Author Archive: Ed Nadolski

Man arrested for suspected sexual assault of girl, 15

A 52-year-old Town of Dover man is being held in the Racine County Jail on suspicion of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old girl. The man, who is not named here pending formal charges, allegedly engaged in “inappropriate sexual activity” with the girl, according to a press release issued Friday by the […]

 
 

City administrator finalists named

List includes two internal candidates By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor While the list was evolving as of Tuesday night, seven finalists have been identified for the Burlington city administrator position. Two of the seven finalists are from out of state, while two others are internal candidates from current city staff. The […]

 
 

County Board joins Kenosha casino chorus

The Racine County Board on Tuesday passed a resolution in support of the Menominee Tribe's Hard Rock Casino.

Res 2014-113 Kenosha Casino The Racine County Board on a 17-1 vote Tuesday reiterated its support for a new $800 million casino to be built at the former Dairyland Greyhound Park in Kenosha. The County Board joins the chorus of state and local legislators who have urged Gov. Scott Walker […]

 
 

Woman dies in crash near Eagle Lake

Woman dies in crash near Eagle Lake

Speed and slippery road conditions appear to be factors in a head-on crash near Eagle Lake Tuesday morning that killed an area woman, according to the Racine County Sheriff’s office. The woman, whose name was not immediately released pending notification of relatives, was driving south on Highway 75 near McNamara […]

 
 

Video: Burlington Rotary Club Humanitarian Award winner Jack Berry

Here is a video tribute to the Burlington Rotary Club’s 2015 Humanitarian Award winner, Jack Berry. The video was produced by Win Media Inc. on behalf of the Rotary Club.

 
 

Intruder slashes man’s throat

Intruder slashes man’s throat

Complaint: He broke into Kansasville home with intent to kill A 28-year-old Kansasville man is facing attempted homicide charges after allegedly breaking into a Dover home with the intent of killing its occupants Saturday morning. Ronald E. Kaehne has been charged with two counts attempted first-degree intentional homicide, as well […]

 
 

Counseling staff available for students in wake of girl’s death

Counseling staff available for students in wake of girl’s death

Counselors will be available at Burlington High School today to assist students dealing with the loss of classmate Samantha Russell, who died in a vehicle crash on New Year’s Eve. In an email sent to parents of students at BHS, Principal Eric Burling said the school’s counseling staff will be […]

 
 

Prailes won’t seek another City Council term

Prailes won’t seek another City Council term

Three other incumbent aldermen plan to run By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief Four-term City of Burlington Alderman Bob Prailes will not seek a fifth term in the spring election. Prailes said last week the amount of time he puts into his work as an alderman has cut into his […]

 
 

DRIVEN…to care

DRIVEN…to care

Students make special connection at senior living center By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor There are certain staples to Christmas in the Burlington area. Santa’s Chalet, the annual parade – and the Burlington High School DRIVEN program out ringing bells to raise money for Love Inc. On Friday, about 100 students in […]

 
 

City moves to obtain easement for Aurora

Strip of land near precast plant eyed for water lines, bike path By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief The Burlington City Council on Tuesday cleared the way to begin negotiations with a local company for an easement that would accommodate a municipal water line and bicycle path to serve the […]

 
 
 
 
 

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