Author Archive: Ed Nadolski

A fitting salute to vets for Veterans Day

A fitting salute to vets for Veterans Day

Korean War Veteran Ron Borowski salutes flag during the National Anthem at the Veterans Day program in Waterford at Fox River Middle School Nov. 4. Borowski spoke about the Stars and Stripes Honor Flight at the event. (Photo by Jennifer Eisenbart) Middle school students honor military service By Tracy Ouellette […]

 
 

Hearing set for suspect in killing of former Burlington man

Hearing set for suspect in killing of former Burlington man

A man charged with shooting and killing his brother-in-law in Whitewater two weeks ago appeared via video in court Friday. At an initial appearance for Alan M. Johnson, 31, who is charged with killing Kenneth J. Myszkewicz, 43, Milton attorney Scott McCarthy requested a preliminary hearing for Johnson that was […]

 
 

Touched by the light

Touched by the light

      Sunset paints a soothing orange light on this field and barn along Highway 20 in the Town of Dover recently. Daylight is a fleeting this this time of year as it dwindles toward the winter solstice on Dec. 21. (Photo by Jennifer Eisenbart)

 
 

Area Republicans ride red wave

Area Republicans ride red wave

Results even amaze state’s Assembly leader By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief Consider state Assembly Speaker Robin Vos – a seasoned veteran in the halls of the state capitol and political junkie since grade school ­– among those who were amazed by the results of Tuesday’s election. “It’s a fantastic […]

 
 

Tidal wave: pool referendum wins by huge margin

Tidal wave: pool referendum wins by huge margin

The advisory referendum asking City of Burlington residents whether they support spending up to $5.4 million to replace a crumbling 50-year-old community swimming pool rode a tidal wave to victory in Tuesday’s election, according to unofficial results reported by the City of Burlington. The referendum question won support of nearly […]

 
 

Updated – Speaker Vos, Deputy DA Hansen win local races

Updated 5 a.m. Wednesday: Once all the ballots were counted, Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, R-Rochester, walked away from Tuesday’ election with a victory over Democrat Andy Mitchell by more than 8,000 votes in the 63rd Assembly District, which includes the western two-thirds of Racine County. The final tally was 18,771 […]

 
 

Man found dead in submerged car

Man found dead in submerged car

A towing company prepares to pull a vehicle found submerged in a Town of Brighton marsh Saturday. (Photo by Jason Arndt) Authorities believe he is missing Racine County man By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Although positive identification has not be released, authorities say they believe a man reported missing in […]

 
 

Pedestrian killed on Interstate 94

Pedestrian killed on Interstate 94

Details on victim’s identity pending By Jason Arndt Staff Writer According to the Wisconsin State Patrol, a 36-year-old pedestrian was struck and killed in a single vehicle crash Thursday morning on Interstate 94 near Highway 158. The crash reportedly happened when a 2007 Acura SUV driven by a 30-year-old Milwaukee […]

 
 

Autumn’s artistry

Autumn’s artistry

Autumn’s palette of color – shrill oranges, mellow yellows, and soothing browns – splashed across the countryside via a brush wielded by Mother Nature are as impressive as they are fleeting in this scene from the Town of Spring Prairie in Walworth County. (Photo by Ed Nadolski)

 
 

A Danish invasion

A Danish invasion

      Burlington High School junior Claire Turke (left) welcomes Danish exchange student Annika Grabgaard Olson to Burlington on Oct. 5. The Turks were among a group of BHS students and their families who hosted 27 students and two teachers from Roskilde, Denmark, for a whirlwind four-day visit. The visitors attended […]

 
 
 
 
 

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