• What to follow this spring, March Madness, winter studs
  • Middle school referendum question hinges on replace or repair debate
  • Grove boys step up late in season
  • Silver lining: Playoff loss doesn’t diminish Union Grove basketball season
  • Making new friends
  • What to follow this spring, March Madness, winter studs

    What to follow this spring, March Madness, winter studs

    The days are officially getting longer, and the temperatures are heating up. No more staying inside all day and watching “Frozen” on repeat with the baby. It’s time to get outside and enjoy the sunshine. And though we all know Wisconsin could decide to drop a foot of snow on […]

  • Middle school referendum question hinges on replace or repair debate

    Middle school referendum question hinges on replace or repair debate

    By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor Since the Burlington Area School District began its review of its facilities, the single largest question mark has always been Karcher Middle School. At the heart of the building is the original 1924 construction – what was originally Burlington High School. Over the years, four different […]

  • Grove boys step up late in season

    Grove boys step up late in season

      By Tim Wester Sports Correspondent Union Grove boys basketball coach Dave Pettit perfected his improvisation skills this season. Plagued by injuries and an undersized frontline, Pettit had to adjust lineups, rotations and defenses on the fly to keep the Broncos afloat. The Broncos responded well to the improvisation, finishing […]

  • Silver lining: Playoff loss doesn’t diminish Union Grove basketball season

    Silver lining: Playoff loss doesn’t diminish Union Grove basketball season

      By Tim Wester Sports Correspondent Nobody captured the pain of Union Grove girls basketball team’s WIAA Division 2 Regional final loss to Milton like coach Rob Domagalski. The veteran coach said the loss was like a train hitting a wall at 100 miles per hour. The Broncos came into […]

  • Making new friends

    Making new friends

    Natasha McAnally (left) finds herself instant friends with Tiny Paws rescue dog Ritchie at the March 11 Burlington Home and Garden Show. The dogs at the show were a hit with many visitors. (Photo by Jennifer Eisenbart)

 

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What to follow this spring, March Madness, winter studs

What to follow this spring, March Madness, winter studs

The days are officially getting longer, and the temperatures are heating up. No more staying inside all day and watching “Frozen” on repeat with the baby. It’s time to get outside and enjoy the sunshine. And though we all know Wisconsin could decide to drop a foot of snow on […]

 
 

Middle school referendum question hinges on replace or repair debate

Middle school referendum question hinges on replace or repair debate

By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor Since the Burlington Area School District began its review of its facilities, the single largest question mark has always been Karcher Middle School. At the heart of the building is the original 1924 construction – what was originally Burlington High School. Over the years, four different […]

 
 

Rochester might sell unused liquor license to Burlington

By Dave Fidlin CORRESPONDENT The City of Burlington continues to reach out to neighboring municipalities, in pursuit of additional alcoholic beverage licenses it can distribute to interested bars and restaurants. Mayor Jeannie Hefty on Monday paid the Rochester Village Board a visit to discuss Burlington’s current situation. Under state statutes, […]

 
 

Grove boys step up late in season

Grove boys step up late in season

  By Tim Wester Sports Correspondent Union Grove boys basketball coach Dave Pettit perfected his improvisation skills this season. Plagued by injuries and an undersized frontline, Pettit had to adjust lineups, rotations and defenses on the fly to keep the Broncos afloat. The Broncos responded well to the improvisation, finishing […]

 
 

Silver lining: Playoff loss doesn’t diminish Union Grove basketball season

Silver lining: Playoff loss doesn’t diminish Union Grove basketball season

  By Tim Wester Sports Correspondent Nobody captured the pain of Union Grove girls basketball team’s WIAA Division 2 Regional final loss to Milton like coach Rob Domagalski. The veteran coach said the loss was like a train hitting a wall at 100 miles per hour. The Broncos came into […]

 
 

City Hall will close half hour earlier

By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor A change is coming to the City of Burlington. Hours for City Hall will change Monday, April 3, with official hours now from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Hours currently are from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Director of Administrative Services Megan Watkins […]

 
 

Making new friends

Making new friends

Natasha McAnally (left) finds herself instant friends with Tiny Paws rescue dog Ritchie at the March 11 Burlington Home and Garden Show. The dogs at the show were a hit with many visitors. (Photo by Jennifer Eisenbart)

 
 

Wild winds cause damage

By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor With sustained winds peaking at about 40 mph and gusts above 60 mph, it was difficult to keep your hat on March 8. A wind warning was issued for last week due to the high wind, and area municipalities felt that wind’s force. Branches were stripped […]

 
 

Burlington man accused of attacking his wife

Burlington man accused of attacking his wife

A 45-year-old Burlington man was charged Wednesday in Racine County Circuit Court with allegedly poisoning his wife and then attempting to strangle her. Darin Tiedt was charged with strangulation and suffocation, misdemeanor battery, disorderly conduct and placing foreign objects in edibles. The first and last charges are both felonies. According […]

 
 

BASD – and others – to hold referendum meetings

By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor The Burlington Area School District is planning on holding two informational meetings for the public regarding the upcoming referendums – as is a key opponent. The two district meetings are tonight and March 22 at 7 p.m. at the Karcher Middle School library. BASD Superintendent Peter […]

 
 
 
 

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