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Special meeting on future of dispatch is Sept. 27

Meeting will be held at DPW facility By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief The City of Burlington will discuss the future of its emergency services dispatching system at a special meeting of the Common Council on Sept. 27. Meeting will be held at the city’s Department of Public Works facility, […]

 
 

WEEK 5 FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS: How ’bout those Falcons? Really?

WEEK 5 FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS: How ’bout those Falcons? Really?

Undefeated Falcons making history thanks to transfer QB   It’s not a typo. The Westosha Central football team is 4-0, people, and it’s time to start getting used to the fact that Jaden Jackson may be the best quarterback in the area, let alone the Southern Lakes Conference. Preseason conference […]

 
 

CATHERINE KAY SKELLY

CATHERINE KAY SKELLY

      Catherine Kay Skelly, 93, of Green Bay, passed peacefully on Sunday, Sept. 10, 2017, at Angels on Arcadian, DePere. She was born in Janesville on March 25, 1924, to Patrick and Mary Ellen (McCue) Slein. On June 19, 1948, she married Alan E. Skelly at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, […]

 
 

EUNICE M. SCHAEFER

EUNICE M. SCHAEFER

      Eunice M. (June) Schaefer, 93, of Kansasville, passed away on Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2017, at Pine Brook Pointe in Burlington. She was born March 23, 1924, to Erwin and Nellie Jante in Milwaukee County. June graduated from Burlington High School in 1941 and the Racine-Kenosha Rural Normal School in […]

 
 

City revokes permit for auto business

City revokes permit for auto business

Commission cracks down on Motor Sports business By Jason Arndt Staff Writer After 10 years of haggling and compromise, the Burlington Plan Commission on Tuesday revoked a conditional use permit issued to Jeffrey Way of Motor Sports Auto Sales, which has faced noncompliance concerns since 2007. As part of the […]

 
 

Westosha volleyball overwhelms Burlington for sweep

Westosha volleyball overwhelms Burlington for sweep

Shoopman dominates in redemption game   By Jason Arndt jarndt@southernlakesnewspapers.com Westosha Central High School’s Laura Shoopman and her girls volleyball team had a simple mission entering their Southern Lakes Conference showdown Tuesday at Burlington High School. The mission, Shoopman said, was to come together and fight for every last point […]

 
 

JACOB F. WEINGART

JACOB F. WEINGART

      Jacob F. Weingart, 26, of Milwaukee, passed away unexpectedly on Monday, Sept. 11, 2017. He was born in Milwaukee on Dec. 28, 1990, to Mark Weingart and Julie Natrop. At an early age he moved to Waterford where he graduated from Waterford High School. Jacob worked at Coquette Café […]

 
 

Roundabout opening now slated for October

Roundabout opening now slated for October

DOT official says there will be a learning curve for some drivers By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief It will be about another month before Highway 142 and the roundabout intersection at McCanna Parkway in Burlington are fully open to traffic, according to an official with the state Department of […]

 
 

JOHN S. PERRY, JR.

JOHN S. PERRY, JR.

      John S. Perry, Jr., 67, found peace on Sunday, Sept. 10, 2017. He is the loving son of Lucy and the late John Perry and beloved brother of Michael (Belle) Perry, Debra Passananti and Donna (Andy) Benetatos. He is further survived by his loving nieces and nephew, other family […]

 
 

Romo impresses with football genius in TV debut

Romo impresses with football genius in TV debut

Twitter blows up with praise for former Cowboys star   By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com To the average National Football League fan and especially those in the Burlington area, it may have felt a bit strange to watch the Dallas Cowboys Sunday night without No. 9, Tony Romo, on the sideline. […]

 
 
 
 

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