• Waterford golf wins first conference title since 1980
  • FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS: Battle of unbeatens highlights Week 6
  • Lineup change highlights stretch for Burlington golf
  • Big plays push Martin Luther past Catholic Central
  • Burlington edges Westosha thanks to late clutch connection
  • Waterford golf wins first conference title since 1980

    Waterford golf wins first conference title since 1980

      By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com And Chris Bennett Sports Correspondent Union Grove may have won last Tuesday’s Southern Lakes Conference golf meet, but Waterford made a little history of its own. Despite a second-place finish at Rivermoor Golf Course, the Wolverines and Broncos tied in the final SLC standings, as […]

  • FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS: Battle of unbeatens highlights Week 6

    FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS: Battle of unbeatens highlights Week 6

      So what did we learn from Week 5 of the high school football season? First, Lake Geneva Badger’s defense is for real, as it held the explosive Delavan-Darien offense to a mere seven points in a 14-7 victory. Next, rumors of Burlington’s demise were exaggerated. The Demons snapped a […]

  • Lineup change highlights stretch for Burlington golf

    Lineup change highlights stretch for Burlington golf

    Lady Demons persevering in tough conference despite numbers concerns   By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com Burlington High School varsity girls golf head coach Wayne Herrick sat on the driver’s side of a golf cart Monday afternoon at Rivermoor Golf Course, relaxed and focused on the putting game of Demons’ No. 2 […]

  • Big plays push Martin Luther past Catholic Central

    Big plays push Martin Luther past Catholic Central

    Greendale Martin Luther 34, Burlington Catholic Central 13   By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com It’s been a long, challenging season for the youthful Catholic Central football team. A lack of consistent offensive production surfaced again Friday night at the Topper Bowl in Burlington, as the Toppers took an early lead but […]

  • Burlington edges Westosha thanks to late clutch connection

    Burlington edges Westosha thanks to late clutch connection

    Klug’s late TD toss to Leonard snaps 3-game skid   By Jason Arndt jarndt@southernlakesnewspapers.com Entering a Friday night Southern Lakes Conference contest, two teams hungry for a win came head to head, with hopes of turning the tides on their trying seasons. For Burlington High School, they were reeling from […]

 

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LORAINE M. SENNOTT

LORAINE M. SENNOTT

      Loraine M. Sennott, 104, died peacefully Sept. 25, 2016, at her home. She was born Sept. 20, 1912, to the late Robert and Louisa (Ketterhagen) Zabler in Burlington. She received early education at St. Mary’s Grade School and graduated from St. Mary’s High School, now Catholic Central, in 1931. […]

 
 

Waterford golf wins first conference title since 1980

Waterford golf wins first conference title since 1980

  By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com And Chris Bennett Sports Correspondent Union Grove may have won last Tuesday’s Southern Lakes Conference golf meet, but Waterford made a little history of its own. Despite a second-place finish at Rivermoor Golf Course, the Wolverines and Broncos tied in the final SLC standings, as […]

 
 

M. KAY McDONALD

M. KAY McDONALD

      Kay (McArdle) McDonald, 93, Madison, died at her home on Sept. 22, 2016. She was proud to have lived so long. The first 90 years were full of family, faith, kids, politics, the usual accidents and illnesses, family activities and challenges. She was always able to bounce back and […]

 
 

Union Grove’s Great Pumpkin Chuckin Fest returns

By Dave Fidlin CORRESPONDENT As the seasonal baton of summer is passed on to autumn, thoughts of fall festivities are emerging in communities across the region. This shift is especially notable in Union Grove, where organizers are starting to plan for this year’s Great Pumpkin Chuckin Fest, which is earmarked […]

 
 

Proposed pool costs down to $4.99 million

By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor As of Tuesday night, refined numbers for the City of Burlington to pursue a new community swimming pool have come in lower than expected. With representatives from Ayres and Associates on hand for the evening’s City Council Committee of the Whole meeting, the updated pricing for […]

 
 

BASD eyes 16 objectives to move facilities plan forward

By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor Distilling objectives down to 16 main points, the Burlington Area School District is set to move forward with its facilities planning in about two weeks. A meeting scheduled for Oct. 5 at 7 p.m. at the district office, however, has been cancelled due to scheduling conflicts. […]

 
 

ROUNDUP: Jagodzinski, Boyle/Miller finish perfect in SLC

By Andrew Horschak Sports Correspondent And Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com May Jagodzinski (No. 2 singles) and Grace Boyle and Whitney Miller (No. 3 doubles) finished unbeaten in Southern Lakes Conference play as the Burlington tennis team closed out the league portion of its schedule with a 5-2 victory at Elkhorn on […]

 
 

FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS: Battle of unbeatens highlights Week 6

FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS: Battle of unbeatens highlights Week 6

  So what did we learn from Week 5 of the high school football season? First, Lake Geneva Badger’s defense is for real, as it held the explosive Delavan-Darien offense to a mere seven points in a 14-7 victory. Next, rumors of Burlington’s demise were exaggerated. The Demons snapped a […]

 
 

Hope Walk 5K is set for Saturday

By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor As the years have gone by, the vision of Burlington’s Hope Walk has changed. First the format has evolved, and now a change in date. The annual event – which is a 5K run/walk this Saturday at Burlington High School – will begin with registration at […]

 
 

School Board compiles list of objectives for facility planning

By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor After struggling two weeks ago to get a handle on the priorities for its facility improvement plan, the Burlington Area School District took a step back Sept. 12. In the second meeting with Nick Kent of Plunkett Raysich Architects, the School Board was asked simply to […]

 
 
 
 

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