Waterford

John’s Disposal vows to rebuild

John’s Disposal vows to rebuild

Millions in damages estimated at Norway recycling facility By Jason Arndt Staff Writer A month after a stubborn blaze destroyed its sorting facility in the Town of Norway in Racine County, officials with John’s Disposal have plans to rebuild, but are still awaiting final damage estimates. According to John’s Disposal […]

 
 

District moves toward referendum

WGSD officials continue review of possible ballot questions By Dave Fidlin Correspondent In the lead-up to a possible vote in the near future, Waterford Graded district officials continue to discuss the possibility of holding a facilities-related referendum on an upcoming ballot. District Administrator Ed Brzinski this week continued discussing with […]

 
 

Local ‘Kids’ to perform at Waterford show

Local ‘Kids’ to perform at Waterford show

Kids from Wisconsin show is slated for Monday By Alex Johnson Correspondent Described as the “high energy, can’t miss musical performance of the year,” the Kids from Wisconsin are celebrating their 50th anniversary tour with 60 performances in 30 different locations. The troupe is scheduled to perform at the Waterford […]

 
 

Balloonfest soars in Waterford

Balloonfest soars in Waterford

Eighth annual festival runs through the weekend By Tracy Ouellette Staff Writer Waterford’s eighth annual Balloonfest lifts off July 19 and flies until July 22 on the Evergreen Elementary School grounds at 817 W. Main St. The Waterford Area Chamber of Commerce festival is presented by Triple Crown Products, Waterford, […]

 
 

Red, white, blue (and green)

Red, white, blue (and green)

Classic John Deere tractors drive along Waterford’s Independence Day parade route showing off the colors of the country’s flag and the distinctive green of the signature farm equipment. (Photo by Chad Hensiak)

 
 

Waterford ready for July 4 blast

The Waterford Lions Club will kick off the July 4 celebration in Waterford with the Kids Parade at 10:30 a.m. at Milwaukee Street and Main Street. Registration forms are available at Uncle Harry’s or can be done on site beginning at 9:30 a.m. Winners will receive ice cream from Uncle […]

 
 

Village hires engineering firm as Highway 36 industrial park plans progress

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent As talk of developing a second industrial park on the Village of Waterford’s easterly end picks up steam, plans are in motion to bring into the fold the expertise of a local engineering firm. The Village Board on June 11 issued a contract, capped at $38,700, […]

 
 

Two charged with beating man at Waterford bar

Two people from Waterford are charged with felonies for allegedly beating a man until he was left motionless on the floor at a Waterford bar last month. Michael Lee Heinowski, 44, was charged May 29 in Racine County Circuit Court with substantial battery and disorderly conduct, both as a repeater. […]

 
 

Technology, school safety top WUHS goals

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Laptops, employee health insurance and school safety are among some of the disparate items high on Waterford Union High School leaders’ minds for the next school year. Superintendent Keith Brandstetter presented the WUHS School Board with an eight-point list of goals he and other administrators will […]

 
 

Waterford woman dies in crash with dump truck

Waterford woman dies in crash with dump truck

It was the second local truck-involved fatality in a week A 28-year-old woman from the Waterford area died Wednesday afternoon when her car crashed into a dump truck in an intersection on Highway 11 in the Town of Burlington. The crash was reported at 1:40 p.m. and occurred at the […]

 
 
 
 
 

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