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She went from victim to advocate

She went from victim to advocate

Jendusa-Nicolai leads push for Marsy’s Law By Cathy Kozlowicz Correspondent It was Jan. 31, 2004, and Town of Waterford resident Teri Jendusa-Nicolai was by estimates about an hour away from death. When she came to pick up her girls, ages 4 and 6, from her ex-husband, David Larsen, she was […]

 
 

Little Shop of (delightful) Horrors

Little Shop of (delightful) Horrors

BHS production of Broadway hit to run for six shows over two weekends By Jason Arndt Editor Burlington High School’s production of Broadway smash hit “Little Shop of Horrors” promises to deliver laughter and fun, said junior Alex Robers, who plays leading character Seymour Krelborn. “People should expect a lot […]

 
 

More women buying handguns

More women buying handguns

Protection is motivator in era of concealed carry By Tracy Ouellette Staff Writer When the state’s approved concealed carry, handgun sales, predictably, went up. And not just to the firearm enthusiasts and hunters in the area. “It made a tremendous increase in sales of firearms, especially to the female market,” […]

 
 

In this week’s Standard Press…

In this week’s Standard Press…

      A little over a year ago when the members of the Burlington Senior Center moved into their new facility they knew they faced a whole new set of challenges. The expectation from their new landlord – the City of Burlington – was that they create revenue streams from their […]

 
 

A man of few equals

A man of few equals

Azarian remembered as gifted wrestler and leader By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief       Waterford Union High School graduate and state runner-up wrestler Anthony D. Azarian died Monday in Milwaukee when the forklift he was operating plunged more that 80 feet down a freight elevator shaft.       Azarian, 32, of […]

 
 

City officials discover costly error

Wastewater operation missed out on $609,000 in revenue By Jason Arndt Editor When city officials started implementing a 3 percent wastewater rate increase for 2019, they uncovered a costly error accounting for at least $609,000 of lost revenue from specific customers in Burlington. Director of Public Works Peter Riggs said […]

 
 

Wind topples church steeple

Wind topples church steeple

Damage to church building was minor, pastor says By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief Officials at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Burlington got a humbling lesson in the awesome power of nature at the expense of the church steeple early Feb. 25. The narrow, 18-foot-long steeple atop the nearly 40-year-old […]

 
 

Waterford captures ninth straight academic title

Waterford captures ninth straight academic title

Team continues domination of SLC competition A cheer rang out as the Waterford Union High School Academic Team prepared to step off the bus before this year’s Southern Lakes Conference Academic Bowl on Feb. 11: “Two, four, six, eight: we are here to dominate.” And dominate they did, an expression […]

 
 

Village plans to go big

Billboards, websites eyed to advertise Waterford By Dave Fidlin Correspondent The virtues of making the Village of Waterford a place to live, work and play could be featured on high-profile billboards on interstates 43 and 94 as part of an effort moving forward. Village Administrator Zeke Jackson and the Village […]

 
 

Charges against travel agent dismissed

Charges against travel agent dismissed

Charges of theft and identify theft against an area travel agent were dismissed Thursday in Racine County Circuit Court. Prosecutors with the district attorney’s office alleged in a criminal complaint filed Jan. 31 that Melanie Langley, 60, of Burlington, used the credentials of her former employer, Bon Voyage Cruise and […]

 
 
 
 
 

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