• Snow days still exist for BASD
  • BREAKING NEWS: Deputies dealing with ‘critical event’ in Rochester
  • Vaccine eligibility expands next week
  • Village wants residents to keep sidewalks shoveled
  • Mother and daughter on ice
  • Snow days still exist for BASD

    Snow days still exist for BASD

      Early Tuesday morning Burlington Area School District Superintendent Stephen Plank answered a lingering question as to whether snow days would exist in the new era of online virtual education. Yes, students, snow days still exist. In an automated telephone message to district families sent about 5 a.m. Tuesday Plank […]

  • BREAKING NEWS: Deputies dealing with ‘critical event’ in Rochester

    BREAKING NEWS: Deputies dealing with ‘critical event’ in Rochester

      Residents living near Village Hall in Rochester were instructed to shelter in their homes Friday afternoon while deputies dealt with what they described as “developing critical event.” A SWAT team van and multiple squad cars from the Racine County Sheriff’s office were on the scene as of 2 p.m. […]

  • Vaccine eligibility expands next week

    Vaccine eligibility expands next week

    But it’s unclear when people 65 and older will be able to get shots By Southern Lakes Newspapers staff Wisconsin residents 65 and older will become eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine on Monday, about a week after the effort was expanded to include law enforcement personnel. However, officials with […]

  • Village wants residents to keep sidewalks shoveled

    Village wants residents to keep sidewalks shoveled

    Trustee calls for more enforcement of ‘miserable’ conditions By Dave Fidlin Correspondent After winter’s first big one-two wallop of the season, renewed calls for prompt, robust snow cleanup were made at a recent Union Grove Village Board meeting. Trustee Peter Hansen sounded off on the state of the village’s sidewalks […]

  • Mother and daughter on ice

    Mother and daughter on ice

    Jessica Niermeyer and her daughter Quinn visited Ten Club Park in Waterford for some evening Ice skating Tuesday. The rink is open each day, weather permitting, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. The Lions Club of Waterford skate shack will be renting skates and selling snacks on Friday, Saturday, and […]

 

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Snow days still exist for BASD

Snow days still exist for BASD

  Early Tuesday morning Burlington Area School District Superintendent Stephen Plank answered a lingering question as to whether snow days would exist in the new era of online virtual education. Yes, students, snow days still exist. In an automated telephone message to district families sent about 5 a.m. Tuesday Plank […]

 
 

STEVEN G. PORN

STEVEN G. PORN

      Steven G. Porn, 67, of Waterford, passed away Friday, Jan. 22, 2021 at his home. Steven was born in Libertyville, Ill. on July 5, 1953, to Donald and Mary (nee Stevens) Porn. His early life was spent in Indiana and Wisconsin. He graduated from Waterford Union High School. He […]

 
 

RUTH ELLEN MALTBY

RUTH ELLEN MALTBY

Ruth Ellen Maltby, 98, of Burlington, formerly of Elkhorn and Elmhurst, Ill, passed away on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2021 at Aurora Memorial Hospital of Burlington with much love from her family. Ruth was born Dec. 6, 1922 in Oak Park, Ill., to the late Robert and Ruth (Burgess) Nickelson. It […]

 
 

WAYNE H. SINGLETON

WAYNE H. SINGLETON

      Wayne H. Singleton, 75, of Burlington, passed away Thursday, Jan. 21, 2021 at Aurora Medical Center in Burlington. Wayne was born in Twin Lakes on May 20, 1945, to Harold and Katherine Singleton. His early life was spent in Twin Lakes. He graduated from Wilmot Union High School and […]

 
 

BREAKING NEWS: Deputies dealing with ‘critical event’ in Rochester

BREAKING NEWS: Deputies dealing with ‘critical event’ in Rochester

  Residents living near Village Hall in Rochester were instructed to shelter in their homes Friday afternoon while deputies dealt with what they described as “developing critical event.” A SWAT team van and multiple squad cars from the Racine County Sheriff’s office were on the scene as of 2 p.m. […]

 
 

JEROME A. WEHNER

JEROME A. WEHNER

      Jerome A. “Jerry” Wehner, 71, of Spring Prairie, passed away Monday, Jan. 18, 2021 at Clement J. Zablocki Medical Center. Jerry was born in Rockford, Ill. on Jan. 26, 1949, he to Anton and Lucille Wehner. His early life was spent in East Troy and Burlington, where he graduated […]

 
 

MARY A. AHLER

MARY A. AHLER

      Mary A. Ahler, 83, of Kiva, Mich. and formerly of Rochester, died Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2021 at her home under the loving care of her family and North Woods Home Hospice. Mary was born on Nov. 15, 1937 in Escanaba, Mich. to the late Stephen and Corinne (LaPorte) LaChance. […]

 
 

Vaccine eligibility expands next week

Vaccine eligibility expands next week

But it’s unclear when people 65 and older will be able to get shots By Southern Lakes Newspapers staff Wisconsin residents 65 and older will become eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine on Monday, about a week after the effort was expanded to include law enforcement personnel. However, officials with […]

 
 

Village wants residents to keep sidewalks shoveled

Village wants residents to keep sidewalks shoveled

Trustee calls for more enforcement of ‘miserable’ conditions By Dave Fidlin Correspondent After winter’s first big one-two wallop of the season, renewed calls for prompt, robust snow cleanup were made at a recent Union Grove Village Board meeting. Trustee Peter Hansen sounded off on the state of the village’s sidewalks […]

 
 

Rochester to review cell tower rules

Rochester to review cell tower rules

Village considering zoning code changes for towers By Dave Fidlin Correspondent On the heels of a controversial application last fall, Rochester officials are kicking off the new year with a review of the village’s regulations for telecommunications towers. Village Administrator-Treasurer Betty Novy discussed with the Village Board a proposed review […]

 
 
 
 

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