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Bronco soccer loses in battle of state-ranked opponents

Bronco soccer loses in battle of state-ranked opponents

Union Grove takes out frustration following day By Tim Wester Correspondent After a record-breaking season in 2018, the Union Grove girls’ soccer team has lofty expectations this spring, but meeting them requires pinpoint focus and effort every game. The Broncos learned this lesson the hard way in last weekend’s Racine […]

 
 

KAREN L. DUNDORE

KAREN L. DUNDORE

      Karen L. Dundore, 76, of Burlington, passed away Wednesday, May 8, 2019 at Aurora Medical Center in Burlington. Karen was born in Burlington on Aug. 18, 1942, to Harold and Doris (nee Dunham) Koch. She graduated from Burlington High School, Class of 1960, and was a Burlington resident her […]

 
 

SHANNON L. BARSTOW

SHANNON L. BARSTOW

      Shannon L. Barstow, 52, of Lyons Township passed away on Sunday May 5, 2019 at her home. Shannon was born on Sept. 6, 1966 in Racine to Vicki (Vawter) and the late William Barstow. She was raised and lived mostly in the Burlington area for most of her life. […]

 
 

Ex-marshal charged for threatening to victim of sex assault

Ex-marshal charged for threatening to victim of sex assault

A former U.S. Marshal convicted of sexual assault is facing multiple charges of making a threat, stalking and disorderly conduct after allegedly contacting his victim by letter from the Racine Correctional Institution in Sturtevant. The letters were sent to the victim’s mother’s home in Waterford, according to the criminal complaint […]

 
 

Final weekend for ‘Nana’s Naughty Knickers’

Final weekend for ‘Nana’s Naughty Knickers’

Haylofters comedy runs through Sunday at Malt House Theater By Jason Arndt Editor After contributing to other Haylofters shows in different capacities, except for director, Molly Button believed it was time to take the reigns. The time has come for Button, who is making her directorial debut starting the weekend […]

 
 

Brewery eyed for downtown site

Brewery eyed for downtown site

Local family has grand plans for former Standard Press building By Jason Arndt Editor For more than six decades, the City of Burlington was without a brewery, but that could change after the Sullivan family bought the former Standard Press building at 700 N. Pine St. According to Patrick Sullivan, […]

 
 

In this week’s Standard Press…

In this week’s Standard Press…

      It has been 64 years since Burlington had a brewery and that long, thirsty drought will end in 2020 if a local family succeeds in its plan to open a microbrewery and taproom in a prominent downtown building. Project spokesperson Patrick Sullivan announced the plans this week to convert […]

 
 

DEBORAH ANN “DEBBIE” FLATOW

DEBORAH ANN “DEBBIE” FLATOW

      Deborah Ann “Debbie” (nee Talatzko) Flatow passed away Sunday, May 5, 2019 at the age of 62. Debbie is survived by her loving husband, Thomas Flatow; children, Kristina and Andrew (Aubrey); grandchildren Logan Kamish, Kasyn Christensen, Madigan Flatow and Jack Flatow; parents Leonard and Joyce (nee Sontag) Bania; siblings […]

 
 

ANTHONY “TONY” DeMARCO

ANTHONY “TONY” DeMARCO

Anthony “Tony” DeMarco, passed away April 22, 2019 at his winter residence in Phoenix, Ariz. He was born in New York in 1938. He has been a resident of Browns Lake in Burlington since 1976. Tony was a 1963 graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. His lifetime career was in […]

 
 

ROBIN PAUL SNYDER

ROBIN PAUL SNYDER

      Father, husband, son, brother, friend, and all-around rock star, Robin Paul Snyder, born Nov. 26, 1972, headed off to jam with the greats on May 1, 2019. To some he was Rob; to others, Robin; to his boys and his daughter, he was Dad; to some, Coach; and to […]

 
 
 
 

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