• Down at the station
  • Strength in numbers: Burlington track hopes to contend thanks to record participation
  • Prosecutors levy a dozen drug charges against town man
  • BASD unveils three finalists for superintendent post
  • Dog rule changes move toward vote
  • Down at the station

    Down at the station

        Club President Bob Lewis inspects a section of the track during the Tri-County Model Railroad Club’s open house March 16 at 1010 Vine Street in Union Grove. Founded in 1967, the Tri-County Model Train Club currently has 30 members building and maintaining the scenes on the model train […]

  • Strength in numbers: Burlington track hopes to contend thanks to record participation

    Strength in numbers: Burlington track hopes to contend thanks to record participation

    Webley looking for return to state   By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com For the first time ever, the Burlington boys and girls track and field teams have cracked the century mark. And they’re not doing it with a whimper. In fact, a jaw-dropping record of 130 boys and girls are in […]

  • Prosecutors levy a dozen drug charges against town man

    Prosecutors levy a dozen drug charges against town man

    Traffic stop leads to arrest of suspected dealer By Jason Arndt Editor A Town of Burlington man accused of a dozen drug offenses, including eight felonies, remained in jail on a $250,000 cash bond after his initial appearance in Racine County Circuit Court on Monday. David R. Hodgkins, 53, a […]

  • BASD unveils three finalists for superintendent post

    BASD unveils three finalists for superintendent post

    By Jason Arndt Editor The Burlington Area School District unveiled the list of three finalists in its search for a new superintendent on Thursday.   The Board of Education met in a Tuesday closed session to interviewed the candidates and notified them before the district released their names. The three […]

  • Dog rule changes move toward vote

    Dog rule changes move toward vote

    Council set to decide April whether to allow dogs in parks By Jason Arndt Editor Dog owners could be allowed to bring their animals to all City of Burlington parks, with specific restrictions, if the Common Council decides to move forward with the proposal at an April 3 meeting. The […]

 

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Down at the station

Down at the station

    Club President Bob Lewis inspects a section of the track during the Tri-County Model Railroad Club’s open house March 16 at 1010 Vine Street in Union Grove. Founded in 1967, the Tri-County Model Train Club currently has 30 members building and maintaining the scenes on the model train […]

 
 

Riverside Park upgrades planned

Common Council approves improvement contracts By Jason Arndt Editor Improvements to Riverside Park are on the horizon after the Burlington Common Council approved two work orders with Ayres Associates at Tuesday’s meeting. The work orders allow Ayres Associates to assist the city with upgrading its Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan along […]

 
 

She asked for extra homework

She asked for extra homework

Catholic Central’s Krien garners trifecta of academic achievements By Jason Arndt Editor Catholic Central High School senior Krista Krien admits she does not have much free time, but wouldn’t have it any other way, which has been a key component to her recent academic accolades. Those include National Merit Scholarship […]

 
 

Strength in numbers: Burlington track hopes to contend thanks to record participation

Strength in numbers: Burlington track hopes to contend thanks to record participation

Webley looking for return to state   By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com For the first time ever, the Burlington boys and girls track and field teams have cracked the century mark. And they’re not doing it with a whimper. In fact, a jaw-dropping record of 130 boys and girls are in […]

 
 

A four-pronged approach

Grove forms committees to plan stage project By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Residents throughout Union Grove are being asked to help the village with planning for the new entertainment stage project, though concerns over who would serve on specific committees were raised at a meeting this week. The Village Board on […]

 
 

Prosecutors levy a dozen drug charges against town man

Prosecutors levy a dozen drug charges against town man

Traffic stop leads to arrest of suspected dealer By Jason Arndt Editor A Town of Burlington man accused of a dozen drug offenses, including eight felonies, remained in jail on a $250,000 cash bond after his initial appearance in Racine County Circuit Court on Monday. David R. Hodgkins, 53, a […]

 
 

BASD unveils three finalists for superintendent post

BASD unveils three finalists for superintendent post

By Jason Arndt Editor The Burlington Area School District unveiled the list of three finalists in its search for a new superintendent on Thursday.   The Board of Education met in a Tuesday closed session to interviewed the candidates and notified them before the district released their names. The three […]

 
 

Dog rule changes move toward vote

Dog rule changes move toward vote

Council set to decide April whether to allow dogs in parks By Jason Arndt Editor Dog owners could be allowed to bring their animals to all City of Burlington parks, with specific restrictions, if the Common Council decides to move forward with the proposal at an April 3 meeting. The […]

 
 

CLIFFORD L. GALD

CLIFFORD L. GALD

     Clifford L. Gald, 87, of Burlington, passed away Tuesday, March 19, 2019 at Wisconsin Veterans Home in Union Grove. Clifford was born March 2, 1932 in Viroqua to Clarence Gald and Lenora Zacharias. He was raised in Mount Sterling by grandparents Andrew and Carrie “Kari” Gald. After graduating from […]

 
 

HELEN M. HENRICKSON

HELEN M. HENRICKSON

      Helen M. (nee Peterson) Henrickson, 95, was called home to the Lord on Monday, March 18, 2019. Helen was the beloved wife of the late Norman Henrickson; dear mother of Karen (David) Gunderson and Kay (David Charlie) Lecus; loving grandmother of Brian (Krista), Brenda (Ryan) Weber, Beth (Bob) Weber, […]

 
 
 
 

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