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  • Weather forces cancellation of festival’s Saturday outdoor events

    Weather forces cancellation of festival’s Saturday outdoor events

    But many Hot Chocolate Fest events are still a go this weekend Due to the weather forecast of snow for Friday night into Saturday, some of the Hot Chocolate Fest activities have been canceled, according to the Burlington Chamber of Commerce. All of the outdoor activities based at Wehmhoff Square […]

  • Grove man dies after being struck by car along dark highway

    Grove man dies after being struck by car along dark highway

    A 51-year-old Union Grove man died Saturday after being struck by a car while walking along a dark Kenosha County highway shortly before 3 a.m. Jeffery D. Etlicher suffered severe injuries as a result of the incident that was reported at 2:57 a.m. along Highway H (88th Avenue) about a […]

  • Major roadwork ahead

    Major roadwork ahead

    City targets portion of Milwaukee Avenue for reconstruction in 2019 By Jason Arndt Editor Road improvement projects are on the horizon in the City of Burlington, but to move forward, the Common Council on Feb. 5 will consider a task order with Kapur and Associates, Inc. to conduct construction management. […]

  • Look, mom, you made the paper

    Look, mom, you made the paper

    Ramczyk says mom lived to love, care about others   For the last few months, things began to deteriorate with my mom’s health. Doctor appointments, a hospital stay and medicine became the new “normal,” a harsh reality for such a vibrant soul. Joan Ramczyk, known to some as Joni, or […]

  • In this week’s Standard Press…

    In this week’s Standard Press…

          Town of Burlington voters in April will get a chance to weigh in on whether they believe it’s worthwhile for the township to continue studying the feasibility of incorporating into a village. The advisory referendum was approved on a 3-2 vote but not all agree on whether the ballot […]

 

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Weather forces cancellation of festival’s Saturday outdoor events

Weather forces cancellation of festival’s Saturday outdoor events

But many Hot Chocolate Fest events are still a go this weekend Due to the weather forecast of snow for Friday night into Saturday, some of the Hot Chocolate Fest activities have been canceled, according to the Burlington Chamber of Commerce. All of the outdoor activities based at Wehmhoff Square […]

 
 

Grove man dies after being struck by car along dark highway

Grove man dies after being struck by car along dark highway

A 51-year-old Union Grove man died Saturday after being struck by a car while walking along a dark Kenosha County highway shortly before 3 a.m. Jeffery D. Etlicher suffered severe injuries as a result of the incident that was reported at 2:57 a.m. along Highway H (88th Avenue) about a […]

 
 

Major roadwork ahead

Major roadwork ahead

City targets portion of Milwaukee Avenue for reconstruction in 2019 By Jason Arndt Editor Road improvement projects are on the horizon in the City of Burlington, but to move forward, the Common Council on Feb. 5 will consider a task order with Kapur and Associates, Inc. to conduct construction management. […]

 
 

Look, mom, you made the paper

Look, mom, you made the paper

Ramczyk says mom lived to love, care about others   For the last few months, things began to deteriorate with my mom’s health. Doctor appointments, a hospital stay and medicine became the new “normal,” a harsh reality for such a vibrant soul. Joan Ramczyk, known to some as Joni, or […]

 
 

Town incorporation study will go to referendum

It remains to be seen if it’s even possible for township to become a village By Jason Arndt Editor When Town of Burlington voters receive their ballots on April 2 they will be asked one simple question: Should the Town of Burlington continue to explore becoming a village? The question, […]

 
 

In this week’s Standard Press…

In this week’s Standard Press…

      Town of Burlington voters in April will get a chance to weigh in on whether they believe it’s worthwhile for the township to continue studying the feasibility of incorporating into a village. The advisory referendum was approved on a 3-2 vote but not all agree on whether the ballot […]

 
 

EDWARD TOMAS STONE JR.

EDWARD TOMAS STONE JR.

      Edward Tomas Stone JR., passed away due to complications from cancer on Jan. 12, 2019. Ed was born in Cripple Creek, Colo. on Jan. 15, 1933 to Edward Tomas Sr. and Josephine “Happy” (nee Stein) Stone. His father and uncles primarily worked in the gold mines, and had many […]

 
 

BERNARD B. BARCZAK

BERNARD B. BARCZAK

      Bernard B. Barczak, age 93, formerly of Bay View, passed away peacefully on Friday, Jan. 11, 2019 at the with his devoted family at his side. Bernard was born in Milwaukee on June 30, 1925 to Joseph and Tekla (nee Frankowiak) Barczak. As a young man, Bernard resided in […]

 
 

VITO COLANO

VITO COLANO

      Vito Colano, age 90, of Waterford, passed away at home on Jan. 11, 2019 with his loving family and friends at his side. Vito was born in Chicago on Feb. 25, 1928, to Ralph Angelo and Theresa Marie (nee Urso) Colano. His early life was spent in Skokie, Ill. […]

 
 

GEORGE E. MUTTER

GEORGE E. MUTTER

      George E. Mutter, 91, passed away Thursday, Jan. 10, 2019 at Aurora Medical Center in Burlington. George was born in Kansasville on Apr. 18, 1927, to Edward and Veronica (nee Sauder) Mutter. He graduated from Burlington High School, and continued to live his entire life in Kansasville, while spending […]

 
 
 
 

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