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Rivalry renewed: Waterford bewilders Burlington in nail-biter

Rivalry renewed: Waterford bewilders Burlington in nail-biter

    By Mike Ramczyk Sports Editor WATERFORD – Don’t even think about telling the Waterford Union High School basketball faithful this was just another game. There’s still more than a month left in the season, but the Wolverines students stormed their home court in pandemonium Friday night after Waterford […]

 
 

CAROL E. BERBERICH KRUEGER

CAROL E. BERBERICH KRUEGER

      Carol E. Berberich Krueger, 97, Burlington, died Jan. 17, 2015, at Burlington Health & Rehab Center. She was born in Chicago on Aug. 4, 1917, to the late Arthur and Hattie (Kleeman) Bunge. Following high school she worked as a secretary for a Chicago law firm. On Jan. 1, […]

 
 

CURTIS J. SCHWEITZER

CURTIS J. SCHWEITZER

      Curtis J. Schweitzer, 66, died unexpectedly on Dec. 28, 2014. He was born Jan. 7, 1948, to the late Milton and Rita (Acker) Schweitzer. He graduated from Waterford High School and lived in Waterford his entire life. He was the lead maintenance man for Housing with Help for many […]

 
 

Fitzpatrick, Benavides lead Burlington to Pam Beck title

Fitzpatrick, Benavides lead Burlington to Pam Beck title

  By Mike Ramczyk Sports Editor Burlington senior Molly Benavides has seen her fair share of ups and down in her final preps season. The multiple state champion gymnast has had some trouble on a few skills early in the season for the Burlington/Badger/Wilmot gymnastics teams and hasn’t been competing […]

 
 

By the dawn’s early light

By the dawn’s early light

The view from the press box at Lambeau Field Sunday offered a great look at the fans and the American flag during the National Anthem. (Photo by Jennifer Eisenbart)

 
 

Practice makes perfect

Practice makes perfect

Members of the Burlington High School choir B*Jazzled practice Saturday in the BHS auditorium. The group is preparing to host its fifth Chocolate City Showcase next week. (Photo by Jennifer Eisenbart)

 
 

Rodgers, Packers knock off Romo, Cowboys, advance to NFC Championship

Rodgers, Packers knock off Romo, Cowboys, advance to NFC Championship

    By Mike Ramczyk Sports Editor GREEN BAY – Dallas Cowboys quarterback and Burlington native Tony Romo did just about everything he could to will his team to victory Sunday at Lambeau Field. Unfortunately for the Cowboys, Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers did a little more, and then some. […]

 
 

PACKERS-COWBOYS PREDICTIONS: Sorry Tony, “experts” staying true to Green Bay

PACKERS-COWBOYS PREDICTIONS: Sorry Tony, “experts” staying true to Green Bay

    GREEN BAY – Good morning, and happy Packers-Cowboys day, Wisconsin. Moreover, happy Tony Romo day to Burlington. We are a mere two hours from kickoff at Lambeau Field between the visiting No. 3 seed Dallas Cowboys (13-4) and No. 2 Green Bay (12-4). Burlington Standard Press News Editor […]

 
 

Home cooking: Character, small-town roots helped Tony Romo overcome the odds

Home cooking: Character, small-town roots helped Tony Romo overcome the odds

1998 Burlington grad returns to Wisconsin Sunday to battle hometown Packers     By Mike Ramczyk Sports Editor Ramiro Romo didn’t have a ton of time to chat Tuesday afternoon. After all, his son, Tony, is only playing in the biggest football game of his life this Sunday, and Ramiro […]

 
 

FEMALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR: State champ Goodrich reflects on historic career

FEMALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR: State champ Goodrich reflects on historic career

    By Mike Ramczyk Sports Editor It’s one thing to run the 400 meters event in track and field. The race where you must sprint once around the track causes the average person, even some athletes, to collapse or slow down before the finish line. It’s quite another thing […]

 
 
 
 
 

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