• Tree cutting leaves bike trail bare
  • Klug breaks Tony Romo’s all-time Burlington scoring record
  • Burlington wrestling establishes conference stronghold, Krattiger remains untouchable
  • Ice is the forecast for Saturday’s festival
  • ALL AREA VOLLEYBALL: To the champs go the spoils
  • Tree cutting leaves bike trail bare

    Tree cutting leaves bike trail bare

    Alderman concerned transmission company went too far in trimming vegetation By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief Recent work to remove trees and brush under electrical transmission lines along the Seven Waters Bike Trail in Burlington have transformed the look of the trail – and not for the better, a city […]

  • Klug breaks Tony Romo’s all-time Burlington scoring record

    Klug breaks Tony Romo’s all-time Burlington scoring record

    Klug scores season-high 25, Demons down Badgers   By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com LAKE GENEVA – For the rest of his life, whenever someone he meets finds out he’s from Burlington and asks if he knows Tony Romo, Nick Klug can simply smile and nod. Though he’s a pretty humble kid […]

  • Burlington wrestling establishes conference stronghold, Krattiger remains untouchable

    Burlington wrestling establishes conference stronghold, Krattiger remains untouchable

    Light, middle weights jump on Waterford early   By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com WATERFORD – Elkhorn Area High School head coach Ken Reynolds is one of the most respected and knowledgeable wrestling people in the state. So when he speaks, it’s a good idea to listen. After the Burlington varsity wrestling […]

  • Ice is the forecast for Saturday’s festival

    Ice is the forecast for Saturday’s festival

    Second annual event features frozen sculptures By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief As snowflakes fell on Monday, Burlington Mayor Jeannie Hefty could hardly contain her excitement about the weather prospects for Saturday’s second annual Burlington Ice Festival. “I’m so excited – especially with the snow,” she said. The event – […]

  • ALL AREA VOLLEYBALL: To the champs go the spoils

    ALL AREA VOLLEYBALL: To the champs go the spoils

    Koenen, Lynch, Leach lead Burlington-centric 2nd annual squad   By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com You really can’t have a tougher decision when it comes to deciding these postseason awards. Do you go with the bona fide star, the All-American that’s set records in the process? Or do you stick with the […]

 

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Tree cutting leaves bike trail bare

Tree cutting leaves bike trail bare

Alderman concerned transmission company went too far in trimming vegetation By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief Recent work to remove trees and brush under electrical transmission lines along the Seven Waters Bike Trail in Burlington have transformed the look of the trail – and not for the better, a city […]

 
 

Klug breaks Tony Romo’s all-time Burlington scoring record

Klug breaks Tony Romo’s all-time Burlington scoring record

Klug scores season-high 25, Demons down Badgers   By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com LAKE GENEVA – For the rest of his life, whenever someone he meets finds out he’s from Burlington and asks if he knows Tony Romo, Nick Klug can simply smile and nod. Though he’s a pretty humble kid […]

 
 

Burlington wrestling establishes conference stronghold, Krattiger remains untouchable

Burlington wrestling establishes conference stronghold, Krattiger remains untouchable

Light, middle weights jump on Waterford early   By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com WATERFORD – Elkhorn Area High School head coach Ken Reynolds is one of the most respected and knowledgeable wrestling people in the state. So when he speaks, it’s a good idea to listen. After the Burlington varsity wrestling […]

 
 

THOMAS E. DAVEY

THOMAS E. DAVEY

      Thomas E. “Col. or Tom” Davey, 86, retired Colonel U.S. Air Force, of Waterford, died Dec. 11, 2017. Tom was born in Chicago on Aug. 26, 1931. He enlisted in the U.S. Air Force in 1951 for the Korean War. He received his officer commission and pilot’s wings through […]

 
 

Union Grove poised to grow by more than 80 acres

Village approves request to annex parcel from Yorkville By Dave Fidlin CORRESPONDENT The Village of Union Grove is about to increase the size of its municipal limits at the expense of the Town of Yorkville. On the heels of a favorable recommendation last week, the Village Board on Dec. 11 […]

 
 

Casey’s rezoning request in Rochester advances to Village Board

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent A convenience store and gas station planned for a high-profile intersection passed the initial smell test during a Rochester panel’s recent review. Casey’s General Store, which is making a push into Racine County with several proposed locations, is seeking village approval to construct a 4,700-square-foot store […]

 
 

Ice is the forecast for Saturday’s festival

Ice is the forecast for Saturday’s festival

Second annual event features frozen sculptures By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief As snowflakes fell on Monday, Burlington Mayor Jeannie Hefty could hardly contain her excitement about the weather prospects for Saturday’s second annual Burlington Ice Festival. “I’m so excited – especially with the snow,” she said. The event – […]

 
 

ALL AREA VOLLEYBALL: To the champs go the spoils

ALL AREA VOLLEYBALL: To the champs go the spoils

Koenen, Lynch, Leach lead Burlington-centric 2nd annual squad   By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com You really can’t have a tougher decision when it comes to deciding these postseason awards. Do you go with the bona fide star, the All-American that’s set records in the process? Or do you stick with the […]

 
 

City planners want Casey’s to upgrade proposal

City planners want Casey’s to upgrade proposal

Company wants to build gas station-convenience store in downtown Burlington By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Although a city consultant recommended approval, a proposed Casey’s General Store on Dodge Street was not eye appealing enough for members of the Burlington Plan Commission, which opted to postpone all items related to the […]

 
 

In this week’s Standard Press…

In this week’s Standard Press…

      Members of the City of Burlington Plan Commission on Tuesday sent representatives from Casey’s General Store back to the drawing board with a request to come up with a better design for their gas station-convenience store proposed for the corner of Dodge and Adams streets. Planners said they’d like […]

 
 
 
 

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