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City won’t buy downtown site

Officials were considering Roger’s Auto property   By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief The City of Burlington has decided not to pursue the purchase of the current Roger’s Auto property, 233 Main St. The Common Council met in a closed session Sept. 12 and opted not to buy the property […]

 
 

Village, two townships won’t receive state funds for July flooding

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent The Village of Waterford will not receive outside financial assistance for clean-up efforts linked to the flooding that ravaged portions of Western Racine County in mid-July. Village Administrator Rebecca Ewald provided an update on the municipality’s effort to seek financial assistance at a Village Board meeting […]

 
 

Summer winds; autumn scenes

Summer winds; autumn scenes

A hayride makes its way through downtown Rochester Saturday during the Day in the Country celebration. The event, which features an autumn theme, played out to sunny skies and temperatures in the 80s. See this week’s Burlington Standard Press and Waterford Post for more photos from the event. (Photo by […]

 
 

Circling the drain

Circling the drain

The last vestiges of the Burlington Community Pool are broken up and hauled away Thursday as demolition of the facility makes way for construction of a new aquatic center. The modern, full-featured aquatic center is slated to open for the 2018 swimming season. (Photo by Ed Nadolski)

 
 

Big plays, defense help Waterford ground Burlington

Big plays, defense help Waterford ground Burlington

Keller, others run for nearly 300 yards   By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com BURLINGTON – Waterford head coach Adam Bakken wasn’t taking the Burlington offense lightly Friday night. Not after the Demons put up 440 yards on Southern Lakes Conference powerhouse Lake Geneva Badger the week before. In a crucial Southern […]

 
 

Union Grove soccer cracks state rankings

Union Grove soccer cracks state rankings

Soccer boys keep making history   By Tim Wester Sports Correspondent The Union Grove boys soccer team is on quite a roll. It took until Thursday night for the Broncos to suffer their first loss, a 7-1 defeat to defending Division 3 state champion Delavan-Darien. But that doesn’t take away […]

 
 

DUANE D. KATZMAN

DUANE D. KATZMAN

      Duane D. “Skip” Katzman, 81, of Elkhorn and Sanibel Island, Fla., died unexpectedly Sept. 12, 2017, at Aurora Lakeland Medical Center Elkhorn. He was born April 2, 1936, at Lakeland Hospital Elkhorn, to the late Herbert R. and A. Pearl (Bartholomew) Katzman. He graduated from Burlington High School with […]

 
 

Waterford football pounds Wilmot

Waterford football pounds Wilmot

Waterford bounces back behind running prowess of Keller   By Chris Bennett Sports Correspondent Waterford led 17-0 at halftime and beat Wilmot 24-13 Sept. 8 in a Southern Lakes Conference high school football game at Waterford Union High School. The victory is the Wolverines’ first this season in SLC play. […]

 
 

CATHOLIC CENTRAL ROUNDUP: Topper football remains winless despite season high

CATHOLIC CENTRAL ROUNDUP: Topper football remains winless despite season high

Team shows improvement despite litany of injuries   By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com And Dana Ehrmann Sports Correspondent The Catholic Central football team continues to improves, little by little, despite missing its starting quarterback and top two running backs. On Friday at home against Whitefish Bay Dominican, the winless Toppers were […]

 
 

9-year-old kept in dog kennel in Town of Norway

9-year-old kept in dog kennel in Town of Norway

A Wind Lake couple was arrested Sept. 6 after police learned they kept a 9-year-old girl in a dog kennel at their Town of Norway home. Gale D. Lalonde, 46, and Dale A. Deavers, 48, face charges of causing mental harm to a child, false imprisonment and other felony charges. […]

 
 
 
 

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