• Burlington softball captures outright conference championship, first in 30 years
  • It’s all about the chocolate
  • Ludwig paces Burlington in rain-soaked SLC tennis meet
  • Rail siding would close crossing
  • SPECIAL REPORT: The volunteer challenge
  • Burlington softball captures outright conference championship, first in 30 years

    Burlington softball captures outright conference championship, first in 30 years

    Lonely at the top Lady Demons make historic conference title reality with drubbing of rival Waterford   By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com What started out as a share has become official. The Burlington varsity softball squad is the 2018 Southern Lakes Conference champion, all by its lonesome, and it’s the first […]

  • It’s all about the chocolate

    It’s all about the chocolate

    Burlington’s ChocolateFest invites you to ‘Unwrap Your Chocolate Power’ Burlington’s celebration of all things chocolate returns to the ChocolateFest grounds Memorial Day weekend. The annual festival, themed “Unwrap Your Chocolate Power” for 2018, is in its 32nd year. According to the website, the event began in 1985 when Bill Branen, […]

  • Ludwig paces Burlington in rain-soaked SLC tennis meet

    Ludwig paces Burlington in rain-soaked SLC tennis meet

      By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com The Burlington boys tennis team may not have come away from last week’s Southern Lakes Conference tournament with a champion, but two flights finished strong in the three-day, rain-extended event. What started Thursday at Westosha Central and Wilmot high schools was supposed to finish Monday […]

  • Rail siding would close crossing

    Rail siding would close crossing

    Railroad offers to connect Calumet Street to Bridge Street By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Looking to improve operations of its railway, Canadian National Railway Co. on Tuesday presented a proposal to expand an existing siding at the Burlington Committee of the Whole meeting. The proposal, however, will require the railway […]

  • SPECIAL REPORT: The volunteer challenge

    SPECIAL REPORT: The volunteer challenge

    Burlington Rescue Squad faces uncertain future By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief It’s a simple math problem that keeps Brian Zwiebel up at night. The chief of the Burlington Rescue Squad has seen the number of rescue calls increase without a proportional increase in the number of volunteers to answer […]

 

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Burlington softball captures outright conference championship, first in 30 years

Burlington softball captures outright conference championship, first in 30 years

Lonely at the top Lady Demons make historic conference title reality with drubbing of rival Waterford   By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com What started out as a share has become official. The Burlington varsity softball squad is the 2018 Southern Lakes Conference champion, all by its lonesome, and it’s the first […]

 
 

LAWRENCE D. (LARRY) LONDON

LAWRENCE D. (LARRY) LONDON

      Lawrence D. (Larry) London was born to eternal life on Sunday, May 20, 2018, at Lakeview Specialty Hospital in Waterford, surrounded by loving family. He was born on Sept. 22, 1933, in Solon Mills, Ill., to Joseph and Arline (Merchant) London. He was a graduate of Richmond-Burton High School, […]

 
 

It’s all about the chocolate

It’s all about the chocolate

Burlington’s ChocolateFest invites you to ‘Unwrap Your Chocolate Power’ Burlington’s celebration of all things chocolate returns to the ChocolateFest grounds Memorial Day weekend. The annual festival, themed “Unwrap Your Chocolate Power” for 2018, is in its 32nd year. According to the website, the event began in 1985 when Bill Branen, […]

 
 

NANCY L. WOOD

NANCY L. WOOD

      Nancy L. Wood, age 81, of Waterford passed peacefully on May 19, 2018, at Zilber Hospice in Wauwatosa. She was born in Milwaukee on Jan. 4, 1937, to Leroy and Loretta (nee Surges) Rietzke. After graduating high school, she attended and graduated Alverno College with a degree in Education. […]

 
 

School district to bring special education in-house

What school it will be in becomes point of contention By Alex Johnson Correspondent The Burlington Area School District Board of Education has decided to move forward with a local special education program in lieu of sending the group of students to other schools in the Milwaukee area. The nine […]

 
 

Ludwig paces Burlington in rain-soaked SLC tennis meet

Ludwig paces Burlington in rain-soaked SLC tennis meet

  By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com The Burlington boys tennis team may not have come away from last week’s Southern Lakes Conference tournament with a champion, but two flights finished strong in the three-day, rain-extended event. What started Thursday at Westosha Central and Wilmot high schools was supposed to finish Monday […]

 
 

Burlington girls fourth, boys fifth at conference track

Burlington girls fourth, boys fifth at conference track

  By Daniel Schoettler Sports Correspondent Burlington junior Nick Webley made his mark at the Southern Lakes Conference meet May 15 in Elkhorn, helping land the Demons in the top five in three events. He won the long jump, took third in the 200 meter and was part of the […]

 
 

JEROME W. KOETTERHAGEN

JEROME W. KOETTERHAGEN

      Jerome W. Koetterhagen, age 65, of Salem, passed away peacefully at his home on Thursday May 17, 2018. He was born in Waterford, to William “Bill” and Arline (nee Stark) Koetterhagen. He spent his early life in Waterford and Elkhorn where he was a graduate of Elkhorn High School. […]

 
 

DANETTA J. LANCOUR

DANETTA J. LANCOUR

      Danetta J. Lancour, age 81, of Friendship, passed away peacefully on Friday, May 18, 2018, at her home. Danetta was born on Feb. 17, 1937, in Milwaukee to Walter and Clara (Zaderski) Hintz. She married Arnold Lancour on Jan. 17, 1959, in Burlington. She owned and operated Lancour’s Greenhouse […]

 
 

Rail siding would close crossing

Rail siding would close crossing

Railroad offers to connect Calumet Street to Bridge Street By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Looking to improve operations of its railway, Canadian National Railway Co. on Tuesday presented a proposal to expand an existing siding at the Burlington Committee of the Whole meeting. The proposal, however, will require the railway […]

 
 
 
 

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