Author Archive: Ed Nadolski

Video: Wrestler’s father asks viewers to be the judge

Video: Wrestler’s father asks viewers to be the judge

Here is video from the Saturday’s regional match during which Burlington senior Josh Bird, a two-time state champion, was disqualified from the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association postseason tournament. Bird, who was wrestling for the first time in weeks due to torn ligaments in his knee, said in a separate story […]

 
 

Footbridges open at White River County Park

Footbridges open at White River County Park

Local foundations fund project that gives hikers access to both sides of river By Kellen Olshefski Staff Writer The recent completion of two new bridges at Walworth County’s White River County Park has opened up a whole new section of the park to visitors. The park, found just outside of […]

 
 

Village’s new development district looks to generate interest

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent After passing smoothly through a number of channels last year, the Village of Union Grove officially has a fifth tax-incremental financing district, or TID, on its books. Now comes a game of wait-and-see. “Everything (for TID No. 5) was approved late last year,” Village Clerk-Treasurer Jill […]

 
 

Town changing up pier construction costs

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent After several months of review and scrutiny, Town of Waterford officials have set in motion a plan to revise an ordinance pertaining to pier construction. After a thorough vetting from members of the Plan Commission, the Town Board on Jan. 11 minted the ordinance, which calls […]

 
 

Young golfers with ice in their veins

Young golfers with ice in their veins

Kabir Singh (left) and his sister, Arya, both of Kansasville, get into the spirit of the ice golfing event held Saturday at Michael’s on the Lake in Kansasville. The annual fundraiser for Love Inc. drew hundreds out onto Eagle Lake for a round of golf, played with tennis balls hit […]

 
 

City will sell downtown development site

Retail parcel has been vacant for years   By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor The City of Burlington Community Development Authority on Tuesday tentatively agreed to draft a proposal to sell property for an as-yet-undetermined downtown retail development to the Burlington Core Upgrades II, LLC. While an option will remain open for […]

 
 

County wants Burlington service center demolished in 2017

Statement accelerates talk of shared government services building By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor After years of discussions on the future of the building, Racine County Executive Jonathan Delagrave made it clear at the Jan. 19 Committee of the Whole meeting that the Western Racine County Service Center has a limited lifespan […]

 
 

Class reunion

Class reunion

U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan (left) speaks with Burlington Chamber of Commerce President Jim Webley Thursday night at Veterans Terrace. The two, members of the Class of 1988 at Janesville Craig High School, chatted prior to Ryan’s remarks at the chamber’s Annual Dinner and Auction at Veterans Terrace. The Janseville […]

 
 

Baby tossed to safety from roof in Lake Geneva fire rescue

Baby tossed to safety from roof in Lake Geneva fire rescue

Seven people — including a baby who was tossed to a police officer from the roof — escaped a fire that engulfed a multi-unit residence on Elm Street in Lake Geneva Tuesday. Lake Geneva Police officers were called to the 1100 block of Elm Street at about 11:41 a.m. on […]

 
 

Coach Parker discusses thrilling battle with Wilmot

Sports Editor Mike Ramczyk interviews Burlington High School girls basketball coach Mary Parker following her team’s thrilling battle with unbeaten Southern Lakes Conference leader Wilmot on Thursday at BHS. The Demons lost the game by two points, but turned in a competitive performance that few expected against the touted Panthers. […]

 
 
 
 
 

Local news on Twitter


Local sports on Twitter