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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 […]

 
 

Obregon trial set for September

By Jason Arndt STAFF WRITER     Citing the large amount of evidence that must be reviewed, a lawyer for Andrew Obregon Jan. 21 requested more time to prepare for the accused murderer’s trial. Taking the request under consideration during the preliminary hearing, a judge set Sept. 25 as the date of […]

 
 

Update: Local man charged in Lincoln statue vandalism

Update: Local man charged in Lincoln statue vandalism

The Abraham Lincoln statue outside the Burlington Area School District offices lies in the snow Saturday morning.  On Tuesday, Jacob Hinds, 22, of Burlington, was charged with felony criminal damage to property for his alleged role in the vandalism. City of Burlington police said Monday in a press release that […]

 
 

Slip sliding away

Slip sliding away
 
 

Boogie down!

Boogie down!

Burlington High School’s Andrew Kawalec performs a solo during the B*Jazzled exhibition at the Chocolate City Showcase Saturday. Playing host to 19 squads, BHS saw the same winner for the sixth straight time – the Mayville Cardinal Singers. For more photos of the event, please click under “photos” on this […]

 
 

Gotta sing!

Gotta sing!

The Burlington High School show choir B*Jazzled will host 19 other schools in its annual Chocolate City Showcase Saturday, Jan. 16. Among the choirs coming into town are the showcase’s only winner so far – Mayville – as well as Westosha Central Swing Inc. BHS will perform an exhibition, and […]

 
 

Missed free throws with zeroes remaining foil upset bid

Missed free throws with zeroes remaining foil upset bid

Demons show potential to contend in SLC   By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com The Burlington High School gymnasium scoreboard read 0.0 seconds Thursday night. For a brief moment, Wilmot girls basketball players walked off the floor relieved to have held on and knocked off the pesky Demons, thus maintaining their perfect […]

 
 

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 […]

 
 

Tichigan family loses home in fire

Tichigan family loses home in fire

A home on North Tichigan Road is being called a “complete loss” after a two-alarm blaze early in the morning Saturday. According to Tichigan Fire Chief David Wagner, a report of a fire came in at about 2 a.m. Saturday morning. While the family escaped from the home, by the […]

 
 

Careful who you work for?

Careful who you work for?

Jim and Suzanne Cowan get a moment with Darth Vader at a special private showing of “Star War: The Force Awakens” Thursday night at the Plaza Theater in Burlington. Scherrer Construction rented out the theater for the private showing as part of its holiday party proceedings. (Photo by Jennifer Eisenbart)

 
 
 
 
 

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