Author Archive: Ed Nadolski

Expressing optimism in the face of defeat

Burlington school officials will seek a consensus for future of facilities By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief Burlington Area School District officials will likely have a year to consider future referendum options in the wake of the decisive defeat of three facility-related questions placed before voters last week. There is no […]

 
 

Hard to improve on that cute face

Hard to improve on that cute face

Ada Schoenk sits on the lap of her father, Jake, as she gets her face painted by Hannah Broussard during the annual Easter egg hunt sponsored by the DRIVEN student leadership club at Burlington High School Saturday. See Thursday’s print edition of the Burlington Standard Press for more photos from […]

 
 

Union Grove manufacturer to expand facility

  By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Union Grove-based Coleman Tool and Manufacturing Corp. is poised to expand its existing facility by 40,000 square feet, based on plans approved by a village panel last week. Company representatives came before the Plan Commission on April 3 and unveiled a series of details for the […]

 
 

Kenosha County man dies in motorcycle crash

Kenosha County man dies in motorcycle crash

A 41-year-old Kenosha County man died Sunday as the result of a motorcycle crash in the 11700 block of Highway P in the Town of Randall near Twin Lakes. According to the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Office, the driver was headed north on Highway P when he apparently lost control of […]

 
 

Local blood drive set for Vets Terrace

Local blood drive set for Vets Terrace

The Burlington community blood drive is Tuesday, April 18, from 2-7 p.m., at Veterans Terrace at Echo Park, 589 Milwaukee Ave. Appointments are encouraged, but walk-ins are welcome. Bring a photo ID. To donate blood a person must be in good health, at least 17 years old (16 with parental […]

 
 

Indoor sports facility proposed in Waterford

  By Dave Fidlin Correspondent On the heels of Waterford Union High School’s second defeated referendum, an interested developer is looking to create an indoor sports plex within the village’s limits. Bill Unke recently delivered a brief pitch to the Waterford Village Board on March 27 for what he envisions […]

 
 

Turke, Hahn, Kessler earn School Board seats

Turke, Hahn, Kessler earn School Board seats

Bauman, Kott win City Council seats By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor With four people vying for three available seats, someone was going to be the odd person out in the Burlington Area School District School Board race. That turned out to be Taylor Wishau, who appeared to concede the close race […]

 
 

Woman arrested after stabbing in Waterford

Woman arrested after stabbing in Waterford

      A Lake Mills woman was arrested after an early-morning incident in the Village of Waterford Tuesday. The Waterford police arrested Rhiannon L. Schmitz, 36, and she was taken to Racine County jail. Police recommended to the Racine County District Attorney’s office that she be charged with substantial battery and […]

 
 

Obregon gets life sentence

Obregon gets life sentence

Crime spree in fall of 2015 had area on edge for weeks By Jason Arndt Staff writer The last page in the Andrew Obregon saga finally turned inside the Kenosha County Courthouse Tuesday morning. Obregon, 34, of Bristol received a life sentence without an opportunity to return to the streets, including […]

 
 

BASD goes back to the drawing board following defeat of referendums

BASD goes back to the drawing board following defeat of referendums

Middle School remains top priority as district examines options By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor Residents of the Burlington Area School District made it clear Tuesday night that they wanted a different plan to be offered by the district for its aging facilities. All three referendum questions – one for a $68.3 […]

 
 
 
 
 

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