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  • Down it goes

    Down it goes

    Gunderson Excavating, Inc. crews demolish a structure at 100 S. Dodge St. to create space for the future Casey’s General Store, which won approval from the City of Burlington Common Council earlier this year. The building originally served as offices for Murphy Products, an agricultural firm, and most recently was […]

  • Waterford football begins Camp Randall quest tonight

    Waterford football begins Camp Randall quest tonight

    Wolverines earns #2 seed, open at home   By Chris Bennett Sports Correspondent Waterford’s opponent in the first round of the WIAA Division 2 high school football playoffs attempted 19 passes this season. The Wolverines and Milwaukee Reagan will square off tonight at 7 p.m. at Waterford Union High School. […]

  • Great Pumpkin Chuckin Fest to take place this weekend

    Great Pumpkin Chuckin Fest to take place this weekend

    The Great Pumpkin Chuckin Fest will take place in Union Grove on Saturday and Sunday at the Racine County Fairgrounds. The festival will run from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. The schedule is as follows: Little Sprout Stage Saturday 10 a.m. – […]

  • Man charged with stealing racing bike

    Man charged with stealing racing bike

    A  Rochester man charged with stealing a $30,000 motorcycle in Waterford was bound over for trial following a preliminary hearing on Oct. 17. Patrick James Bennett, 33, was charged Oct. 5 in Racine County Circuit Court with burglary of a building or dwelling and two counts of receiving stolen property, […]

  • Tractorcade

    Tractorcade

    Tractors make their way along a 28-mile route around Waterford on Oct. 14 during the Lions Club of Waterford’s annual Tractorcade. (Photo by Tyler Myrick)

 

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Down it goes

Down it goes

Gunderson Excavating, Inc. crews demolish a structure at 100 S. Dodge St. to create space for the future Casey’s General Store, which won approval from the City of Burlington Common Council earlier this year. The building originally served as offices for Murphy Products, an agricultural firm, and most recently was […]

 
 

Waterford football begins Camp Randall quest tonight

Waterford football begins Camp Randall quest tonight

Wolverines earns #2 seed, open at home   By Chris Bennett Sports Correspondent Waterford’s opponent in the first round of the WIAA Division 2 high school football playoffs attempted 19 passes this season. The Wolverines and Milwaukee Reagan will square off tonight at 7 p.m. at Waterford Union High School. […]

 
 

Great Pumpkin Chuckin Fest to take place this weekend

Great Pumpkin Chuckin Fest to take place this weekend

The Great Pumpkin Chuckin Fest will take place in Union Grove on Saturday and Sunday at the Racine County Fairgrounds. The festival will run from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. The schedule is as follows: Little Sprout Stage Saturday 10 a.m. – […]

 
 

Man charged with stealing racing bike

Man charged with stealing racing bike

A  Rochester man charged with stealing a $30,000 motorcycle in Waterford was bound over for trial following a preliminary hearing on Oct. 17. Patrick James Bennett, 33, was charged Oct. 5 in Racine County Circuit Court with burglary of a building or dwelling and two counts of receiving stolen property, […]

 
 

Tractorcade

Tractorcade

Tractors make their way along a 28-mile route around Waterford on Oct. 14 during the Lions Club of Waterford’s annual Tractorcade. (Photo by Tyler Myrick)

 
 

Rib Festival moved to Oct. 27

Rib Festival moved to Oct. 27

Event will share the day with annual Spooky City activities By Jason Arndt Editor The date of the City of Burlington’s second annual Autumn Rib Festival has been moved to Saturday, Oct. 27. The event was originally scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 20, but city officials decided Friday to postpone it […]

 
 

Costs exceed budget for Lewis Street wall project

Costs exceed budget for Lewis Street wall project

Reconstruction complications add more than $58,000 to bill By Jason Arndt Editor While the Lewis Street wall was under reconstruction this past summer, contractors were hampered with two unexpected circumstances, which left the City of Burlington covering cost overruns. Although the city was reimbursed for the first unexpected circumstance, which […]

 
 

FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS: 3 state champions provide huge roadblock to Burlington football playoff hopes

FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS: 3 state champions provide huge roadblock to Burlington football playoff hopes

Demons open postseason Friday in Brookfield   For the second straight season, the road was anything but smooth for Steve Tenhagen and the Burlington Demon football team. In 2017, a team spearheaded by multi-dimensional athletes Grant Tully and Nick Klug battled through injuries to Klug and came out on the […]

 
 

Victim in fatal crash identified

Victim in fatal crash identified

The Racine County Sheriff’s Department has identified the woman who died Tuesday in a crash with a semi truck on Highway 20 in the Town of Dover as Allison Olesinski, 23, of North Prairie. According to her obituary, Olesinski was a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison and was studying […]

 
 

Gateway to host fire, EMS recruitment event

Gateway to host fire, EMS recruitment event

The Gateway Technical College Fire Program is partnering with fire departments throughout Kenosha, Racine, and Walworth counties to recruit new firefighters and emergency medical technicians. Gateway will host a recruitment event on Saturday, Oct. 20, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the HERO Center, 380 McCanna Parkway, Burlington. Participants […]

 
 
 
 

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