• Friday Night Lights takes on different meaning as football teams honor severely injured student
  • Defense sparks rally after Webley carted off field in Burlington football victory
  • What’s in a name? Union Grove sophomore has the game to match movie star name
  • Youth football teams to face off for charity
  • A century in the making
  • Friday Night Lights takes on different meaning as football teams honor severely injured student

    Friday Night Lights takes on different meaning as football teams honor severely injured student

    Michael Lois fresh in minds of entire conference   By Chris Bennett Correspondent (chrbenn6@gmail.com) The Sept. 21 Southern Lakes Conference matchup between Elkhorn Area and Waterford Union high schools lacked the feeling of raucous, innocent fun associated with the bright lights of football on a fall Friday night. The contest […]

  • Defense sparks rally after Webley carted off field in Burlington football victory

    Defense sparks rally after Webley carted off field in Burlington football victory

    Senior captain, star receiver suffers broken leg, defense steps up to dominate Falcons     By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com On a somber night where the Southern Lakes Conference football community honored an injured player, the Burlington Demons dealt with an injury of their own. A 24-0 victory over Westosha Central […]

  • What’s in a name? Union Grove sophomore has the game to match movie star name

    What’s in a name? Union Grove sophomore has the game to match movie star name

    Bronco offense flourishing under first-year starter   By Tim Wester sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com The character John Forbes Nash Jr, played by Russell Crowe in the critically acclaimed 2001 movie “A Beautiful Mind,” was a mathematical prodigy that triumphed over tragedy to finally win the Nobel Prize late in life. Crowe’s masterful portrayal […]

  • Youth football teams to face off for charity

    Youth football teams to face off for charity

    By Chris Bennett Correspondent There’s going to be a war in Waterford on Saturday, and Lorma Wendt will emerge victorious. Waterford Youth Football will have its annual Dave Hanson Memorial Civil War charity game at 7 p.m. Saturday at Waterford Union High School. Gates open at 6 p.m. Hanson, the […]

  • A century in the making

    A century in the making

    Time capsule from former teachers school unveiled By Jason Arndt Staff Writer In 1918, area newspapers urged officials and residents to arrive at the Racine-Kenosha Joint County Training School for Teachers in Union Grove, where members planned to lay a cornerstone time capsule on Sept. 4. The weather, according to […]

 

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KENNETH C. GEERS, MARY E. GEERS, ANITA A. GEERS

KENNETH C. GEERS,  MARY E. GEERS,  ANITA A. GEERS

      The family will be holding a Celebration of Life open house for Anita, Ken and Mary at Veterans Terrace, 589 Milwaukee Avenue, Burlington, Saturday Oct. 6, 2018 from 2 to 4 p.m. Interment will be held at Southern Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Cemetery, 21731 Spring Street, Union Grove on Friday […]

 
 

THEODORE F. ZERVIC, JR.

THEODORE F. ZERVIC, JR.

      Theodore F. “Ted” Zervic, Jr., 64, of Waterford, passed away Monday, September 24, 2018 at his home surrounded by his family. Ted was born in Minneapolis to Theodore Sr. and Marilyn (nee Rogaczewski) Zervic. He spent his early life in Greendale He attended Greendale High School where he earned […]

 
 

JUDITH A. MATUSCAK

JUDITH A. MATUSCAK

      Judith “Judi” A. Matuscak, 79, of Burlington and formerly of Cary, Ill., passed away peacefully surrounded by her family and great friend on Sunday, Sept. 16, 2018. She was a retired secretary, but continued to work doing various jobs to stay active and keep busy. Judi loved to sew, […]

 
 

Friday Night Lights takes on different meaning as football teams honor severely injured student

Friday Night Lights takes on different meaning as football teams honor severely injured student

Michael Lois fresh in minds of entire conference   By Chris Bennett Correspondent (chrbenn6@gmail.com) The Sept. 21 Southern Lakes Conference matchup between Elkhorn Area and Waterford Union high schools lacked the feeling of raucous, innocent fun associated with the bright lights of football on a fall Friday night. The contest […]

 
 

Defense sparks rally after Webley carted off field in Burlington football victory

Defense sparks rally after Webley carted off field in Burlington football victory

Senior captain, star receiver suffers broken leg, defense steps up to dominate Falcons     By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com On a somber night where the Southern Lakes Conference football community honored an injured player, the Burlington Demons dealt with an injury of their own. A 24-0 victory over Westosha Central […]

 
 

What’s in a name? Union Grove sophomore has the game to match movie star name

What’s in a name? Union Grove sophomore has the game to match movie star name

Bronco offense flourishing under first-year starter   By Tim Wester sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com The character John Forbes Nash Jr, played by Russell Crowe in the critically acclaimed 2001 movie “A Beautiful Mind,” was a mathematical prodigy that triumphed over tragedy to finally win the Nobel Prize late in life. Crowe’s masterful portrayal […]

 
 

Youth football teams to face off for charity

Youth football teams to face off for charity

By Chris Bennett Correspondent There’s going to be a war in Waterford on Saturday, and Lorma Wendt will emerge victorious. Waterford Youth Football will have its annual Dave Hanson Memorial Civil War charity game at 7 p.m. Saturday at Waterford Union High School. Gates open at 6 p.m. Hanson, the […]

 
 

A century in the making

A century in the making

Time capsule from former teachers school unveiled By Jason Arndt Staff Writer In 1918, area newspapers urged officials and residents to arrive at the Racine-Kenosha Joint County Training School for Teachers in Union Grove, where members planned to lay a cornerstone time capsule on Sept. 4. The weather, according to […]

 
 

Town awaits answers on incorporation study

Group could reveal some costs, options next month By Jason Arndt Staff Writer A grassroots group of interested residents in the Town of Burlington has explored the feasibility of incorporating into a village since April and could reveal some answers in October, according to a town official. “We are hoping […]

 
 

DR. R. M. SORENSEN

DR. R. M. SORENSEN

      Dr. R.M. Sorensen, 94, husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, and World War II Navy pilot passed away peacefully at Aurora Memorial Hospital of Burlington on Sept. 19, 2018. Dr. Sorensen was born in 1924 to Martin and Bertha (Truesdell) Sorensen. He graduated high school in Norfolk, Neb., in 1942 and […]

 
 
 
 

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