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  • An alderman for the ages
  • SEASON PREVIEW: Union Grove softball must replace serious power
  • SLN ALL AREA GIRLS BASKETBALL: Burling, Mukwonago stars highlight 3rd annual squad

    SLN ALL AREA GIRLS BASKETBALL: Burling, Mukwonago stars highlight 3rd annual squad

    Burling, Andersen battle for top spot   By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com Throw convention out the window. This isn’t your mom and dad’s All-Area team. A passion for the unusual and an overall unwillingness to leave out deserving stars has the third annual Southern Lakes Newspapers All-Area Girls Basketball team featuring […]

  • Thoroughly modern themes

    Thoroughly modern themes

    Set in the 1920s, CCHS musical echoes issues of today By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief At first glance, the musical “Thoroughly Modern Millie” appears to be nothing more than a comedic romp through the Roaring 20s. But by scratching the surface a bit deeper, the audience sees the juxtapositioning […]

  • In this week’s Standard Press…

    In this week’s Standard Press…

          So what does the proposed athletic training facility addition to Burlington High School look like? You’ll get a preview of the facility that will be the subject of a private fundraising campaign in Thursday’s edition of the Standard Press. Readers will also get a look at the remarkably long […]

  • An alderman for the ages

    An alderman for the ages

    Burlington Mayor Jeannie Hefty congratulates Alderman Tom Vos Tuesday after Vos officially stepped down from his seat following 36 years of service on the City Council, which is believed to be the longest tenure in the history of the city. In addition to being honored by city officials, Vos’s son […]

  • SEASON PREVIEW: Union Grove softball must replace serious power

    SEASON PREVIEW: Union Grove softball must replace serious power

        By Tim Wester Sports Correspondent After struggling through some growing pains last season, the Union Grove softball team looks to improve under second-year coach Tom Odell. Last season, the Broncos struggled at points in the season, falling to a 10-14 record and tying for fourth place with a […]

 

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SLN ALL AREA GIRLS BASKETBALL: Burling, Mukwonago stars highlight 3rd annual squad

SLN ALL AREA GIRLS BASKETBALL: Burling, Mukwonago stars highlight 3rd annual squad

Burling, Andersen battle for top spot   By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com Throw convention out the window. This isn’t your mom and dad’s All-Area team. A passion for the unusual and an overall unwillingness to leave out deserving stars has the third annual Southern Lakes Newspapers All-Area Girls Basketball team featuring […]

 
 

Thoroughly modern themes

Thoroughly modern themes

Set in the 1920s, CCHS musical echoes issues of today By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief At first glance, the musical “Thoroughly Modern Millie” appears to be nothing more than a comedic romp through the Roaring 20s. But by scratching the surface a bit deeper, the audience sees the juxtapositioning […]

 
 

In this week’s Standard Press…

In this week’s Standard Press…

      So what does the proposed athletic training facility addition to Burlington High School look like? You’ll get a preview of the facility that will be the subject of a private fundraising campaign in Thursday’s edition of the Standard Press. Readers will also get a look at the remarkably long […]

 
 

An alderman for the ages

An alderman for the ages

Burlington Mayor Jeannie Hefty congratulates Alderman Tom Vos Tuesday after Vos officially stepped down from his seat following 36 years of service on the City Council, which is believed to be the longest tenure in the history of the city. In addition to being honored by city officials, Vos’s son […]

 
 

SEASON PREVIEW: Union Grove softball must replace serious power

SEASON PREVIEW: Union Grove softball must replace serious power

    By Tim Wester Sports Correspondent After struggling through some growing pains last season, the Union Grove softball team looks to improve under second-year coach Tom Odell. Last season, the Broncos struggled at points in the season, falling to a 10-14 record and tying for fourth place with a […]

 
 

GEORGE N. BURNS

GEORGE N. BURNS

      George Nicholas Burns, 86, died April 8, 2018 with his loving wife, Marilyn (Severt) and faithful caregivers at his side. Son of the late George Burns and Harriet Burns. Also proceeded in death by his sister Donna Armes, and his niece, Barbara (Armes) Keyes. Survivors include Barbara’s husband, Perry […]

 
 

LOIS C. BIEDRZYCKI

LOIS C. BIEDRZYCKI

     Lois C. Biedrzycki, 85, of Burlington, passed away Saturday, April 14, 2018, at Aurora Lakeland Medical Center-Elkhorn. She was born in a log cabin on the family farm in Daggett, Mich., on June 14, 1932, to John and Mary (nee Degrave) Sandahl. She spent her early life in Daggett […]

 
 

KEVIN BASS

KEVIN BASS

      Kevin Bass, age 32, of Burlington, passed away Friday, April 13, 2018, at Froedtert Hospital in Milwaukee. He was born May 5, 1985, to Nancy Hischke in Houston, Texas. His early life was spent in Houston. Kevin graduated from Burlington High School and honorably served in the U.S. Army. […]

 
 

City council OKs new generator for police station

Current unit was swamped in July’s flood By Jason Arndt Staff Writer After floodwaters damaged the generator in the Burlington Police Department basement last July, the department has been without a back-up power source, which led to a Common Council decision to approve a replacement at its April 4 meeting. […]

 
 

SLN ALL-AREA GIRLS COACH OF YEAR: Hometown girl turns poor start into improbable postseason run

SLN ALL-AREA GIRLS COACH OF YEAR: Hometown girl turns poor start into improbable postseason run

Brechtl grew up in Waterford, became Wolverine coach when injury ended playing career   By Tim Wester Sports Correspondent A 1-9 record with an inexperienced team struggling to figure out varsity basketball seems like impending doom for a season. Or does it? Certainly not to Waterford girls basketball coach Dena […]

 
 
 
 

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