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Making new friends

Making new friends

Natasha McAnally (left) finds herself instant friends with Tiny Paws rescue dog Ritchie at the March 11 Burlington Home and Garden Show. The dogs at the show were a hit with many visitors. (Photo by Jennifer Eisenbart)

 
 

Cardinal rule

Cardinal rule

There is no written rule that unseasonably warm temperatures in February will lead to a punitive dumping of snow in March, but it’s difficult to argue against that axiom in 2017. The snow on top of this bird feeder in the backyard of Scottie Peterson’s Burlington home attests to the […]

 
 

Practically perfect in every way

Practically perfect in every way

Makenzie Ferguson as Mary Poppins (from left) introduces herself to Leah Zinnen (as Mrs. Banks) and the Banks’ children, Hannah Beyer (as Jane) and Jacob Busch (as Michael) in the BHS production of “Mary Poppins.” The show opens next Thursday, March 9. (Photo by Jennifer Eisenbart)

 
 

This is just a drill

This is just a drill

Firefighters from several different municipalities, including the City and Town of Burlington, Rochester and Lyons, worked together on a practice burn Sunday in Burlington. An old home next to Miller Motors was taken down, but late in the afternoon, city fire was dispatched across the street to Kwik Trip for […]

 
 

Burlington plays spoiler to Wilmot’s conference title hopes

Burlington plays spoiler to Wilmot’s conference title hopes

Lady Demons enter playoffs on five-game win streak   By Jason Arndt jarndt@southernlakesnewspapers.com And Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com With a second consecutive Southern Lakes Conference title at stake, the Wilmot Union High School girls basketball team had history on its side at Thursday at Burlington, but the outcome was unlike its […]

 
 

A perfect sunset

A perfect sunset

Atmospheric conditions produced a beautiful sunset over the farm fields in Burlington Thursday night. (Photo by Jennifer Eisenbart)

 
 

Taking it to the ice

Taking it to the ice

The opening night of Hot ChocolateFest in Burlington Friday helped fill the ice with pond hockey players, children playing broom ball and just skating for fun. (Submitted photo)

 
 

Take aim!

Take aim!
 
 

Taking the capitol by storm

Taking the capitol by storm

Members of the Burlington High School orchestra stop for a photo with their teacher, Laura Gordon (second from right) and Speaker of the Assembly Robin Vos (right) Tuesday before performing at the state’s centennial kickoff event. (Submitted photo)

 
 

Filling the empty spaces

Filling the empty spaces

Erin Torpy (left) and Cece Donegan work on a steaming mug of hot cocoa. Adults and fourth through eighth grade students gathered in the Dyer Intermediate School cafeteria Tuesday to make large pieces of art for empty downtown storefronts. (Photo by Jennifer Eisenbart)

 
 
 
 
 

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