• Man charged with having sex with 13-year-old boy
  • An officer’s passion for the Special Olympics
  • TITLETOWN: Burlington, Catholic Central volleyball unite to celebrate state championships
  • Plymouth Church celebrates 160 years
  • Strong support in city carried school referendum
  • Man charged with having sex with 13-year-old boy

    Man charged with having sex with 13-year-old boy

    A Burlington man charged with engaging in sex acts with a 13-year-old boy pleaded not guilty to multiple charges during an arraignment Nov. 1. Tyler L. Esposito, 19, was charged Oct. 24 in Racine County Circuit Court with four counts of second-degree sexual assault of a child younger than 16 […]

  • An officer’s passion for the Special Olympics

    An officer’s passion for the Special Olympics

    Wangnoss, of Burlington, to represent state in international games By Jason Arndt Editor City of Burlington police officer Bryan Wangnoss knew he wanted to get involved with the Special Olympics after seeing the international organization brighten in his niece’s life. His niece, Hailey Disch, was born with Down syndrome has […]

  • TITLETOWN: Burlington, Catholic Central volleyball unite to celebrate state championships

    TITLETOWN: Burlington, Catholic Central volleyball unite to celebrate state championships

    Parade, ceremony at BHS highlight historic titles   By Jason Arndt jarndt@southernlakesnewspapers.com A “Titletown” united. That’s what happened on Monday, when the Burlington area celebrated not just one, but two WIAA state girls volleyball championships after Burlington captured its second straight title in Division 1 and Catholic Central won in […]

  • Plymouth Church celebrates 160 years

    Plymouth Church celebrates 160 years

    By Jason Arndt Editor Since 1858, when Plymouth Congregational United Church of Christ was officially chartered, the congregation continues to serve the Burlington community. In recognition of 160 years in Burlington, the church is welcoming members of the community to attend its seventh annual Heritage Sunday service and anniversary celebration […]

  • Strong support in city carried school referendum

    Strong support in city carried school referendum

    Tax tolerance strategy earns 55% of overall vote By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief The Burlington Area School District’s referendum, which was designed from a “tax tolerance” standpoint, resonated best with voters in the City of Burlington, an analysis of the numbers from Tuesday’s election shows. The referendum – seeking […]

 

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BETTY JANE SCHUCKMAN

BETTY JANE SCHUCKMAN

      Betty Jane Schuckman, 90, of Burlington, passed away Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018 at Pine Brook Pointe. She was born in Milwaukee on Feb. 28, 1928 to Albert and Susan (nee Henk) Kramer. She spent her early life in Milwaukee where she attended West Division High School. On Feb. 15, […]

 
 

WLLIAM HENRY MARCELL

WLLIAM HENRY MARCELL

      William Henry Marcell, 80, went to his heavenly home on Nov. 9, 2018, while holding his beautiful bride’s hand at their home Moorhead, Minn. He spent his last days surrounded by family, love and prayers. Sweet William was born in Chicago on Feb. 4, 1838 (as he liked to […]

 
 

BARRY LAWRENCE POCZEKAJ

BARRY LAWRENCE POCZEKAJ

      Barry Lawrence Poczekaj, 64, of Waterford, passed away peacefully in his sleep Nov. 7, 2018. Barry was born to Leonard and Ardis (nee Berendt) Poczekaj on Oct. 16, 1954 in Milwaukee. He was raised and attended school in the St. Francis and Wind Lake areas. Barry worked in the […]

 
 

Man charged with having sex with 13-year-old boy

Man charged with having sex with 13-year-old boy

A Burlington man charged with engaging in sex acts with a 13-year-old boy pleaded not guilty to multiple charges during an arraignment Nov. 1. Tyler L. Esposito, 19, was charged Oct. 24 in Racine County Circuit Court with four counts of second-degree sexual assault of a child younger than 16 […]

 
 

Man found unconscious in car in Waterford

A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Nov. 8 for a Green Bay man found unconscious in his car in Waterford after using methamphetamine. Harley S. Chastain, 21, was charged Oct. 29 in Racine County Circuit Court with possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia and three counts of felony bail […]

 
 

An officer’s passion for the Special Olympics

An officer’s passion for the Special Olympics

Wangnoss, of Burlington, to represent state in international games By Jason Arndt Editor City of Burlington police officer Bryan Wangnoss knew he wanted to get involved with the Special Olympics after seeing the international organization brighten in his niece’s life. His niece, Hailey Disch, was born with Down syndrome has […]

 
 

TITLETOWN: Burlington, Catholic Central volleyball unite to celebrate state championships

TITLETOWN: Burlington, Catholic Central volleyball unite to celebrate state championships

Parade, ceremony at BHS highlight historic titles   By Jason Arndt jarndt@southernlakesnewspapers.com A “Titletown” united. That’s what happened on Monday, when the Burlington area celebrated not just one, but two WIAA state girls volleyball championships after Burlington captured its second straight title in Division 1 and Catholic Central won in […]

 
 

Elementary school referendum passes

Expansion, renovation plan gains 63% voter support Voters in the Union Grove Elementary School District got behind a nearly $8 million plan to expand, reconfigure and maintain the K-8 school during Tuesday’s election. The referendum garnered 63 percent approval, passing 1,484 to 870, according to unofficial totals posted by the […]

 
 

High school receives additional funding for safety upgrades

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Plans are in motion to receive additional dollars for safety upgrades at Waterford Union High School, officials announced recently. During his routine monthly report to the School Board, WUHS Principal Dan Foster said the infusion of additional grant funds will go toward several efforts, including a […]

 
 

Plymouth Church celebrates 160 years

Plymouth Church celebrates 160 years

By Jason Arndt Editor Since 1858, when Plymouth Congregational United Church of Christ was officially chartered, the congregation continues to serve the Burlington community. In recognition of 160 years in Burlington, the church is welcoming members of the community to attend its seventh annual Heritage Sunday service and anniversary celebration […]

 
 
 
 

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