Author Archive: Ed Nadolski

Super moon rising

Super moon rising

A super moon – dubbed the super snow moon for it’s February appearance – rises over Burlington on Tuesday evening. A super moon occurs when the full moon is at its closest to the earth on its elliptical orbit, thus appearing larger than normal. (Photo by Ed Nadolski)

 
 

Former gymnastics coach sentenced to 17 years

Kivisto, 50, took plea deal last December James Kivisto, a former gymnastics coach, will spend more than 17 years behind bars after being convicted of video recording children using the restroom at his Win Lake facility and possession of child pornography. Kivisto, 50, who pleaded guilty to some of the […]

 
 

An ‘Amazing’ journey

An ‘Amazing’ journey

Local woman named Wisconsin’s Miss Amazing By Jason Arndt Editor For some girls and women, getting crowned at a pageant is just a dream, but Burlington’s Jenna Antreassian made the dream a reality last Saturday when she was named Wisconsin’s Miss Amazing. Miss Amazing, a national competition that started in […]

 
 

A fire safety legend remembered

A fire safety legend remembered

Colleagues sing praises late deputy fire chief By Jason Arndt Editor Gregory Havel was more than just firefighter, he was a close friend, a spiritual leader and always selflessly served the community, according to his former colleagues. Havel, who started his tenure as a Town of Burlington firefighter in 1987, […]

 
 

In this week’s Standard Press…

In this week’s Standard Press…

      A revered firefighter and friend is recalled by those who knew him best – the other firefighters who trusted him with their lives. Gregory Havel was so much more than just a firefighter, according to those who worked alongside him. He was a friend, confidant and spiritual leader. That’s […]

 
 

Bauman, Korb advance in City Council primary

Bauman, Korb advance in City Council primary

      The City of Burlington primary election for District 4 alderman saw incumbent Todd Bauman and challenger Frank Korb advance to the April 2 spring election. According to unofficial results, among the 143 votes cast, 63 went to Bauman while Korb advanced by narrow margin over Art Gardner. Korb received […]

 
 

Reward increased for info in hit and run death

Reward increased for info in hit and run death

Crime Stoppers of Racine County has increased the reward for information leading to the arrest of the personal responsible for the apparent hit and run death of Keith Brown, of Raymond, on Nov. 27. The anonymous tip agency is offering a $2,000 reward for information that leads to the culprit. […]

 
 

Tiny racing becomes big attraction

Tiny racing becomes big attraction

Local hobby store’s indoor RC track gains faithful following By Chad Hensiak Correspondent In 2011, Scott and Kristen Parks opened a small metal detector store on Chestnut Street in Burlington. Interest in their product line was high, and it was not long before they outgrew that location and began looking […]

 
 

Fischer Park goes Off the Hook

Fischer Park goes Off the Hook

Jaycees ice fishing derby set for Saturday By Jason Arndt Editor Featuring music and raffles, the eighth annual Off the Hook Ice Fishing Derby, which is set for Saturday at Fischer Park on Browns Lake features something for everyone. The fishing derby, hosted by the Burlington Jaycees, has attracted hundreds […]

 
 

Woman charged with defrauding travel agency

Woman charged with defrauding travel agency

A Rochester woman is charged with theft and unauthorized use of an entity’s identifying information for allegedly using the credentials of a Waterford travel agency for her personal gain. According to the criminal complaint filed in Racine County Court Jan. 31, Melanie L. Langley, 60, is accused of using the […]

 
 
 
 
 

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