Author Archive: Ed Nadolski

UG chamber helps businesses endure road construction obstruction

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent As orange cones and barrels dot the landscape alongside construction equipment, representatives with Union Grove Area Chamber of Commerce want to sound a clear, decisive message: The village is open for business. The Wisconsin Department of Transportation has begun construction of Highway 45, from 7th Avenue […]

 
 

Local Catholic schools consider consolidation

Committee to plan long-term future of both Burlington campuses By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief A committee is studying the feasibility of combining Burlington’s two Catholic grade schools into a single entity, according to officials from St. Mary and St. Charles Borromeo parishes. Steering Committee Chairman Bob O’Neill said the […]

 
 

You can’t lick this event

You can’t lick this event

Samuel Schwebke, 9, of Pleasant Prairie, laughs as a calf licks his hand at Daniels Dairy Farm, where the 36th annual Kenosha County Dairy Breakfast was held June 17. See this week’s editions of the Burlington Standard Press, Waterford Post and Westine Report for a story and photos from the Racine […]

 
 

Parking dos and don’ts tweaked in areas of Village of Waterford

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent After reviewing recommendations and combing through logistics, Village of Waterford officials have approved a series of parking-related changes in various corners of the community. The Village Board on June 12 adopted a resolution that amends the municipality’s overall street and parking regulation schedule. The extensive document, […]

 
 

City DPW director to leave

City DPW director to leave

  Bergles had the job less than two years By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief The City of Burlington is searching for a new public works director in the wake of the pending departure of current Director Jim Bergles. Bergles will return to the Village of Waterford to replace the […]

 
 

Breaking news: Sheriff’s officials searching for missing Kansasville woman

Breaking news: Sheriff’s officials searching for missing Kansasville woman

Residents throughout Western Racine County are asked to assist authorities in the search for a 59-year-old Kansasville woman who went missing Sunday morning. The woman likely suffers from mental health issues and requires oxygen. The woman, Lynn Rickard, is believed to have left her home without clothes or her oxygen, […]

 
 

Your chance to Pedal, Paddle, Play

Your chance to Pedal, Paddle, Play

Local cycling, kayaking event is Saturday By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief When members of Bike Burlington, a local bicycle advocacy group, were looking for ways to publicize their annual Pedal, Paddle, Play event they hit on an apropos idea – a billboard towed by a bicycle. The mobile billboard […]

 
 

Legendary coach remembered fondly

Legendary coach remembered fondly

Dalton inspired players, left lasting mark on community By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief If the measure of a man is the amount of love he sowed and respect he commanded, then Don Dalton’s legacy is so much more than that of a mere Hall of Fame football coach, according […]

 
 

Coolest place in town

Coolest place in town

Whitney Schmidt (left) plays with her cousin, Ellaney Behringer, last week at the Burlington Community Pool as temperatures soared into the 90s. The pool, which opened in 1966, is in its final season. The facility will be replaced with a modern aquatic center at the end of the season in […]

 
 

More parking planned for community pool

By Jason Arndt Staff Writer City of Burlington Plan Commissioners approved two site plans, one of which involved parking lot expansion of the future Community Pool, at its June 13 meeting. Expansion of the community pool parking lot at 394 Amanda St. calls for an increase of spaces from 85 […]

 
 
 
 
 

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