Raymond School rededicated

Institution marks 50th anniversary today By Julie Rossman Correspondent Raymond Elementary School has reached the 50-year mark and will celebrate today, September 16, with a special re-dedication ceremony to begin at 5:00 p.m. at the school. In 1961, the three Town of Raymond Schools consolidated and the current school was […]


Reaping the harvest

Reaping the harvest

First-ever farmers market deemed a success   By Julie Rossman Correspondent A slight drop in temperature on Tuesday brought a hint of autumn to the air, resulting in perfect weather for the first farmers market at Village Square Park in Union Grove. The event was organized by the Village of […]


Proposed gun ban debated

Waterford looks to keep weapons out of municipal buildings   By Mark Dudzik Waterford Post Editor Discussion on a proposal to ban firearms in municipal buildings within the Village of Waterford came to a halt Monday as officials lack a consensus on the merits of such a policy. As have […]


A frosting-covered dream come true

A frosting-covered dream come true

Waterford woman forges out on her own with new bakery By Julie Rossman Correspondent At age 40, Kerri Ball bought herself a 2002 Ford Mustang Convertible – her “dream car,” she said. She enjoyed that car for about 1 1/2 years, until another dream took priority; to own and operate […]


Care for a little fish with your flick?

Care for a  little fish with  your flick?

Local theater now offers dinner and a movie option   By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief   The Plaza Theater in downtown Burlington will launch expanded food service this weekend with a new dinner and a movie promotion. The three-week-long promotion catches a ride on a growing trend in the […]


Done deal: Opponents go down swinging as School Board approves levy hike

Done deal: Opponents go down swinging as School Board approves levy hike

By Jennifer Eisenbart Staff writer Determined to be heard until the bitter end, at least one person who showed up at the Burlington Area School District School Board meeting Monday night was convinced none of the board members was listening. “You people were put there to vote the people’s will,” […]


Undercover heroin deal goes bad

By Patricia Bogumil Staff Writer A former Waterford resident is charged with multiple felonies for allegedly making an undercover drug buy go bad. According to the criminal complaint filed in Racine County Circuit Court: The defendant had agreed to work as a confidential informant (CI) with a Racine County Sheriff’s […]


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