Author Archive: Ed Nadolski

Cemetery Association seeks to save historic landmark

Cemetery Association seeks to save historic landmark

Lacking funds, officials look for community support By Jason Arndt Editor Decades after a former board member embezzled a large sum of cash from the Burlington Cemetery Association’s maintenance fund, the organization still faces ongoing financial struggles, which has left a historic structure near ruin. The historic structure, a shelter/chapel […]

 
 

‘It never gets old’

‘It never gets old’

BHS baseball team makes history with fourth consecutive state trip By Mike Ramcyzk Correspondent It’s really quite remarkable. For the first time in Burlington High School history, the varsity baseball team will be making its fourth consecutive state tournament appearance. On Tuesday at Kenosha Tremper High School, the Demons blanked […]

 
 

In this week’s Westine Report…

In this week’s Westine Report…

Broncos baseball team is headed to state It has been 67 years since Union Grove High School has sent its baseball team to the state tournament. That long drought ended Tuesday when the Broncos defeated Greendale and Whitefish Bay in WIAA Division 2 sectional play to earn a berth in […]

 
 

Music in the park

Music in the park

Waterford’s River Rhythms concert series opens 13th season Thursday The Waterford River Rhythms summer concert series launches its 13th season Thursday evening with a performance by the Jackie Brown Band. The popular event, which features (with one exceptions) concerts every-other Thursday throughout the summer at Village Hall Park, will include […]

 
 

In this week’s Standard Press…

In this week’s Standard Press…

      The Burlington High School baseball program officially crossed the threshold into dynasty territory this week when the varsity squad qualified for its fourth-straight Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association state tournament. The Demons will begin their quest for the state title Tuesday morning when they face Green Bay Preble in the […]

 
 

Krause strikes out 12 as Demons advance to sectional final

Krause strikes out 12 as Demons advance to sectional final

      Burlington aims for fourth-straight state tournament By Mike Ramczyk Correspondent Trey Krause has been here before. Big game. State berth on the line. His team needing a big-time performance. No problem. In spite of struggling with command at times, the Burlington senior lefty dazzled with 12 strikeouts […]

 
 

City implements cost share program for trees

City implements cost share program for trees

Effort is intended to overcome losses due to emerald ash borer By Jason Arndt Editor City of Burlington residents who had a tree removed on their parkway because of emerald ash borer, an invasive species, can apply for reimbursement if they plant a replacement under a cost share program. The […]

 
 

Union Grove sells bonds for Granary project

$1.1 million will be used for infrastructure for downtown redevelopment project By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Union Grove officials have moved forward with plans to sell the $1.1 million in municipal bonds that were taken out early this spring to help shepherd the Granary redevelopment effort underway downtown. The Village Board […]

 
 

Man charged for choking, shooting dog

Man charged for choking, shooting dog

He allegedly provoked dog until it bit him, then killed the animal A preliminary hearing is scheduled for June 5 for a Rochester man charged with killing a dog owned by a woman he lived with in retaliation for the dog biting him. Jay Hoppe, 51, made his initial appearance […]

 
 

Honoring sacrifice

Honoring sacrifice

Burlington American Legion Post representative Robert Kluesendorf, a member of the color guard, listens to the speakers during the Memorial Day observance at Burlington’s Echo Park. The annual observance included a parade, speeches featuring U.S. Rep. Bryan Steil and Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, and wreath ceremonies in honor of those […]

 
 
 
 
 

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