• Season ends for Union Grove football
  • Bathed in orange
  • FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS: Overtime 2-point pass denied as Waterford edges Burlington
  • Burlington boys volleyball clinches outright SLC championship
  • Living history
  • Season ends for Union Grove football

    Season ends for Union Grove football

      By Tim Wester Sports Correspondent Having to battle physically-dominant Waterford and Lake Geneva Badger in consecutive weeks is tough way to end a season. Although Union Grove didn’t yield the desired results, it certainly didn’t back down from the fight. Union Grove (3-6, 2-5) trailed 21-7 at halftime before […]

  • Bathed in orange

    Bathed in orange

    Burlington’s Echo Lake is colored in an orange glow as the sun sets Friday across a sky that appears to be hand-painted. (Photo by Jacqueline Nadolski)

  • FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS: Overtime 2-point pass denied as Waterford edges Burlington

    FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS: Overtime 2-point pass denied as Waterford edges Burlington

    Waterford erases 21-7 second half deficit, will play #1 Monona Grove   By Chris Bennett and Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com WATERFORD – Every armchair quarterback that ever screamed, ‘Why didn’t they go for two?’ got their wish answered in Friday night’s WIAA Division 2 Level 1 playoff game between Burlington and […]

  • Burlington boys volleyball clinches outright SLC championship

    Burlington boys volleyball clinches outright SLC championship

        By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com You would have to go back to the Tim Gesteland era to find the last time the Burlington boys volleyball team won a conference championship. Gesteland, who started the program in 1997, led the Demons to three state tournament trips, including a state runner-up […]

  • Living history

    Living history

         Dressed in period costume Mary Ramstack (left) looks at Carol Knuth’s embroidery while Naomi Holthhaus watches her husband, Lyle Holthaus, playing his guitar. The group was part of the Half Point Historical Re-enactment at the Racine County Fairgrounds in Union Grove from October 13 to 15. (Photo by […]

 

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Local students exceed averages in state exam

BASD students fell short in two areas By Alex Johnson Correspondent The Burlington Area School District students scored above the state average in 15 of 17 grade and subject levels on the Wisconsin Forward exam last year, according to district officials. Assistant Superintendent for Instructional Services Connie Zinnen reported Monday […]

 
 

Season ends for Union Grove football

Season ends for Union Grove football

  By Tim Wester Sports Correspondent Having to battle physically-dominant Waterford and Lake Geneva Badger in consecutive weeks is tough way to end a season. Although Union Grove didn’t yield the desired results, it certainly didn’t back down from the fight. Union Grove (3-6, 2-5) trailed 21-7 at halftime before […]

 
 

Waterford cross country repeats as conference champs

Butscher, Radobicky advance to state meet Editor’s Note: On Saturday, Josh Butscher and Kelsey Radobicky finished in the top five at the Arrowhead Sectional and advanced to this weekend’s state cross country meet in Wisconsin Rapids. Please check out Friday’s Waterford Post for the complete story.   By Chris Bennett […]

 
 

ROSE G. KRETSCHMER

ROSE G. KRETSCHMER

Rose G. Kretschmer, 91, of New Munster, passed away peacefully on Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017, at Arbor View. Rose was born in New Munster on April 10, 1926, to John and Anna “Louise” (nee Epping) Kretschmer. She was a lifetime resident of the New Munster area. She was a member […]

 
 

Dover might pursue incorporation to prevent annexation

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent The recent news Foxconn is laying roots in Mount Pleasant has elected officials in at least one neighboring township contemplating their future. Town of Dover’s board briefly discussed the prospect of incorporating into a village at its monthly meeting Oct. 9 on the heels of the […]

 
 

Bathed in orange

Bathed in orange

Burlington’s Echo Lake is colored in an orange glow as the sun sets Friday across a sky that appears to be hand-painted. (Photo by Jacqueline Nadolski)

 
 

City to borrow for flood relief

Nearly $1.5 million still needed for infrastructure repairs By Jason Arndt Staff Writer       Faced with nearly $2 million in damages from July’s flood, and without any federal disaster aid, the Burlington Common Council authorized borrowing nearly $1.5 million at Tuesday’s meeting. According to City Finance Director Steve […]

 
 

FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS: Overtime 2-point pass denied as Waterford edges Burlington

FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS: Overtime 2-point pass denied as Waterford edges Burlington

Waterford erases 21-7 second half deficit, will play #1 Monona Grove   By Chris Bennett and Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com WATERFORD – Every armchair quarterback that ever screamed, ‘Why didn’t they go for two?’ got their wish answered in Friday night’s WIAA Division 2 Level 1 playoff game between Burlington and […]

 
 

PATRICIA PETRANDO

PATRICIA PETRANDO

Patricia Petrando of Wind Lake passed away on Oct 14, 2017, in Castle Rock, Colo. She was born in Chicago on Sept. 4, 1944. Patricia was a loving mother to daughters LeeAnn Heiser and Beth Duenser. She is preceded in death by her husband, Joseph Donald Petrando. Private family services […]

 
 

Burlington boys volleyball clinches outright SLC championship

Burlington boys volleyball clinches outright SLC championship

    By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com You would have to go back to the Tim Gesteland era to find the last time the Burlington boys volleyball team won a conference championship. Gesteland, who started the program in 1997, led the Demons to three state tournament trips, including a state runner-up […]

 
 
 
 

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