• Village offers update on incorporation battle
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  • Burlington Farmers Market opens May 13
  • Looking to hit stride again
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  • Village offers update on incorporation battle

    Village offers update on incorporation battle

    By Dave Fidlin Correspondent The Town of Waterford’s incorporation effort, and the Village of Waterford’s future annexation plans, took center stage when village officials held a question-and-answer meeting May 3. In early 2020, town leaders officially moved forward on the municipality’s sought-after incorporation into the Village of Tichigan, filing the […]

  • Additional sex charges filed against local man

    Additional sex charges filed against local man

    He now faces 84 of counts of raping or secretly recording women and girls Shane Stanger, the local man initially charged in March with raping a former girlfriend and video recording the sexual assaults, saw the charges against him multiply exponentially Wednesday after investigators finished analyzing several of his electronic […]

  • Burlington Farmers Market opens May 13

    Burlington Farmers Market opens May 13

    Local craft beer joins list of offerings Several new vendors, including craft beer from Burlington’s Runaway Nanobrewery, join the lineup at the 2021 Burlington Farmers Market, which is slated to open the season Thursday, May 13, at Wehmhoff Square in the city’s downtown. The market, which runs weekly until late […]

  • Looking to hit stride again

    Looking to hit stride again

    BHS track team recovering after promising 2020 season was lost By Mike Ramczyk Correspondent It was one of those years where all the stars aligned before burning out in a super nova. In 2020, the Burlington High School boys and girls track teams had a record 140 athletes out for […]

  • Cherished memories

    Cherished memories

    Former students reflect on Karcher School history; another open house set for Friday By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Sydney McCourt and Tim Pritzl first met in seventh grade science class 12 years ago at Karcher Middle School. Since then, the two became married and moved to the Chicago area, but […]

 

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GLEN A. F. CHRISTMAN

GLEN A. F. CHRISTMAN

      Glen A. F. Christman, 97, of Yorkville, passed away Saturday, May 8, 2021 at Waterford Senior Living Center. Glen was born Jan. 2, 1924 to Joseph P. and Emma C.K. (nee Eppers) Christman in the township of Dover. His early life was spent on the family farm in Dover. […]

 
 

STEVEN A. BUSH

STEVEN A. BUSH

      Steven A. Bush, 66, of Burlington, passed away Friday, May 7, 2021 at his home. Steven was born in Burlington on June 28, 1954 to Greg and Hazel (nee Westlake) Bush. He was a lifetime resident of Burlington, graduating from Burlington High School and UW-Whitewater with a degree in […]

 
 

JOYCE HORLE

JOYCE HORLE

Joyce Horle, 89, of Burlington, passed peacefully on May 6, 2021, at her residence with her family at her side. She is loved and survived by her husband of 69 years, Reid F. Horle; three daughters, Susan (Terry) Barham, Katherine Galstad, Barbara (Michael) Kessler; seven grandchildren, and nine great grandchildren. […]

 
 

BONNIE J. PERKINS

BONNIE J. PERKINS

      Bonnie J. Perkins, 72, of Burlington, passed away on Sunday, May 2, 2021 at Aurora Memorial Medical Center in Burlington, surrounded by loved ones. Bonnie was born May 26, 1948 in Burlington, to Albert and Janet (Hansen) Miller. She was united in marriage to Gordon J. Perkins on July […]

 
 

CONSTANCE A. MacARTHUR

CONSTANCE A. MacARTHUR

      Constance A. MacArthur, 74, of West Allis, passed away Wednesday, May 5, 2021 in East Troy, surrounded by her loving family. Connie was born in Burlington on Feb. 18, 1947, to John and Dorothy (nee Felton) Gendrich. Her early life was spent in Waterford, where she graduated from Waterford […]

 
 

CORONA IONE TSCHANTZ

CORONA IONE TSCHANTZ

      Corona “Connie” Ione Tschantz, 95, of Reedsburg, passed away Sunday, May 2, 2021, at Meadow Ridge in Baraboo. Connie was born Oct. 24, 1925 in Burlington, to the late Eli and Irene (Richter) Larson. On Nov. 11, 1944, she married Richard M. Tschantz. He preceded her in death Nov.12, […]

 
 

Village offers update on incorporation battle

Village offers update on incorporation battle

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent The Town of Waterford’s incorporation effort, and the Village of Waterford’s future annexation plans, took center stage when village officials held a question-and-answer meeting May 3. In early 2020, town leaders officially moved forward on the municipality’s sought-after incorporation into the Village of Tichigan, filing the […]

 
 

Additional sex charges filed against local man

Additional sex charges filed against local man

He now faces 84 of counts of raping or secretly recording women and girls Shane Stanger, the local man initially charged in March with raping a former girlfriend and video recording the sexual assaults, saw the charges against him multiply exponentially Wednesday after investigators finished analyzing several of his electronic […]

 
 

Burlington Farmers Market opens May 13

Burlington Farmers Market opens May 13

Local craft beer joins list of offerings Several new vendors, including craft beer from Burlington’s Runaway Nanobrewery, join the lineup at the 2021 Burlington Farmers Market, which is slated to open the season Thursday, May 13, at Wehmhoff Square in the city’s downtown. The market, which runs weekly until late […]

 
 

Looking to hit stride again

Looking to hit stride again

BHS track team recovering after promising 2020 season was lost By Mike Ramczyk Correspondent It was one of those years where all the stars aligned before burning out in a super nova. In 2020, the Burlington High School boys and girls track teams had a record 140 athletes out for […]

 
 
 
 

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