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AGNES “AGGIE” MARIE PAVLIK

AGNES “AGGIE” MARIE PAVLIK

      Agnes “Aggie” Marie Pavlik, 88, of Waterford, passed away peacefully with her family by her side on March 13, 2019. Aggie was born in Sturgeon Bay on July 29, 1930 to Edward and Shirley (nee Berger) Schroeder. She met the man of her dreams, Rudolph “Rudy” Benedict Pavlik and […]

 
 

SHARON PAULINE JACQUART

SHARON PAULINE JACQUART

      Sharon Pauline Jacquart, 76, of Burlington, passed away peacefully with her family by her side on March 13, 2019 at The Elder Care Cottages in Waterford. Sharon was born in Ironwood, Mich. on April 3, 1942 to Russell and Francis (nee Orsoni) Thomas Sr.       Sharon grew up in […]

 
 

BRENDA C. BERGER

BRENDA C. BERGER

      Brenda C. Berger, 67, of Twin Lakes, passed away Friday, March 15, 2019 at her home with her family. Brenda was born in Haleyville, Ala. on July 6, 1951, to Vanous and Mary Lee (nee Rye) Cooper. She spent her early life in Alabama before moving to Wisconsin in […]

 
 

LOUISE A. “LOUAN” LUETTEN

LOUISE A. “LOUAN” LUETTEN

      Louise A. “Louan” Luetten, 91, of Burlington, passed away Thursday, March 14, 2019 at Lake Geneva Manor. Louan was born on Feb. 20, 1928 in Burlington to Joseph and Ruth (nee Morrissey) Pihringer. She attended and graduated from St. Charles Grade School and Burlington High School. She also attended […]

 
 

Former city officer pleads no contest

Former city officer pleads no contest

Baumhardt, 30, is convicted of misconduct, sexual assault By Jason Arndt Editor Former City of Burlington police Sgt. Matthew Baumhardt avoided trial on Tuesday when he pleaded no contest to charges of sexual misconduct while on duty. Baumhardt, 30, who previously pleaded not guilty at a November arraignment, now faces […]

 
 

Home and Garden Show is Saturday

Home and Garden Show is Saturday

Chocolate Extravaganza is held concurrent with event By Jason Arndt Editor The Burlington Chamber of Commerce’s Home and Garden Show featuring about 100 vendors, and some children’s activities, returns for another year on Saturday, March 16, at Burlington High School. The annual event, which runs from 9 a.m. to 3 […]

 
 

Rohner, Bronson lead area Southern Lakes winter all-conference

Rohner, Bronson lead area Southern Lakes winter all-conference

  Southern Lakes Conference   Winter Sports All-Conference   Boys basketball   First team – Jaeden Zackery, guard, sr., Westosha Central. Luke Umnus, G, sr., Elkhorn. Dylan Anderson, forward, sr., WC. Dylan Runkel, F, jr., Burlington. Nick Brown, F, jr., ELK. Zackary Watson, G, jr., Wilmot. Athlete of the year […]

 
 

The best of the Broncos

The best of the Broncos

Union Grove High School recently honored the Bronco Students of the Month for January. They are (first row, from left) Emmy Pettit, Taylor Diener; (second row) Nicholas Sikorski, Dillon Brixius, Emma Milonas, Alaina Rasmusson; (third row) John Buckner, Kevin Hall and Daniel Martin. Missing from the picture are Kollin Suprak […]

 
 

Out of the swamp and onto the stage

Out of the swamp and onto the stage

Waterford’s ‘Shrek’ has message of empowerment for misfits Waterford Union High School students in music and dance will bring to life the familiar tale of a curmudgeonly ogre and his quest for a little peace and quiet that instead leads to the discovery of his true self. The school’s production […]

 
 

Once upon a time

Once upon a time

Students shine at special education prom By Jason Arndt Editor Under the twinkling lights Saturday at Mercantile Hall in Burlington, special education students shined brightly, thanks to a Burlington High School student group. The group of students from DRIVEN, an organization dedicated to community service, coordinated the second annual Special […]

 
 
 
 

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