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  • Burlington Roundup: Baseball boys keep slugging
  • ChocolateFest fireworks are in jeopardy
  • BASD to tab Plank as next superintendent
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  • Wolverine golfers persevere through rough winds

    Wolverine golfers persevere through rough winds

    By Chris Bennett Correspondent The Waterford Union High School boys golf team improved their individual scores by double-digits and finished second Tuesday at Twin Lakes Country Club in the second Southern Lakes Conference Major of the season. “There were huge improvement from every single player,” Waterford coach Paul Koszarek said. […]

  • Burlington Roundup: Baseball boys keep slugging

    Burlington Roundup: Baseball boys keep slugging

    By Mike Ramczyk Correspondent Just like they did in game one of their Southern Lakes Conference series, the Burlington Demons beat up on the Delavan-Darien Comets April 12. The Demons smashed 17 hits and scored three or more runs in each of the first four innings en route to a […]

  • ChocolateFest fireworks are in jeopardy

    ChocolateFest fireworks are in jeopardy

    Festival lost sponsor for annual event By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief Due to the loss of sponsorship, organizers of Burlington’s ChocolateFest have tentatively cancelled the fireworks display that annually lit up the festival’s opening evening. Festival President Bil Scherrer said organizers initially sought new sponsorship for the display but […]

  • BASD to tab Plank as next superintendent

    BASD to tab Plank as next superintendent

    Board of Education to formally approve matter Monday By Jason Arndt Editor The Burlington Area School District Board of Education expects to appoint Dr. Stephen Plank as superintendent at Monday’s meeting, the district announced on Thursday. The decision comes after the Board of Education met in a closed session earlier […]

  • In this week’s Standard Press…

    In this week’s Standard Press…

    In Mayor Jeannie Hefty’s State of the City address on Tuesday, she touted Burlington as a destination spot for visitors, who have given her positive feedback within the last few months. That was just one of the many highlights she said in the address, which also included a call for […]

 

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Wolverine golfers persevere through rough winds

Wolverine golfers persevere through rough winds

By Chris Bennett Correspondent The Waterford Union High School boys golf team improved their individual scores by double-digits and finished second Tuesday at Twin Lakes Country Club in the second Southern Lakes Conference Major of the season. “There were huge improvement from every single player,” Waterford coach Paul Koszarek said. […]

 
 

Union Grove soccer socks Delavan-Darien behind second half flurry

Union Grove soccer socks Delavan-Darien behind second half flurry

By Tim Wester Correspondent Halftime couldn’t come soon enough for the Union Grove girls soccer team. After limping through a sluggish first half against Delavan-Darien, the Broncos desperately needed the break. The halftime break proved to be just what fifth-ranked Union Grove needed, as the Broncos pummeled the hapless Comets […]

 
 

Burlington Roundup: Baseball boys keep slugging

Burlington Roundup: Baseball boys keep slugging

By Mike Ramczyk Correspondent Just like they did in game one of their Southern Lakes Conference series, the Burlington Demons beat up on the Delavan-Darien Comets April 12. The Demons smashed 17 hits and scored three or more runs in each of the first four innings en route to a […]

 
 

ChocolateFest fireworks are in jeopardy

ChocolateFest fireworks are in jeopardy

Festival lost sponsor for annual event By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief Due to the loss of sponsorship, organizers of Burlington’s ChocolateFest have tentatively cancelled the fireworks display that annually lit up the festival’s opening evening. Festival President Bil Scherrer said organizers initially sought new sponsorship for the display but […]

 
 

BASD to tab Plank as next superintendent

BASD to tab Plank as next superintendent

Board of Education to formally approve matter Monday By Jason Arndt Editor The Burlington Area School District Board of Education expects to appoint Dr. Stephen Plank as superintendent at Monday’s meeting, the district announced on Thursday. The decision comes after the Board of Education met in a closed session earlier […]

 
 

In this week’s Standard Press…

In this week’s Standard Press…

In Mayor Jeannie Hefty’s State of the City address on Tuesday, she touted Burlington as a destination spot for visitors, who have given her positive feedback within the last few months. That was just one of the many highlights she said in the address, which also included a call for […]

 
 

Rescue Squad talks merger with city, town

Rescue Squad talks merger with city, town

Discussions with fire departments are in infancy By Jason Arndt Editor Within the last few years, EMS Chief Brian Zwiebel of Burlington Rescue Squad has seen an exponential increase in calls, which presents a challenge for his department. The need for more volunteers, according to a BRS news release, compounds […]

 
 

Going to the dogs

Going to the dogs

City Council approves leashed dogs in local parks By Jason Arndt Editor Dog owners will be able to take their animals to all City of Burlington parks after the Common Council adopted an ordinance following two amendments at an April 3 meeting. The final ordinance passed on a 6-2 decision […]

 
 

Burlington’s Bousman bounces back

Burlington’s Bousman bounces back

Demon thrower helps Burlington win shot put after recovering from car accident By Mike Ramczyk Correspondent Nathan Bousman is finally back to some sense of normal. In early December, the Burlington Demon junior was involved in a car accident and broke his neck and had to miss the entire wrestling […]

 
 

Waterford baseball team gets off to winning start

Waterford baseball team gets off to winning start

Wolverines shut out Delavan in doubleheader By Chris Bennett Correspondent The Waterford Union High School baseball team brought out the big bats to sweep Delavan-Darien in a Southern Lakes Conference doubleheader at Waterford Tuesday. Waterford prevailed 7-0 and 10-0. The Wolverines beat non-conference opponent Greendale 8-4 April 6 at Waterford […]

 
 
 
 

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