• ALL-AREA VOLLEYBALL: Waterford’s Grunze grabs top spot
  • Pool planning begins
  • Pair of Burlington teens charged with conspiracy to commit murder
  • Reloaded and ready: Waterford wrestling poised for banner season
  • Catholic Central’s Bleser, Waterford boys lead area swim squad
  • ALL-AREA VOLLEYBALL: Waterford’s Grunze grabs top spot

    ALL-AREA VOLLEYBALL: Waterford’s Grunze grabs top spot

    SLN All-Area Volleyball   By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com With the Christmas season approaching, it’s time to fill your hearts and minds with a stocking stuffer – the inaugural Southern Lakes Newspapers All-Area volleyball team. The super team features athletes from all 15 of our schools, including 15 girls varsity and […]

  • Pool planning begins

    Pool planning begins

    By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor With a proposed new swimming pool and waterpark getting resounding support from City of Burlington voters at the polls last month, the process of how to get that pool up and running began in earnest Tuesday night. At the City Council Committee of the Whole meeting, […]

  • Pair of Burlington teens charged with conspiracy to commit murder

    Pair of Burlington teens charged with conspiracy to commit murder

    A Karcher Middle School student and her apparent boyfriend were both charged as adults in Racine County Circuit Court Wednesday after the girl allegedly gave a hit list to her boyfriend Tuesday. The girl, 15, and her 14-year-old boyfriend, were both charged with conspiracy to commit second degree intentional homicide […]

  • Reloaded and ready: Waterford wrestling poised for banner season

    Reloaded and ready: Waterford wrestling poised for banner season

      By Chris Bennett Sports Correspondent The Waterford Union High School wrestling team returns three state qualifiers, and is looking for success in the 2016-17 season. The Wolverines opened the season Dec. 1 at home against Southern Lakes Conference foe Wilmot. Waterford wrestles Saturday in a dual meet tournament at […]

  • Catholic Central’s Bleser, Waterford boys lead area swim squad

    Catholic Central’s Bleser, Waterford boys lead area swim squad

      By Chris Bennett Sports Correspondent On the strength of a handful of key returnees, the Burlington Co-op boys high school swim team is ready for the 2016-17 season. The Demons competed in their first meet of the season, the Southern Lakes Conference Relays, Thursday at Delavan-Darien High School in […]

 

Burlington Area News »

Waterford Area News »

Union Grove Area News »

 

Sports »

 

Sports Check Blog »

 

Most Recent

Rochester budget includes rise in tax rate

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Through a series of nips and tucks, Village of Rochester officials recently minted a 2017 budget, which reflects an increase in the tax rate and a series of maneuvers designed to keep the levy in check. Clerk-Treasurer Betty Novy recently presented the Village Board with a […]

 
 

ALL-AREA VOLLEYBALL: Waterford’s Grunze grabs top spot

ALL-AREA VOLLEYBALL: Waterford’s Grunze grabs top spot

SLN All-Area Volleyball   By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com With the Christmas season approaching, it’s time to fill your hearts and minds with a stocking stuffer – the inaugural Southern Lakes Newspapers All-Area volleyball team. The super team features athletes from all 15 of our schools, including 15 girls varsity and […]

 
 

Pool planning begins

Pool planning begins

By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor With a proposed new swimming pool and waterpark getting resounding support from City of Burlington voters at the polls last month, the process of how to get that pool up and running began in earnest Tuesday night. At the City Council Committee of the Whole meeting, […]

 
 

Pair of Burlington teens charged with conspiracy to commit murder

Pair of Burlington teens charged with conspiracy to commit murder

A Karcher Middle School student and her apparent boyfriend were both charged as adults in Racine County Circuit Court Wednesday after the girl allegedly gave a hit list to her boyfriend Tuesday. The girl, 15, and her 14-year-old boyfriend, were both charged with conspiracy to commit second degree intentional homicide […]

 
 

LLOYD F. ENRIGHT JR.

LLOYD F. ENRIGHT JR.

      Lloyd F. Enright Jr., 64, Clarksville, Iowa, formerly Burlington and Elkhorn, died peacefully Dec. 3, 2016, at his home. He was born April 24, 1952, in Elkhorn, to the late Lloyd Sr. and Marge (Pestor) Enright. He graduated form Burlington High School in 1971. He became a farmer and […]

 
 

Reloaded and ready: Waterford wrestling poised for banner season

Reloaded and ready: Waterford wrestling poised for banner season

  By Chris Bennett Sports Correspondent The Waterford Union High School wrestling team returns three state qualifiers, and is looking for success in the 2016-17 season. The Wolverines opened the season Dec. 1 at home against Southern Lakes Conference foe Wilmot. Waterford wrestles Saturday in a dual meet tournament at […]

 
 

City plans to replace Jefferson St. Bridge

City plans to replace Jefferson St. Bridge

By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor With safety a growing concern on the aging East Jefferson Street bridge, the City of Burlington is making preparations to replace the bridge, likely in 2018. Director of Public Works Jim Bergles said Tuesday that while the city is contracting out the bridge replacement, the project […]

 
 

Catholic Central’s Bleser, Waterford boys lead area swim squad

Catholic Central’s Bleser, Waterford boys lead area swim squad

  By Chris Bennett Sports Correspondent On the strength of a handful of key returnees, the Burlington Co-op boys high school swim team is ready for the 2016-17 season. The Demons competed in their first meet of the season, the Southern Lakes Conference Relays, Thursday at Delavan-Darien High School in […]

 
 

High-capacity well draws concern from town residents

By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor A high-capacity well approved in June by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has raised a question of what is appropriate in the Town of Burlington. The well, approved for Mike Daniels at Crane Grain Farms for irrigation purposes, has been drawing the interest of town […]

 
 

SUSAN B. SNYDER

SUSAN B. SNYDER

      Susan B. Snyder, 59, Burlington, died Nov. 29, 2016, at Burlington Health and Rehab. She was born Nov. 20, 1957, in Burlington, to the late Joseph and Hilda (Sabel) Ferdinand. She was a resident of Burlington her entire life. She attended St. Charles Grade School and graduated from Burlington […]

 
 
 
 

Local news on Twitter


Local sports on Twitter