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Greatest story never shown: Filming nearly complete on first Tony Romo documentary

Greatest story never shown: Filming nearly complete on first Tony Romo documentary

“Now or Never” movie will document the rise of Tony Romo, Burlington community   By Daniel Schoettler Sports Correspondent Tony Romo will be the subject of a new documentary about his meteoric, unique rise to football superstardom. The Texas-based video production group ZGN Productions is at the head of the […]

 
 

Right next door

Right next door

Burlington police didn’t have to travel far Monday afternoon to respond to a car crash at the corner of Jefferson and Dodge streets in the city’s downtown Monday. This car ended up crashing into and knocking down a light pole that came to rest on an overhead utility line. According […]

 
 

School Board cuts cost of referendum options

Change comes in response to survey showing lower tax tolerance By Alex Johnson Correspondent The Burlington Area School District Board of Education narrowed the options for a potential November referendum to three Monday. A final vote is expected later this month. The three options are: Option 1, estimated at $48.1 […]

 
 

Tricky pickle leads to walk-off winner for Burlington Barons

Tricky pickle leads to walk-off winner for Burlington Barons

Late call pays off as former Barons star is duped   By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com BURLINGTON – After two decades of pacing the dugout with Burlington High School varsity baseball head coach Scott Staude, assistant coach Ryan Hoffman has learned a few tricks of the trade – stuff you can’t […]

 
 

In this week’s Standard Press…

In this week’s Standard Press…

      It’s been 12 months to the date when what initially seemed like an ordinary summer rainstorm turned into a deluge of epic proportions The flood of July 2017 had a multi-million-dollar impact on the Burlington area and changed the way things get done by city government. In this week’s […]

 
 

Best little musical in town

Best little musical in town

Haylofters to sing about brothel’s downfall By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief The title and the topic may be risqué, but the show itself is full of fun and music, Director Pamela Schroeder says of the Haylofters upcoming production of “The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas.” The show, which peaked […]

 
 

JEROME “JERRY” ANTHONY NACZEK

JEROME “JERRY” ANTHONY NACZEK

      Jerome “Jerry” Anthony Naczek, 72, of Wind Lake, passed away Tuesday, July 10, 2018. He was born June 16, 1946, in Milwaukee, to Harry and Dorothy (nee Nadolski) Naczek. His early life was spent in Milwaukee, where he graduated from John Marshall High School. He has resided in Wind […]

 
 

RITA HELEN STRAND

RITA HELEN STRAND

          Rita Helen Strand died on July 4, 2018, at Brookdale in Miramar Beach, Fla. She was born Dec. 16, 1926, in Burlington to Stanley and Marie (Vos) Szydlowski. She met Alfred Strand from Saint Maries, Idaho and they married Jan. 6, 1951, at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Burlington. […]

 
 

Asphalt Contractors captures Little League championship

Asphalt Contractors captures Little League championship
 
 

ROY WHITE

ROY WHITE

     Roy White, 92, of Burlington, passed away June 17, 2018, at Pine Brook Pointe under the care of Serenity Hospice. He was born in Burlington on April 25, 1926, to Harold and Marion (Cooper) White and lived his entire life there. Roy was a proud Veteran of the Army […]

 
 
 
 

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