Burlington’s biggest celebrity, Tony Romo, returned for his annual football camp last week and shared his thoughts on a variety of topics with Standard Press Sports Editor Mike Ramczyk and other local media.

Read Ramczyk’s column and extensive Q-and-A with Romo in this week’s Standard Press.

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Here’s a look at some of the other stories in this week’s edition:

  • PIPELINE MEETINGS SET: We Energies plans to host a series of three open house meetings in early July to provide area property owners with information regarding its proposal to build a 49-mile natural gas pipeline through Kenosha, Racine and Walworth counties.
  • A CALL FOR SKI SPOTTERS: Although Wisconsin eliminated its law requiring spotters in ski boats, the Browns Lake Advisory Board wants to reinstate the rule on the lake in the Town of Burlington.
  • ROLLING DRUG HOUSE: A preliminary hearing is scheduled for July 5 for two homeless men allegedly found with drugs, including nitrous oxide in their car at Walmart in Burlington.
  • CYCLE GANG FOR GOOD: For more than 20 years the Tri-County Riders motorcycle group has been raising funds for underprivileged clients served by Love Inc.