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BASD moves ahead with plan to survey residents

District may delay building referendum until November By Alex Johnson Correspondent The process to develop a community survey regarding potential updates and repairs to Burlington Area School District buildings has been set in motion for possible referendum in a year from now. discussed Monday by the Burlington Area School District. […]

 
 

30 years young: Burlington volleyball coach Lynch continues long tradition of family

30 years young: Burlington volleyball coach Lynch continues long tradition of family

Lynch comes from volleyball family, Leach is his niece   By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com Thirty years ago, the volleyball landscape was much different. There weren’t any clubs, only four or five high school programs were dominant and studying film was a foreign language. A young, wide-eyed 24-year-old took over the […]

 
 

City approves purchase of two new police vehicles

By Jason Arndt Staff Writer       On the brink of costly repairs to aging police vehicles, the Burlington Common Council authorized the purchase of two new squad cars for the police department at Tuesday’s meeting. The council, which discussed the replacement of two 2013 Ford Interceptor Utility vehicles […]

 
 

Burlington Co-op swimmers capture sectional championship, 3 advance to state

Burlington Co-op swimmers capture sectional championship, 3 advance to state

  By Chris Bennett Sports Correspondent The Burlington Co-op girls high school swim team enjoyed a banner day Nov. 4 at a WIAA Division 1 Sectional Meet at Greenfield High School. Burlington Co-op won the sectional title, and is sending swimmers to the WIAA Division 1 State Girls Swimming & […]

 
 

A chance to slime the teacher

A chance to slime the teacher

Union Grove Elementary School student Ella Reesman slimes director of student services Tom Hansen during a pep assembly Nov. 2 with assistance from counselor Erin Weber. Students and staff celebrated raising more than $3,000 for a childhood cancer charity.

 
 

BHS one-act play advances to state

Teamwork rises in show about baseball By Jennifer Eisenbart Correspondent For Burlington High School’s one-act play, it was only appropriate that teamwork played a part in qualifying for state at Waukesha Catholic Memorial Saturday Presenting “The Baseball Show” by Cynthia Mercati – a show that talks not only about the […]

 
 

Village will not switch to weekly recycling

Most residents don’t want the added cost, officials say By Dave Fidlin Correspondent As a prelude to the upcoming adoption of the 2018 municipal budget, Village of Waterford officials have set in stone how recycling services will be carried out in the year ahead. Citing cost considerations and minimal interest […]

 
 

Casey’s proposes convenience store in Union Grove

Gas station and store eyed for site on Durand Ave. By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Residents and other motorists passing through Union Grove on a daily basis may soon have a new option for fuel and convenience store fare. The village Plan Commission on Nov. 6 conducted a preliminary review of […]

 
 

Veterans Day ceremony is Saturday morning

Veterans Day ceremony is Saturday morning

Burlington’s veterans groups will host a Veterans Day observance Saturday at 10:30 a.m. at Veterans Terrace, 589 Milwaukee Ave. The ceremony begins at 10:30 a.m. and will continue through 11 a.m. with an outdoor rifle salute. The public is invited to attend the program.

 
 

SUZANNE K. “SUE” LAWRENCE

SUZANNE K. “SUE” LAWRENCE

      Suzanne K. “Sue” Lawrence, age 74, of Watertown, passed away on Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017, at her home. Suzanne Kay Baltz was born on April 29, 1943, in Milwaukee to Henry and Molly (nee Palmersheim) Baltz. On Aug. 19, 1961, she was united in marriage to Robert Lawrence in […]

 
 
 
 

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