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Waterford ready for July 4 blast

The Waterford Lions Club will kick off the July 4 celebration in Waterford with the Kids Parade at 10:30 a.m. at Milwaukee Street and Main Street. Registration forms are available at Uncle Harry’s or can be done on site beginning at 9:30 a.m. Winners will receive ice cream from Uncle […]

 
 

Browns Lake group seeks to retain ski spotters

Browns Lake group seeks to retain ski spotters

Advisory board is worried about safety on busy local lake By Jason Arndt Staff Writer For decades, a state law required spotters on motorboats pulling water skiers on area lakes, but the safety provision changed in March when Gov. Scott Walker authorized an amendment passed by the Wisconsin legislature. The […]

 
 

LAURA S. KELLEY

LAURA S. KELLEY

     Laura S. Kelley, 52, of Lake Geneva, passed away Wednesday, June 27, 2018 at St. Luke’s Medical Center-Milwaukee. She was born May 30, 1966, in Burlington, to Stanley and Lillian (nee Rehor) Vrzan. She spent her early life in Burlington where she graduated from Burlington High School. On Aug. […]

 
 

HELENE M. LINDER

HELENE M. LINDER

      Helene M. Linder, 95, of Waterford, passed away Wednesday, June 27, 2018, at The Bay at Burlington. She was born Nov. 13, 1922, to Edwin and Celia (nee Kleckner) Johannes in Port Washington. Her early life was spent in Cleveland, where she graduated from Sheboygan High School. She worked […]

 
 

Tony Romo returns for 15th straight football camp, calls Packers ‘team to beat’

Tony Romo returns for 15th straight football camp, calls Packers ‘team to beat’

Romo sold on Green Bay Packers, gets back to fundamentals with annual camp   Antonio Ramiro Romo speaks with a child-like exuberance- almost a new lease on life. One year removed from missing golf tournaments and dealing with the stress of retirement, beginning a new career and extra scrutiny surrounding […]

 
 

Utility to host open house sessions regarding pipeline

Utility to host open house sessions regarding pipeline

Natural gas line proposed to stretch nearly 50 miles through area By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief We Energies plans to host a series of three open house meetings in early July to provide area property owners with information regarding its proposal to build a 49-mile natural gas pipeline through […]

 
 

In this week’s Standard Press…

In this week’s Standard Press…

      Burlington’s biggest celebrity, Tony Romo, returned for his annual football camp last week and shared his thoughts on a variety of topics with Standard Press Sports Editor Mike Ramczyk and other local media. Read Ramczyk’s column and extensive Q-and-A with Romo in this week’s Standard Press. The newspaper will […]

 
 

Environmental testing finished on Granary site

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent One of the last remaining hurdles in the planned redevelopment of a dormant grain mill site in Union Grove is was crossed recently. At a Community Development Authority meeting June 19, Village Administrator Mark Janiuk confirmed the state Department of Natural Resources is concluding its review […]

 
 

Village hires engineering firm as Highway 36 industrial park plans progress

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent As talk of developing a second industrial park on the Village of Waterford’s easterly end picks up steam, plans are in motion to bring into the fold the expertise of a local engineering firm. The Village Board on June 11 issued a contract, capped at $38,700, […]

 
 

YVONNE “JOY” GRIEBEL

YVONNE “JOY” GRIEBEL

      Yvonne “Joy” Griebel, 79, of Burlington, passed away surrounded by her family, on Sunday, June 24, 2018, at Froedtert Hospital in Milwaukee. She was born in Chicago on Jan. 17, 1939, to Walter F. and Frieda (nee Krause) Watier. She spent her early life in Kansasville, graduating from Union […]

 
 
 
 

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