Author Archive: Ed Nadolski

CCHS football preview: New-look Toppers begin new era

Team must replace majority of offensive production with low numbers By Mike Ramczyk Sports Editor The odds are stacked against the 2016 Catholic Central varsity football team. Numbers are around 28 or 29 athletes, as opposed to totals in the mid-30s last year and 40s a few years ago. Gone […]

 
 

BHS football preview: Strong in the trenches

BHS football preview: Strong in the trenches

Third-year coach Tenhagen predicts Demons to win SLC By Mike Ramczyk Sports Editor Former Burlington High School standout wide receiver Steve Tenhagen returned to his alma mater as head coach in 2014 and has posted back-to-back winning seasons. While both regular seasons ended with a 5-4 record, it meant a […]

 
 

Aquaducks finish third in state competition

Aquaducks finish third in state competition

By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor It was a satisfying finish for the 40th incarnation of the Browns Lakes Aquaducks. Taking to the water in Wisconsin Rapids less than 48 hours after a severe storm ripped up the area, the Aquaducks finished its competitive season by taking third in the state in […]

 
 

Teachers’ union, district exchange pay proposals

Negotiations begin on contract for 2016-17 By Christopher Bennett Correspondent The Burlington Area School District and Burlington Education Association met Monday evening and started the process to agree on a new contract for bargained district personnel. The BEA is the union that represents those who opt to be members. Union […]

 
 

Village OKs rooming house rules

Ordinance regulates rental of private properties to guests By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Union Grove property owners considering renting out their homes will have to obtain a permit from the village, following a decision this week. After months of review and scrutiny, the Village Board on Aug. 8 officially minted the […]

 
 

Echo Park gazebo gets a makeover

Echo Park gazebo gets a makeover

Burlington Community Fund revitalizes popular performance venue By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor After renovating the gazebo at Echo Park this spring, the Burlington Community Fund ­– which paid for the improvements – has gotten some strong reviews. “Very well received,” said Joel Weis, president of the Burlington Community Fund. Weis said […]

 
 

‘Sally Cotter’ returns to young Haylofters stage

‘Sally Cotter’ returns to young Haylofters stage

Show is a spoof of popular Harry Potter series By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor After hitting the Haylofters’ stage with the first of the Harry Potter spoof shows, “Sally Cotter,” two years ago, the theme is back starting this week. The Young Haylofters open with “Sally Cotter and the Prisoner of […]

 
 

Tall Tales festival boasts best lineup yet

Tall Tales festival boasts best lineup yet

Music festival features hot performers, workshops, local food and a bike ride The fourth Tall Tales music festival, set for East Chestnut Street in downtown Burlington this weekend, is shaping up to be the biggest and best yet, according to organizer Patrick Sullivan. “We have some really special things in […]

 
 

Village sex offender ordinance advances

Waterford among few in area without restrictions By Dave Fidlin Correspondent The Village of Waterford is one step closer to joining many of its neighboring municipalities in having a sex offender ordinance on its books, following a decision this week. The Village Board on Aug. 8 passed the first reading […]

 
 

Aging Karcher drives school facilities discussion

Aging Karcher drives school facilities discussion

Some portions of middle school date to 1924 By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor In terms of all of the facilities within the Burlington Area School District, Karcher Middle School isn’t technically the oldest. That title falls to the district administration building, also known as the former Lincoln School, built in 1857. […]

 
 
 
 
 

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