• From the school greenhouse to the kitchen
  • In this week’s Standard Press…
  • WIAA Volleyball: Seib, ‘Toppers head to Division 4 state title match
  • ‘Jane Doe’ was abused, killed by nurse who took her in, officials allege
  • WIAA Volleyball: Burlington downs Union Grove in state quarterfinal
  • From the school greenhouse to the kitchen

    From the school greenhouse to the kitchen

    Agriculture students at Union Grove High School recently delivered the first harvest of lettuce from the school’s greenhouse to the kitchen. Above: Students Adriana DeYong (from left) and Connor Esch have the honor of handing off the lettuce to Brenda Sunderland, food service director. Agriculture students learn about sustainable growing […]

  • In this week’s Standard Press…

    In this week’s Standard Press…

    Any veteran, regardless of military branch, has offered a blank check to the United States for the cost of freedom. The blank check, according to veteran Bren Nimke, of Waterford, includes their life. Nimke, the keynote speaker at Monday’s Veterans Day ceremony at Veterans Terrace, spoke of the sacrifice and […]

  • WIAA Volleyball: Seib, ‘Toppers head to Division 4 state title match

    WIAA Volleyball: Seib, ‘Toppers head to Division 4 state title match

    Catholic Central faces unbeaten Clear Lake Saturday By Jason Arndt Editor Junior Sammie Seib and the Catholic Central Hilltoppers will head to Saturday’s WIAA Division 4 state girls volleyball title match following a four-set win against Hillsboro Friday. The Hilltoppers, who defeated the Tigers, 25-19, 25-13, 22-25, 25-14, received a […]

  • ‘Jane Doe’ was abused, killed by nurse who took her in, officials allege

    ‘Jane Doe’ was abused, killed by nurse who took her in, officials allege

    Suspect is charged with murder in 20-year-old case By Jennifer Eisenbart Correspondent The trail may have gone cold, but as Racine County Sheriff Christopher Schmaling said Friday morning, the Jane Doe case from 1999 never grew dust. “Over the last 20 years, we have dedicated thousands of investigative hours to […]

  • WIAA Volleyball: Burlington downs Union Grove in state quarterfinal

    WIAA Volleyball: Burlington downs Union Grove in state quarterfinal

    After scare against Broncos, Demons play top-seeded Arrowhead Friday By Jason Arndt Editor Union Grove took advantage of Burlington’s early nerves to take two of the first three sets in Thursday’s WIAA Division 1 state quarterfinal at the Resch Center in Green Bay. But the fourth-seeded Demons regrouped to come […]

 

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Referendum work takes shape

Referendum work takes shape

Going forward, projects at high school will be more visible By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Work on all of components of Waterford Union High School’s referendum-funded facilities is underway, district officials announced recently. District Administrator Luke Francois provided the School Board with an update on the referendum projects at a meeting […]

 
 

From the school greenhouse to the kitchen

From the school greenhouse to the kitchen

Agriculture students at Union Grove High School recently delivered the first harvest of lettuce from the school’s greenhouse to the kitchen. Above: Students Adriana DeYong (from left) and Connor Esch have the honor of handing off the lettuce to Brenda Sunderland, food service director. Agriculture students learn about sustainable growing […]

 
 

In this week’s Standard Press…

In this week’s Standard Press…

Any veteran, regardless of military branch, has offered a blank check to the United States for the cost of freedom. The blank check, according to veteran Bren Nimke, of Waterford, includes their life. Nimke, the keynote speaker at Monday’s Veterans Day ceremony at Veterans Terrace, spoke of the sacrifice and […]

 
 

ROSEMARY ESSMAN

ROSEMARY ESSMAN

      Rosemary “Rose” Essman, 89 of Waterford, passed away Sunday Nov. 10, 2019 at Memorial Hospital of Burlington. Visitation will be held on Thursday, Nov. 14, 2019, from 3 to 5:45 p.m. at St. Thomas Church, 305 South First Street, Waterford. Mass of Christian Burial will begin at 6 p.m. […]

 
 

CAROLEE B. VOHS

CAROLEE B. VOHS

      Carolee B. Vohs, 94, of Burlington, passed away Saturday, Nov. 9, 2019 at Oak Park Place. Carolee was born in Slades Corners on Sept. 28, 1925, to Emil and Alma (nee Bosse) Burmeister. On Sept. 12, 1959, she was united in marriage to Herman C. Vohs at St. John’s […]

 
 

JUDITH RAE SCHMIDT

JUDITH RAE SCHMIDT

      Judith Rae Schmidt, 65, passed away peacefully on Nov. 6, 2019 surrounded by her daughters and sister. She passed away after learning of and battling recurrence and metastasis of breast cancer. Judy was born on March 10, 1954, to Harold and Mona (Scherbarth) Ellertson. Judy was an extremely hard […]

 
 

JEANNE M. HOEVET

JEANNE M. HOEVET

      Jeanne M. Hoevet, forever young, passed away on Friday, Nov. 8, 2019 at the Jefferson Memory care. Jeanne was the daughter of William and Martha (Piepenburg) Kazmaier. She was a graduate of Burlington High School and later married the love of her life, Robert J. Hoevet on April 27 […]

 
 

JAMES HARLOW ALBEE

JAMES HARLOW ALBEE

James Harlow Albee, 75, of Waterford, passed away unexpectedly in his home surrounded by family on Nov. 6, 2019. Jim was born in August of 1944 to Harlow and Thelma Albee in Abilene, Texas. Jim is survived by his wife of 47 years Paulette; children, David Albee of Waterford, Jeffrey […]

 
 

Damon gets his revenge, Demons last team standing

Damon gets his revenge, Demons last team standing

Call it rivalry resentment. Or the relentless will to beat your biggest foe. Whatever you call it, call it a big-time, upset victory for the Burlington Demons over the Waterford Wolverines last Friday, something not a lot of people, including myself, saw coming. A week after allowing only seven points […]

 
 

Burlington ousts top-seeded Waterford

Burlington ousts top-seeded Waterford

Demons to face vaunted Waukesha West Friday By Chris Bennett Correspondent Players who participated in the WIAA Division 2 Level 2 football playoff game between Waterford Union and Burlington high schools Nov. 1 will talk of the experience for years to come. The fourth-seeded Demons, who upset No. 1 Waterford […]

 
 
 
 

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