Author Archive: Ed Nadolski

Police Tase man who ran from OWI stop

A preliminary hearing is scheduled for April 18 for a Cudahy man charged with a seventh drunken-driving offense in the Town of Norway. Andrew E. Clemence, 40, was charged April 9 in Racine County Circuit Court with operating while intoxicated, seventh offense; obstructing an officer; possession of drug paraphernalia; and […]

 
 

Athletic facility fundraising gets green light

Athletic facility fundraising gets green light

Board imposes conditions on plans for privately funded addition at BHS By Alex Johnson Correspondent A committee that grew out of the Burlington High School Athletic Association has been given permission to begin raising funds for a proposed 48,000-square-foot athletic training facility expansion at Burlington High School. An amendment to […]

 
 

WUHS to make changes to co-curricular code of conduct

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Waterford Union High School officials are in the midst of reviewing a code of conduct document for students in all co-curricular activities. The changes are expected to go into effect this fall. Jill Stobber, athletic and activities director, discussed the proposed changes with the WUHS School […]

 
 

It’s a small world…

It’s a small world…

Emme DeGarmo, Emma Santarelli and Abigail Zabler perform in a concert of Disney songs recently at Union Grove Elementary School. For more photos from the concert see the April 20 edition of the Westing Report.

 
 

Town moves slowly on incorporation push

Officials say it’s too early to know if it’s even feasible By Dan Truttschel Correspondent It’s too early to even speculate on whether the Town of Burlington could become a village in an attempt protect its borders and preserve its rural character, town officials said this week. But there appears […]

 
 

Thoroughly modern themes

Thoroughly modern themes

Set in the 1920s, CCHS musical echoes issues of today By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief At first glance, the musical “Thoroughly Modern Millie” appears to be nothing more than a comedic romp through the Roaring 20s. But by scratching the surface a bit deeper, the audience sees the juxtapositioning […]

 
 

In this week’s Standard Press…

In this week’s Standard Press…

      So what does the proposed athletic training facility addition to Burlington High School look like? You’ll get a preview of the facility that will be the subject of a private fundraising campaign in Thursday’s edition of the Standard Press. Readers will also get a look at the remarkably long […]

 
 

An alderman for the ages

An alderman for the ages

Burlington Mayor Jeannie Hefty congratulates Alderman Tom Vos Tuesday after Vos officially stepped down from his seat following 36 years of service on the City Council, which is believed to be the longest tenure in the history of the city. In addition to being honored by city officials, Vos’s son […]

 
 

City council OKs new generator for police station

Current unit was swamped in July’s flood By Jason Arndt Staff Writer After floodwaters damaged the generator in the Burlington Police Department basement last July, the department has been without a back-up power source, which led to a Common Council decision to approve a replacement at its April 4 meeting. […]

 
 

Winter’s last stand

Winter’s last stand

      Snow covers the footbridge spanning the Fox River between Riverside and Wehmhoff-Jucker parks in Burlington. The late-season snowfall is a chilling reminder of an unusually cold April. National Weather Service observations put area snow totals for Sunday and Monday between 2 to 4 inches. (Photo by Ed […]

 
 
 
 
 

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