• Hudson Hornet’s in town
  • FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: Nelson’s feet help lift Union Grove to 2-0
  • New-look Burlington volleyball plans to rule again
  • Not half bad: Waterford needs only 24 minutes to wallop West Allis Hale
  • EXCLUSIVE: Week 2 High School Football predictions
  • Hudson Hornet’s in town

    Hudson Hornet’s in town

    A Mercury Coupe – which may be better known to “Cars” fans as the Hudson Hornet – was on display Aug. 21 at the Bumper to Bumper car show in Burlington. (Photo by Dale Aspinall)

  • FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: Nelson’s feet help lift Union Grove to 2-0

    FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: Nelson’s feet help lift Union Grove to 2-0

    Broncos playing complete football in two blowout wins   By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com UNION GROVE – I bet you didn’t know he could run. Union Grove senior quarterback Matt Nelson, a 6-foot-3, 215-pound model of a pocket passer, is taking his game a different level in 2016 – and he’s […]

  • New-look Burlington volleyball plans to rule again

    New-look Burlington volleyball plans to rule again

    Burlington Girls Volleyball Preview   By Andrew Horschak Sports Correspondent Losing nine seniors, including five four-year varsity players, from a team that qualified for the WIAA State Tournament would cripple most high school volleyball teams. Not Burlington. The Demons still have the same high hopes and lofty expectations as they […]

  • Not half bad: Waterford needs only 24 minutes to wallop West Allis Hale

    Not half bad: Waterford needs only 24 minutes to wallop West Allis Hale

    Waterford Football 21, West Allis Hale 3   5-time defending conference champs win lightning-shortened opener   By Chris Bennett Sports Correspondent The Waterford Union High School football team played only one half Aug. 19 in its season opener at home against West Allis Hale, but put forth effort worthy of […]

  • EXCLUSIVE: Week 2 High School Football predictions

    EXCLUSIVE: Week 2 High School Football predictions

    It’s that special time of year. School is about to start, the temperatures are cooling and Friday nights and Saturday and Sunday afternoons are dedicated to hitting, passing, catching, running and more hitting. Oh, and let’s not forget about gathering with friends and family, plopping down on the couch and […]

 

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Assistant AD takes over Catholic Central volleyball

Racky boasts experience, stresses personal development   By Dana Ehrmann Sports Correspondent Bailey Racky, new head coach of the girls Catholic Central varsity volleyball team, has plenty of coaching experience — enough to know that intangibles count for a whole lot. Racky accumulated that experience coaching high school volleyball at […]

 
 

DEBRA L. REINFELDT

DEBRA L. REINFELDT

      Debra L. Reinfeldt, 57, Burlington, died peacefully Aug. 29, 2016, at her home after an unsuccessful battle with cancer. She was born Feb. 20, 1959, in Milwaukee, to the late Phillip R. and Lois (Schroeder) Reinfeldt. She had been a Burlington resident since the age of 2 and graduated […]

 
 

BETTY J. DIX

BETTY J. DIX

      Betty J. Dix, 70, Mauston, formerly Burlington, died Aug. 28, 2016, at UW Hospital, Madison. Visitation begins at 1 p.m., with memorial services at 4 p.m., Sept. 10, at Haase-Lockwood & Assoc. Funeral Home, Twin Lakes. Well-wishers can visit haaselockwoodfhs.com.

 
 

Mayor is recovering from ankle surgery

By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor When Alderman Tom Vos was forced into his role of City Council president last week to run a council meeting, it was because Mayor Jeannie Hefty was recovering from surgery. Hefty had surgery Aug. 11 to rebuild her right ankle, which collapsed, she said, due to […]

 
 

JOHN T. STEFAN

JOHN T. STEFAN

      John Thomas Stefan, a beloved husband of 60 years, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, brother, uncle, father-in-law, and uncle died Aug. 28, 2016, at home. He was born Feb. 15, 1934, to the late Joseph Stefan and Annie Yuraschick. He entered into the U.S. Air Force at 17. While stationed in […]

 
 

Hudson Hornet’s in town

Hudson Hornet’s in town

A Mercury Coupe – which may be better known to “Cars” fans as the Hudson Hornet – was on display Aug. 21 at the Bumper to Bumper car show in Burlington. (Photo by Dale Aspinall)

 
 

Burlington man hit with fifth drunken driving charge

A Burlington man was charged with his fifth drunken driving offense after an incident Sunday. Scott Robinson, 34, was charged Monday in Racine County Circuit Court with operating while intoxicated – fifth or sixth offense, general alcohol concentration enhancer. According to the criminal complaint, a City of Burlington police officer […]

 
 

Parents seek improvements at Kansasville School

By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor As far as research can tell, Kansasville Grade School was originally built in 1918, with renovations made in 1958. With close to 60 years on the building since those changes were made, the school district is looking to make some additions with a referendum set to […]

 
 

FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: Nelson’s feet help lift Union Grove to 2-0

FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: Nelson’s feet help lift Union Grove to 2-0

Broncos playing complete football in two blowout wins   By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com UNION GROVE – I bet you didn’t know he could run. Union Grove senior quarterback Matt Nelson, a 6-foot-3, 215-pound model of a pocket passer, is taking his game a different level in 2016 – and he’s […]

 
 

Nelson, Broncos feast in home opener

Nelson, Broncos feast in home opener

Grove hosts Tosa East tonight   By Tim Wester Sports Correspondent Union Grove senior quarterback Matt Nelson is already proving why he is a candidate for Southern Lakes Conference player of the year. Nelson fired four touchdown passes in the first 13 minutes of the Broncos’ opening game, en route […]

 
 
 
 

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