• Snow day
  • Duckpin bowling center plan scrapped
  • A man for all seasons
  • A hot time on the cold town
  • ROUNDUP: Outside shooting sparks Burlington
  • Snow day

    Snow day

    Thundershowers on Monday evening gave way to several inches of wet, heavy snow early Tuesday morning – snow that closed local schools and made driving treacherous, but coated the landscape in a refreshing mantle of white. (Photo by Ed Nadolski)

  • Duckpin bowling center plan scrapped

    Duckpin bowling center plan scrapped

    Owner abandons project, city moves to revoke liquor license By Jason Arndt Staff Writer A plan to renovate a long vacant property on Milwaukee Avenue into the first duckpin bowling alley in Burlington was scrapped, according to city officials, who told the Common Council Tuesday the owner has abandoned the […]

  • A man for all seasons

    A man for all seasons

    Prailes’ community services honored with Rotary’s Humanitarian Award By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief Described as someone who steps in even before he’s asked to help, Bob Prailes has left a trail of sweat and kindness in his wake as a volunteer for causes and organizations throughout Burlington. “There isn’t […]

  • A hot time on the cold town

    A hot time on the cold town

    Burlington’s Hot ChocolateFest features activities to celebrate the season Burlington is celebrating all things winter this weekend during the second annual Hot ChocolateFest hosted by the Burlington Area Chamber of Commerce. Among the featured events are skating, storytelling, a pond hockey tournament, hot chocolate and chili contests, broomball and a […]

  • ROUNDUP: Outside shooting sparks Burlington

    ROUNDUP: Outside shooting sparks Burlington

      By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com After a rough blowout loss in a pivotal Southern Lakes clash at Westosha Central last week, the Burlington boys basketball team found its stroke on the road Tuesday night. It was raining 3’s, as the Demons hit eight triples, a season high, in a 54-48 […]

 

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MARY “BETTY’ E. WISKES

MARY “BETTY’ E. WISKES

      Mary “Betty” E. Wiskes, 85, of Burlington, passed away Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018, at Select Specialty Hospital in West Allis. Betty was born April 17, 1932, in Pittsburgh, Pa. She graduated from Josephinum High School. On June 30, 1951, she was united in marriage to Lou W. Wiskes, Jr. […]

 
 

ANSON J. “ANDY” HARLFINGER

ANSON J. “ANDY” HARLFINGER

      Anson J. “Andy” Harlfinger, 79, of Burlington, passed away Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018, at Aurora Memorial Hospital-Burlington, He was born Aug. 5, 1938, in New Hampshire to Charles Everett and Evelyn M. Harlfinger. He spent his early life in Massachusetts where he graduated from Waltham High School. Andy joined […]

 
 

JOAN F. STURDEVANT

JOAN F. STURDEVANT

     Joan F. Sturdevant, 79, of Burlington, passed away Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018, at Oak Ridge Care Center. She was born in Dellona on May 2, 1938, to David and Irene (nee Gasser) Moon. She spent her early life in Lake Delton. On March 27, 1954, she was united in […]

 
 

EDWIN W. VASEY

EDWIN W. VASEY

      Edwin W. Vasey, 78, of Burlington, passed away Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018, at his home. He was born in Chicago on March 28, 1939, to Edwin L. and Margaret (nee Hlevyeck) Vasey. He spent his early life in Chicago where he graduated from York High School. In 1959, he […]

 
 

FLOYD E. “ROB” ROBERTS

FLOYD E. “ROB” ROBERTS

      Floyd E. “Rob” Roberts, 61, of Burlington, passed away on Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018, at The Bay at Burlington. Rob was born July 2, 1956, to Floyd and Laura (nee Kramer) Roberts in Burlington. He spent his lifetime in Burlington. He graduated from St. Mary’s High School “Class of […]

 
 

DAVID CZERWINSKI

DAVID CZERWINSKI

      David Czerwinski, 39, of Milton, passed away at his home surrounded by his family after a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer. Dave’s fight was fierce and recognized as an inspiration to the friends and family who shared in his fight. In a Present Tense post, Dave wrote, “If I’m […]

 
 

Snow day

Snow day

Thundershowers on Monday evening gave way to several inches of wet, heavy snow early Tuesday morning – snow that closed local schools and made driving treacherous, but coated the landscape in a refreshing mantle of white. (Photo by Ed Nadolski)

 
 

Duckpin bowling center plan scrapped

Duckpin bowling center plan scrapped

Owner abandons project, city moves to revoke liquor license By Jason Arndt Staff Writer A plan to renovate a long vacant property on Milwaukee Avenue into the first duckpin bowling alley in Burlington was scrapped, according to city officials, who told the Common Council Tuesday the owner has abandoned the […]

 
 

KATHY STONE-KOJIS

KATHY STONE-KOJIS

      Kathy Stone-Kojis, 62, of Waterford, was born into eternal life on Jan. 14, 2018. She was born April 16, 1955. in Milwaukee to Russell and Colette (nee Witt) Stone. She spent her early life in Brookfield and was a graduate of Gaenslen High School. Kathy was a free-spirited woman […]

 
 

A man for all seasons

A man for all seasons

Prailes’ community services honored with Rotary’s Humanitarian Award By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief Described as someone who steps in even before he’s asked to help, Bob Prailes has left a trail of sweat and kindness in his wake as a volunteer for causes and organizations throughout Burlington. “There isn’t […]

 
 
 
 

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