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  • Youth football teams to face off for charity

    Youth football teams to face off for charity

    By Chris Bennett Correspondent There’s going to be a war in Waterford on Saturday, and Lorma Wendt will emerge victorious. Waterford Youth Football will have its annual Dave Hanson Memorial Civil War charity game at 7 p.m. Saturday at Waterford Union High School. Gates open at 6 p.m. Hanson, the […]

  • A century in the making

    A century in the making

    Time capsule from former teachers school unveiled By Jason Arndt Staff Writer In 1918, area newspapers urged officials and residents to arrive at the Racine-Kenosha Joint County Training School for Teachers in Union Grove, where members planned to lay a cornerstone time capsule on Sept. 4. The weather, according to […]

  • FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS WEEK 6: It’s OK, I’m just a substitute teacher

    FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS WEEK 6: It’s OK, I’m just a substitute teacher

      For those of you that don’t know, I’m a substitute teacher. And a journalist. A dad, a brother and a son. Lately, the universe has pulled me in many different directions and asked me to wear whatever hat best suits that situation. Take Monday and Tuesday. With Coraline Rose […]

  • Spreading sunshine

    Spreading sunshine

    Proceeds from flower field donated to senior center, township By Jason Arndt Editor Jennifer and Joe Greeter – owners of the sunflower field dubbed the ‘Happy Field’ by visitors this summer – decided to put some of the proceeds from the field back into the community last week. The Greeters, […]

  • In this week’s Standard Press…

    In this week’s Standard Press…

          It’s been nearly six months since the April election and talk of incorporation became a campaign issue in the race for an open seat on the Town of Burlington Board of Supervisors. During the spring election cycle, Town Board candidate (now Supervisor) Barb Ruud, said incorporation should be considered […]

 

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Youth football teams to face off for charity

Youth football teams to face off for charity

By Chris Bennett Correspondent There’s going to be a war in Waterford on Saturday, and Lorma Wendt will emerge victorious. Waterford Youth Football will have its annual Dave Hanson Memorial Civil War charity game at 7 p.m. Saturday at Waterford Union High School. Gates open at 6 p.m. Hanson, the […]

 
 

A century in the making

A century in the making

Time capsule from former teachers school unveiled By Jason Arndt Staff Writer In 1918, area newspapers urged officials and residents to arrive at the Racine-Kenosha Joint County Training School for Teachers in Union Grove, where members planned to lay a cornerstone time capsule on Sept. 4. The weather, according to […]

 
 

Town awaits answers on incorporation study

Group could reveal some costs, options next month By Jason Arndt Staff Writer A grassroots group of interested residents in the Town of Burlington has explored the feasibility of incorporating into a village since April and could reveal some answers in October, according to a town official. “We are hoping […]

 
 

DR. R. M. SORENSEN

DR. R. M. SORENSEN

      Dr. R.M. Sorensen, 94, husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, and World War II Navy pilot passed away peacefully at Aurora Memorial Hospital of Burlington on Sept. 19, 2018. Dr. Sorensen was born in 1924 to Martin and Bertha (Truesdell) Sorensen. He graduated high school in Norfolk, Neb., in 1942 and […]

 
 

FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS WEEK 6: It’s OK, I’m just a substitute teacher

FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS WEEK 6: It’s OK, I’m just a substitute teacher

  For those of you that don’t know, I’m a substitute teacher. And a journalist. A dad, a brother and a son. Lately, the universe has pulled me in many different directions and asked me to wear whatever hat best suits that situation. Take Monday and Tuesday. With Coraline Rose […]

 
 

Spreading sunshine

Spreading sunshine

Proceeds from flower field donated to senior center, township By Jason Arndt Editor Jennifer and Joe Greeter – owners of the sunflower field dubbed the ‘Happy Field’ by visitors this summer – decided to put some of the proceeds from the field back into the community last week. The Greeters, […]

 
 

In this week’s Standard Press…

In this week’s Standard Press…

      It’s been nearly six months since the April election and talk of incorporation became a campaign issue in the race for an open seat on the Town of Burlington Board of Supervisors. During the spring election cycle, Town Board candidate (now Supervisor) Barb Ruud, said incorporation should be considered […]

 
 

Show your colors!

Show your colors!

Pick up a copy of the two latest editions of the Burlington Standard Press and show your support for the local teams by displaying the commemorative homecoming posters supporting the Catholic Central High School Hilltoppers and the Burlington High School Demons. The CCHS poster was included with the Sept. 13 […]

 
 

Burlington’s Berry honored by his former school

Burlington’s Berry honored by his former school

He served community on City Council, School Board After Norris “Jack” Berry graduated from Wilmot Union High School in 1945, he enlisted in the United States Army, and later moved to the City of Burlington to become a dedicated servant to the community. For his efforts and steady involvement, Berry […]

 
 

ROGER JAMES SETTERMAN

ROGER JAMES SETTERMAN

      Roger James Setterman Sr., 78, Kronenwetter, formerly of Burlington, died Sunday, Sept. 16, 2018, at Aspirus Wausau Hospital. He was born July 8, 1940 in Butternut, to Joel and Myra (Smart) Setterman. On May 15, 1965, he married Rachel “Betty” Michalski in Milwaukee. Roger was a veteran of the […]

 
 
 
 

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