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  • Brandstetter stakes legacy on academics

    Brandstetter stakes legacy on academics

    Superintendent to retire at end of the month By Cathy Kozlowicz Correspondent After spending more than 30 years in the Waterford Union High School District, Superintendent Keith Brandstetter can state his educational philosophy in one word – academics. This is the legacy and the area he is most proud of […]

  • City approves bid for road, sewer work

    City approves bid for road, sewer work

    Contract comes in at just below $1 million By Jason Arndt Editor The Burlington Common Council voted unanimously to award a bid for sewer and road repair work to Wanasek Corp., of Burlington, at its June 18 meeting. The repair contract, which will not exceed $982,171, was lower than two […]

  • Carnival worker charged with beating girlfriend

    Carnival worker charged with beating girlfriend

    A status conference was scheduled for June 19 for a West Virginia man charged with beating his girlfriend while staying on the grounds of St. Thomas Church in Waterford. Christopher R. Pringle, 34, of Terraalta, W.V., was charged June 7 in Racine County Circuit Court with false imprisonment, misdemeanor battery […]

  • Don’t Sleep On UG

    Don’t Sleep On UG

    By Mike Ramczyk Correspondent One game doesn’t define a season. That was the message Union Grove baseball coach Nate Meyer hammered home moments after the Broncos’ WIAA Division 2 state championship loss June 13 at Fox Cities Stadium near Appleton. The Broncos completed one of their best seasons in school […]

  • Farm breakfast goes beyond dairy

    Farm breakfast goes beyond dairy

    Jasperson Sod Farm to host annual breakfast By Jason Arndt Editor It’s no secret that the past decade has been brutal for dairy farmers in Racine County and the rest of the dairy state. And while the number of dairy farms in the area has declined, agriculture remains a staple […]

 

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KARL H. LEITHEUSSER

KARL H. LEITHEUSSER

      Karl H. Leitheusser, 80, passed away June 22, 2019, at the Memory Care Facility at Arborview. He was born April 18, 1939, to Wilhelm and Mia (nee Heuman) Leitheusser in Kirchbauna, Germany. Karl married Ellen Johnson on June 6, 1964, at Burlington Methodist Church. He worked for Madison Tire, […]

 
 

ANGELA GURKA

ANGELA GURKA

      Angela Gurka, 94, of Oconomowoc, passed away Sunday, June 16, 2019, at AngelsGrace Hospice in Oconomowoc. Angela was born on February 11, 1925, in Goodman to Joseph and Anna (Krzyzak) Gremban. She was the ninth of 12 children. Joseph worked for the local lumber company and the family farmed […]

 
 

DIANE J. (HAY) DAHL

DIANE J. (HAY) DAHL

      Diane J. Dahl, 64, of Wonewoc, passed away at Mile Bluff Medical Center on Sunday June 23, 2019. Diane was born on Oct. 6, 1954, to Darrell and Enola (Erickson) Hay at Ft. Lewis, Wash. She spent her early life in Union Grove, attending the Normal School where she […]

 
 

Brandstetter stakes legacy on academics

Brandstetter stakes legacy on academics

Superintendent to retire at end of the month By Cathy Kozlowicz Correspondent After spending more than 30 years in the Waterford Union High School District, Superintendent Keith Brandstetter can state his educational philosophy in one word – academics. This is the legacy and the area he is most proud of […]

 
 

JERRY H. ZARNSTORFF

JERRY H. ZARNSTORFF

     Jerry H. Zarnstorff, 82, of Genoa City (Wheatland Township), passed away on Sunday, June 23, 2019, at his home. Jerry Harvey Zarnstorff was born on Sept. 15, 1936, in Bloomfield Township, to Harvey and Rosalia C. (Borkenhagen) Zarnstorff. On Sept. 28, 1957, he was united in marriage to Elaine […]

 
 

AUDREY J. PITCHFORD

AUDREY J. PITCHFORD

      Audrey J. Pitchford, 89, of Burlington, passed away Sunday, June 23, 2019 at Ridgestone Village in Delavan. Audrey was born in Burlington on April 22, 1930, to Charles and Helen (nee Lumley) Wilson. She was a lifelong resident of Burlington. On April 30, 1949, she was united in marriage […]

 
 

ALICE M. DANIELS

ALICE M. DANIELS

      Alice M. Daniels, 100, of New Munster, passed away Friday, June 21, 2019, at Oak Park Place surrounded by her loving family. Alice was born on Dec. 8, 1918, in Burlington, to Bernard and Anna (nee Busch) Ketterhagen. She spent her early life in Burlington where she attended and […]

 
 

MICHAEL J. VANDERBEKE

MICHAEL J. VANDERBEKE

      Michael J. VanderBeke, 67, of Wind Lake, passed away Saturday, June 22, 2019, at Aurora Lakeland Hospital. Michael was born on June 17, 1952, in Burlington, to Eugene and Isabelle (nee Fessler) VanderBeke. He spent his early life in Burlington where he attended St. Mary’s Grade School and St. […]

 
 

BARBARA A. RUUD

BARBARA A. RUUD

      Barbara A. Ruud, 76, of Burlington, passed away Saturday, June 22, 2019, at Aurora Memorial Hospital-Burlington. Barbara was born in Skokie, Ill. on March 19, 1943, to Charles and Ruth (nee Gulbrandson) Ruud. She spent her early life in Burlington where she attended Burlington High School. She has been […]

 
 

City approves bid for road, sewer work

City approves bid for road, sewer work

Contract comes in at just below $1 million By Jason Arndt Editor The Burlington Common Council voted unanimously to award a bid for sewer and road repair work to Wanasek Corp., of Burlington, at its June 18 meeting. The repair contract, which will not exceed $982,171, was lower than two […]

 
 
 
 

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