• Girls basketball: Waterford girls tip Wilmot in conference clash
  • Proposed pit moves to next step in Spring Prairie
  • Boys basketball: Streaking Waterford downs Wilmot
  • Forecast a mixed bag of snow, rain, ice
  • Man allegedly outran police in wild car chase
  • Girls basketball: Waterford girls tip Wilmot in conference clash

    Girls basketball: Waterford girls tip Wilmot in conference clash

    By Jason Arndt Editor The Waterford girls basketball team had a pressing need for a win and two seniors rose to the occasion in a Jan. 10 matchup with visiting Wilmot. The Wolverines, who lost four of five games entering the Southern Lakes Conference tilt, spent time preparing for the […]

  • Proposed pit moves to next step in Spring Prairie

    Proposed pit moves to next step in Spring Prairie

    By Jason Arndt Editor After more than two hours of debate, including voices of opposition, the Town of Spring Planning and Zoning Commission narrowly recommended approval of a proposed gravel pit Thursday. The recommendations include rezoning three parcels from A-1 Agriculture to M-3 Mineral Extraction District as well as conditional […]

  • Boys basketball: Streaking Waterford downs Wilmot

    Boys basketball: Streaking Waterford downs Wilmot

    By Jason Arndt Editor Waterford coach Paul Charapata wanted his boys basketball team to play disciplined and with a purpose in a Jan. 10 Southern Lakes Conference meeting against Wilmot. Considering the Wolverines opened with a 10-0 advantage, which propelled them to 35-27 halftime edge, Waterford’s plan worked to near […]

  • Forecast a mixed bag of snow, rain, ice

    Forecast a mixed bag of snow, rain, ice

      After a blast of cold Canadian air at midweek, a potent storm system will take aim at the central United States late this week, according to meteorologists with Accuweather. As the storm impacts the West Coast, bitterly cold air will settle in across the Plains and Great Lakes through […]

  • Man allegedly outran police in wild car chase

    Man allegedly outran police in wild car chase

      A status conference is scheduled for Jan. 29 for a Mount Horeb man charged with outrunning police in a rented BMW. Dennis R. Frame, 27, was charged Dec. 10 in Racine County Circuit Court with second-degree recklessly endangering safety and attempting to flee or elude an officer. According to […]

 

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Girls basketball: Waterford girls tip Wilmot in conference clash

Girls basketball: Waterford girls tip Wilmot in conference clash

By Jason Arndt Editor The Waterford girls basketball team had a pressing need for a win and two seniors rose to the occasion in a Jan. 10 matchup with visiting Wilmot. The Wolverines, who lost four of five games entering the Southern Lakes Conference tilt, spent time preparing for the […]

 
 

Proposed pit moves to next step in Spring Prairie

Proposed pit moves to next step in Spring Prairie

By Jason Arndt Editor After more than two hours of debate, including voices of opposition, the Town of Spring Planning and Zoning Commission narrowly recommended approval of a proposed gravel pit Thursday. The recommendations include rezoning three parcels from A-1 Agriculture to M-3 Mineral Extraction District as well as conditional […]

 
 

JOAN CAROLYN BURKETT

JOAN CAROLYN BURKETT

      After a very brief illness, Joan Carolyn Burkett, 88, of Cedarburg, died peacefully on Jan. 1, 2020. Joan was born in Burlington on June 15, 1931 to Edith (Goff) and Clarence Jensen. She attended Burlington schools, graduating from Burlington High School in 1949 as salutatorian of her class. She […]

 
 

Boys basketball: Streaking Waterford downs Wilmot

Boys basketball: Streaking Waterford downs Wilmot

By Jason Arndt Editor Waterford coach Paul Charapata wanted his boys basketball team to play disciplined and with a purpose in a Jan. 10 Southern Lakes Conference meeting against Wilmot. Considering the Wolverines opened with a 10-0 advantage, which propelled them to 35-27 halftime edge, Waterford’s plan worked to near […]

 
 

Girls basketball: Sharp shooter

Girls basketball: Sharp shooter

Walby breaks 3-pointers school record for Demons By Mike Ramczyk Correspondent It hasn’t been the most successful season in terms of wins and losses for the Burlington varsity girls basketball team. The Demons had recently suffered a losing streak spanning nearly two years, and any small victories, even solid practices, […]

 
 

Life-changing transformation

Life-changing transformation

Sports journalist takes weight-loss journey that few seldom have traveled By Todd Mishler SLN Staff Dan Truttschel never imagined accomplishing such a feat. But to do it, he became half the man he used to be. Jan. 8 marked a milestone few attain in a lifetime, nonetheless in 12 months. […]

 
 

Forecast a mixed bag of snow, rain, ice

Forecast a mixed bag of snow, rain, ice

  After a blast of cold Canadian air at midweek, a potent storm system will take aim at the central United States late this week, according to meteorologists with Accuweather. As the storm impacts the West Coast, bitterly cold air will settle in across the Plains and Great Lakes through […]

 
 

Man allegedly outran police in wild car chase

Man allegedly outran police in wild car chase

  A status conference is scheduled for Jan. 29 for a Mount Horeb man charged with outrunning police in a rented BMW. Dennis R. Frame, 27, was charged Dec. 10 in Racine County Circuit Court with second-degree recklessly endangering safety and attempting to flee or elude an officer. According to […]

 
 

Village to break ground on three developments

Village to break ground on three developments

Dairy Queen, condos, business park included in event The Village of Waterford will host groundbreaking ceremonies for a trio of new developments – including a Dairy Queen restaurant – on Wednesday, Jan. 22. A new business park and condominium complex round out the new developments. The projects will add an […]

 
 

State grant could boost proposed brewery

State grant could boost proposed brewery

Low Daily Brewery and Taproom eyed for historic building By Jason Arndt Editor A Community Development Investment grant through the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation could bolster Tim Sullivan’s plan to transform the former Standard Press building into a brewery and taproom. The CDI grant will cover about $171,000 of the […]

 
 
 
 

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