organizers set each year for ChocolateFest – Burlington’s marquee annual festival. Organizers are looking for the right mix of new experiences and traditional favorites to […]

 
 

CHRISTOPHER LEE COCROFT

CHRISTOPHER LEE COCROFT

      Christopher Lee Cocroft, 36, of Delavan, passed away in Sugar Creek on Tuesday, May 14, 2019. Chris was born Dec. 29, 1982 in Elkhorn. He married DezaRae Lamb on Dec. 31, 2014 in Janesville. He is survived by his loving wife DezaRae; children AnnaBelle, Alyssa, Austin, MaddaLynn, Christopher; his […]

 
 

ANNE F. KADDATZ

ANNE F. KADDATZ

      Anne F. Kaddatz, 86, passed away Friday, May 17, 2019 at Pine Brook Pointe in Burlington. Anne was born in Elkhorn on Oct. 13, 1932 to Francis and Anna (nee Taschler) Kaelbli. She spent her early life in Lake Geneva and graduated from Lake Geneva High School. On Nov. […]

 
 

LINDA JOY HORNER

LINDA JOY HORNER

      On June 29, 1948, the house at 402 Racine St in Waterford sparkled with true joy – Linda Joy Horner. She returned home to that house until her nursing home entry, and brightened our world until her death on May 17, 2019. Linda was the fourth daughter of Fred […]

 
 

PERRY KEITH HELLUM

PERRY KEITH HELLUM

      Perry Keith Hellum, 77, passed away Thursday, May 16, 2019 surrounded by his family he loved so much. Perry was born in Stoughton on Nov. 16, 1941. He was the only child of Wilbur and Christine (Breingsness) Hellum. He spent his childhood in Stoughton where he played baseball for […]

 
 

Netters make splash at conference tournament

Netters make splash at conference tournament

Several standout performances allow team to improve on regular season By Mike Ramczyk Correspondent With Lake Geneva Badger dominating the Southern Lakes Conference in boys tennis and Waterford and Elkhorn not far behind, the Burlington Demons weren’t necessarily going to shock the world last week and win the whole thing. […]

 
 
 
 

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