Author Archive: Ed Nadolski

CCHS to present ‘Usher — a Totally Teen Comedy’

CCHS to present ‘Usher — a Totally Teen Comedy’

     Catholic Central High School student Melissa Schoedel balances a book on her head in the school’s performance of “Usher – a Totally Teen Comedy.” The play takes a mix of Edgar Allen Poe’s writing and characters and weaves them together into a teen-savvy comedy loosely based on “The Fall […]

 
 

Burlington fire chief will resign, city says

Burlington fire chief will resign, city says

City’s first full-time chief presided over contentious two years By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor City of Burlington Mayor Bob Miller announced Tuesday night that Fire Chief Perry Howard will resign in June of 2016. In a news release distributed Tuesday evening, Miller stated the city and Howard had “worked out an […]

 
 

Update: Victims in fatal crash named

Update: Victims in fatal crash named

Two men, ages 20 and 22, died Tuesday morning after they were ejected from their vehicle during a crash on Highway 75 in the Town of Dover. On Wednesday morning Racine County Sheriff’s officials identified the victims as Jarrett Heck, 20, of Salem, and Zachary Faulhaber, 22, of Kansasville. Both […]

 
 

Argument leads to strangling charge

An argument between two friends went bad quickly Sunday as one Burlington man was arrested for allegedly strangling another. Colten Ketchum, 22, was charged in Racine County Circuit Court Nov. 30 with felony strangulation and suffocation with domestic abuse assessments as well as a repeater clause. He is also facing […]

 
 

Parade will kick off weekend of holiday events

Parade will kick off weekend of holiday events

Several events planned as Christmas comes to Burlington By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor For Burlington’s new City Administrator Carina Walters, Friday’s Christmas parade will be her first. Coming from Lake Forrest, Ill., she’s more used to tree-lighting ceremonies. “I’m very excited,” Walters said. “It should be fun. I saw that chalet […]

 
 

Shining bright in the season of light

Shining bright in the season of light

Copies of the December edition of Spirit of Geneva Lakes magazine are available on newsstands throughout the area and online at spiritofgenevalakes.com. Inside you’ll find a list of holiday happenings and your guide to great holiday shopping in the Geneva Lakes area.

 
 

Flood warning issued along Fox River

After nearly two inches rain fell on western Kenosha County Thursday, the National Weather Service on Friday in Sullivan issued a flood warning for areas along the Fox River near New Munster. The Fox River, which was reportedly at 9-1/2 feet Friday morning, expects to a jump to 11 feet […]

 
 

Students say, ‘Thanks vets’

Students say, ‘Thanks vets’

Winkler Elementary School Principal Jacqueline Syens holds up cards that students made and later presented to local veterans during the school’s Veterans Day observance Wednesday. The cards thank the veterans for their service and sacrifice. (Photo by Jennifer Eisenbart)

 
 

An unprecedented bond

An unprecedented bond

Obregon held on $5 million, faces 32 charges including murder By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Andrew Obregon, 32, was ordered held on an unprecedented $5 million bond by the Kenosha County District Attorney’s Office Wednesday. Obregon, of Bristol, stands accused of 32 charges, including first-degree intentional homicide of Tywon Anderson […]

 
 

Not so Spooky City

Not so Spooky City

Fox River State Bank employee Geri Henningfield clowns around during “Minion Madness” at the bank Saturday as part of Burlington’s Spooky City events. Cold, wet weather put a damper on the festivities outside. (Photo by Jennifer Eisenbart)

 
 
 
 
 

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