Author Archive: Ed Nadolski

Lahner to leave Burlington for Waukesha

Lahner to leave Burlington for Waukesha

He has been city administrator for seven years By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor The City of Burlington is in the market for a new city administrator. Kevin Lahner announced via Twitter late Friday afternoon that he would be taking a similar position in the City of Waukesha. “Mixed emotions today,” Lahner […]

 
 

A fair trade event

A fair trade event

Elizabeth Reed (center) and her daughter, Melanie, look at a scarf offered by Alice Lundstrom of Plowshare at the annual Fair Trade expo held Nov. 8 at the CATHE Center in Burlington. The event is designed to offer crafts at a fair-trade cost for the exhibitors. (Photo by Jennifer Eisenbart)

 
 

Follow the Demons in state volleyball tournament

Follow the Demons in state volleyball tournament

Sports Editor Mike Ramczyk is at the Resch Center in Green Bay to cover the Burlington Demons bid to win the state title in the WIAA Division 1 state girls volleyball tournament. The Demons are scheduled to face Muskego at 7 p.m. Friday in the semifinal round. A victory in […]

 
 

BoDeans behind him, Llanas embarks on new path

BoDeans behind him, Llanas embarks on new path

Singer-songwriter will play gig at local coffeehouse By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor Life in recent years has changed for Sam Llanas. The co-founder of the BoDeans along with Kurt Neumann, Llanas and the band saw great success – including playing to packed stadiums and seeing the song “Closer to Free” used […]

 
 

Man dies in crash with semi truck

A 36-year-old Whitewater man is dead after a head-on collision on Highway 20 in East Troy early this morning. According to a press release from the Walworth County Sheriff’s Office, Titus J. Greenwood was eastbound on Highway 20 when his 2011 Honda Insight crossed the centerline and entered the westbound […]

 
 

Local turnout mirrors high numbers statewide

Local turnout mirrors high numbers statewide

In Racine County, roughly 54 percent of voting-age adults cast ballots in Tuesday’s election, matching the relatively high turnout statewide. The Associated Press has reported that 54.2 percent of the state’s voters turned out for Tuesday’s election, which featured a hotly contested gubernatorial race. Other than the 2012 recall election, […]

 
 

Wanggaard, Vos cruise to victory

Wanggaard, Vos cruise to victory

Area politicians lead wave of Republican success By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor After being ousted in a recall election in 2012 largely over his support of Gov. Walker and Act. 10, former State Sen. Van Wanggaard is headed back to Madison. Wanggaard garnered a clear victory Tuesday evening with nearly 62 […]

 
 

GAB issues list of top 10 things to know for the election

GAB issues list of top 10 things to know for the election

The state Government Accountability Board on Monday released its list of the top 10 things Wisconsin voters should know for Election Day. Top on the list is for voters to know where to vote and whether they’re currently registered. “Wisconsin voters can find the most accurate information about voting at […]

 
 

Car rear-ends dump truck killing driver

A 21-year-old Kenosha County man died Thursday morning when the car he was driving rear-ended a dump truck in the Town of Raymond. The crash occurred shortly before 6:30 a.m. at the intersection of Highway 45 and 4-1/2 Mile Road, according to a press release issued by the Racine County […]

 
 

In fine voice

In fine voice

Senior Ali Knight sings a solo on “We are the World 25 for Haiti” with the Burlington High School A Cappella Choir during the choral department’s fall concert Oct. 21 in the school auditorium. (Photo by Ed Nadolski)

 
 
 
 
 

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