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Village could soon decide on new Heritage District boundaries

  By Dave Fidlin Correspondent A final decision on the boundaries of the Village of Waterford’s historic Heritage District could come down the pike in the near future. The Village Board on May 8 discussed the district’s boundaries, which have been the subject of scrutiny this year, in part because […]

 
 

Details of possible UGHS referendum could surface this summer

  By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Details of Union Grove High School’s proposed facilities–related referendum could be coming down the pike in the months ahead. UGHS officials have hinted that one or more referendum questions could turn up on a ballot in one of the upcoming elections. District Administrator Al Mollerskov […]

 
 

What to do when parents don’t pay?

BASD wrestles with policy for delinquent meal payments By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief If a child’s parents neglect or refuse to pay a negative balance for school lunches, what should the district’s recourse be? Nightly robo-calls until the balance is paid? How about no frills lunches consisting of peanut […]

 
 

Local pastor, former teacher allegedly had sex with students

Local pastor, former teacher allegedly had sex with students

By Vicky Wedig Editor A former Kenosha teacher and Waterford pastor who was scheduled to appear in Racine County Circuit Court last week was instead transported to Kenosha County where he is also charged with having sex with a student. Douglas A. Richmond, 41, of Burlington, was scheduled for a […]

 
 

Pure imagination

Pure imagination

Willy Wonka (left, played by Andrew Lovrine) congratulates Charlie Bucket (Alex Robers) on becoming the new owner of his factory during a dress rehearsal for Burlington High School’s production of “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.” The show’s final public performance is Saturday, May 20, at 7 p.m. in the school […]

 
 

Man allegedly took photos of people in store fitting rooms

Man allegedly took photos of people in store fitting rooms

A Burlington man is charged with disorderly conduct and bail jumping for allegedly taking photos of people in the fitting rooms at Kohl’s department store, 1032 Milwaukee Ave., Burlington. In charges filed Tuesday in Racine County Circuit Court, police allege that witnesses reported seeing Andrew Fischer, 32, taking pictures of […]

 
 

GRACE J. TORRES

GRACE J. TORRES

      Grace J. Torres, 75, Kenosha, died May 18, 2017, at her residence surrounded by her loving family. She was born May 14, 1942, to the late William and Clarissa (Alexan) Scott. Her early life was spent in Rochester. She graduated from Rochester Ag School and later went to UW–Parkside […]

 
 

The big payback: Burlington staves off late Waterford rally, takes 2nd straight conference title

The big payback: Burlington staves off late Waterford rally, takes 2nd straight conference title

Sophomore Krause shuts down Wolverines in front of electric atmosphere     By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com On a night when Burlington pitching coach Bob Lee threw out the first pitch, it was fitting that some of his newest protégés stole the show. The Burlington and Waterford baseball squads battled Thursday […]

 
 

CULLEN J. CAMMERS

CULLEN J. CAMMERS

      Cullen J. Cammers, 77, U.S. Navy Veteran, died May 16, 2017. He was an assistant Scoutmaster with the St. Leonard Boy Scout Troop 32, a member of the St. Leonard Holy Name Society, the St. Leonard Joyful Noise and St. Thomas Aquinas Church in Waterford. Survivors include his children, […]

 
 

TUESDAY BOX SCORES: Burlington softball holds off Waterford

TUESDAY BOX SCORES: Burlington softball holds off Waterford

  Tuesday, May 16   Burlington softball 10, Waterford 7 BUR – 3303010 – 10 15 2 WAT – 3003001 – 7 8 4 Pitching: BUR – Josie Klein (W) 7IP, 2K, 3BB. WAT – Gabby Lepine, 3K, 2BB. Leading hitters – BUR: Gracie Peterson 4×5, 3B, RBI; Klein 3×4, […]

 
 
 
 

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