• Panel to study school boundaries
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  • Wrestling: Burlington pinned in team sectional final
  • County agency recommends against gravel pit
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  • Panel to study school boundaries

    Panel to study school boundaries

    BASD committee will lay groundwork for new grade configuration By Jason Arndt Editor While construction continues on the new Karcher Middle School, the Burlington Area School District Board of Education continues to move forward on other referendum objectives, including a new grade configuration plan. The configuration involves converting the middle […]

  • Crash devastates local families

    Crash devastates local families

    Tragedy claims lives of police officer, talented lawyer By Jason Arndt Editor A horrific vehicle crash on a snowy afternoon in the Village of Yorkville Feb. 9 claimed the lives of two people heavily devoted to their respective professions and families. While one was a dedicated City of Racine police […]

  • Wrestling: Burlington pinned in team sectional final

    Wrestling: Burlington pinned in team sectional final

    Close matches, questionable calls highlight match against top-ranked Mukwonago By Mike Ramczyk Correspondent The Burlington wrestling squad was vying for its third team state tournament berth in a row and seventh in nine years Tuesday night at Kenosha Bradford High School. Unfortunately for the Demons, who are ranked No. 4 […]

  • County agency recommends against gravel pit

    County agency recommends against gravel pit

    By Jason Arndt Editor A resolution passed by the Spring Prairie Town Board opposing a proposed gravel pit left the Walworth County Zoning Agency with limited options at a Feb. 20 meeting. The options, according to Director Michael P. Cotter, of the Land Use and Resource Management Department, were either […]

  • Girls basketball: Broncos keep pace in conference play

    Girls basketball: Broncos keep pace in conference play

    Team wins fourth in a row By Jason Arndt Staff Writer The Union Grove girls basketball team maintained a top spot in Southern Lakes Conference play Monday when the Broncos edged host Delavan-Darien 42-34 and avenged an early season loss to the Comets. Union Grove, which won its fourth straight […]

 

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ROBERT F. SCHOOF

ROBERT F. SCHOOF

      Robert F. Schoof, 92, of Waterford, passed away peacefully at home with loving family at his side on Feb. 23, 2020. Robert was born in Milwaukee March 30, 1927, to Robert R. and Pauline Perillon Schoof. He spent his early life in Milwaukee where he had graduated Rufus King […]

 
 

DOROTHY A. KERKMAN

DOROTHY A. KERKMAN

      Dorothy A. Kerkman, 94, of Waterford, passed away Sunday, Feb. 23, 2020 at Waterford Senior Living. Dorothy was born in Bassett on Oct. 12, 1925, to Henry and Mathilda (nee Richter) Nienhaus. Her early years were spent in Bassett, where she attended Bassett Grade School and Wilmot High School. […]

 
 

JENNIFER JEAN DIENER

JENNIFER JEAN DIENER

      Jennifer Jean Diener, 48, of Union Grove, left this world to be with her dad in heaven on Feb. 15, 2020, following complications from an automobile accident. Jennifer was born in Milwaukee on April 3, 1971, to her proud parents, Philip and Jean (nee Jacobs) Jacobson. A graduate of […]

 
 

MARCIA A. KERR

MARCIA A. KERR

      Marcia A. Kerr, 55, of Burlington, passed away Monday, Feb. 17, 2020 at UW Health University Hospital in Madison. Marcia was born in Racine on Sept. 11, 1964, to William and Elizabeth Rysdam. Her early life was spent in Burlington, where she graduated Burlington High School. On May 23, […]

 
 

BENITO JAMES RAMON     

BENITO JAMES RAMON     

      Benito James Ramon, 48, of Wind Lake, passed away Feb. 11, 2020 after a strong fight with pancreatic cancer with his loving family by his side at St. Luke’s Medical Center in Milwaukee. Benito was born June 9, 1971 to Reynaldo and Bonnie (nee Cutsforth) Ramon in Burlington. He […]

 
 

JOHN FRANCIS SHEA

JOHN FRANCIS SHEA

      Dr. John Francis Shea, 78, passed away peacefully surrounded by love at his home in Burlington on Feb. 19, 2020. John was born on July 13, 1941 in Peoria, Ill. to James D. and Ruth (nee Marchino) Shea. He and Patricia Ann Moeckel were married Dec. 7, 1984 in […]

 
 

LAWRENCE KEITH KRAMER

LAWRENCE KEITH KRAMER

      Lawrence Keith Kramer, 83, passed away Feb. 19, 2020 at home. He was born in Burlington on Aug. 15, 1936 to Hugo and Esther (nee Watson) Kramer and attended Burlington schools. Lawrence served in the Air Force. He worked for the City of Burlington for many years.          He liked […]

 
 

LINDA M. ERNST

LINDA M. ERNST

      Linda M. Ernst, 68, of Green Bay, died peacefully, Monday, Feb. 17, 2020 after a long illness, supported by her loving husband, Paul. She was born April 10, 1951 in St. Cloud, Minn. to John and Claire (Budde) Van Haren. Linda was a graduate of Burlington High School, Class […]

 
 

Panel to study school boundaries

Panel to study school boundaries

BASD committee will lay groundwork for new grade configuration By Jason Arndt Editor While construction continues on the new Karcher Middle School, the Burlington Area School District Board of Education continues to move forward on other referendum objectives, including a new grade configuration plan. The configuration involves converting the middle […]

 
 

Crash devastates local families

Crash devastates local families

Tragedy claims lives of police officer, talented lawyer By Jason Arndt Editor A horrific vehicle crash on a snowy afternoon in the Village of Yorkville Feb. 9 claimed the lives of two people heavily devoted to their respective professions and families. While one was a dedicated City of Racine police […]

 
 
 
 

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