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JOAN MARY SCHAUBLE

JOAN MARY SCHAUBLE

      Joan Mary (nee Szydlowski) Schauble, 93, of Paoli, Pa., passed away with her family and care technicians at her side on Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2018 at Parklane at Bellingham where she was in residence. Joan was an active member of St. Norbert Church in Paoli and played violin for […]

 
 

MARIAN L. OVERSON

MARIAN L. OVERSON

      Marian L. Overson, 81, of Union Grove, passed away peacefully at her residence surrounded by her family on Oct. 31, 2018. Marian was born on Feb. 28, 1937 to Royal and Alice (nee Beatty) Peckham in Richland Center. On Jan. 28, 1989, she married Rodney Overson. They were married […]

 
 

Federal authorities investigating plane crash

Federal authorities investigating plane crash

Pilot from Illinois escaped unharmed By Jason Arndt Editor The Federal Aviation Administration has started its investigation into the crash of a seaplane, which ended up in Camp Lake on Monday, before the pilot swam ashore and got a ride home to Illinois. Kenosha County Sheriff David Beth said the […]

 
 

Spook-tacular day

Spook-tacular day

      Brenda Smage, of Jolly Giants in Madison, towers over the crowd at Wehmhoff Square Park in downtown Burlington Oct. 27 during the annual Spooky City. The event attracted visitors from throughout the area for a costume parade, hayrides and trick or treating at downtown businesses. (Photo by Jason Arndt)

 
 

School tax rate to fall even if referendum passes

School tax rate to fall even if referendum passes

By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief The equalized property tax rate for the Burlington Area School District is projected to decrease for next year even if residents approve a $43.7 million referendum in Tuesday’s election. “It was a double whammy of good news,” Superintendent Peter Smet said following Monday’s meeting […]

 
 

Two for the show: Burlington, Catholic Central volleyball attempt to recreate magic of 2011-12

Two for the show: Burlington, Catholic Central volleyball attempt to recreate magic of 2011-12

Demons earn 4 seed, Toppers 2 games from 1st title in six years   Burlington has seen this movie before. You know, the one where both the Burlington Demons and Catholic Central Hilltoppers make it to the state girls volleyball tournament in the same year. In fact, the Demons and […]

 
 

In this week’s Standard Press…

In this week’s Standard Press…

      The Burlington Area School District will ask voters on Tuesday to support a $43.7 million facilities referendum that includes funding for a new middle school. Most voters likely assume that if the referendum passes school property taxes will go up. However, that doesn’t appear to be the case in […]

 
 

DONNA MAE REGO

DONNA MAE REGO

      Donna Mae Rego, 77, of Burlington, passed away Friday, Oct. 26, 2018 at St. Joseph’s Hospital – Froedert, in West Bend. Donna was born Oct. 2, 1941 to Frederick and Marie (nee Gelden) Sarbacker in Burlington. Her early life was spent in Bassett where she walked up the hill […]

 
 

NEWELL EASLEY, DDS

NEWELL EASLEY, DDS

      Newell Easley, DDS, 73, of Burlington, passed away Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2018. He was born Jan. 10, 1945 to Wilburn and Thelma (nee Easley) Easley in Schererville, Ind. His early life was spent in Indiana. He graduated from Butler University and the University of Indiana School of Dentistry. On […]

 
 

DOLORES R. TERRY

DOLORES R. TERRY

      Dolores R. Terry, 91, of Salem, passed away on Friday, Oct. 26, 2018 at Manor Care in Kenosha. Dolores was born in Burlington on May 8, 1927 to Bernard and Alvina (nee Toelle) Richter. She spent her early life in New Munster and graduated from St. Alphonsus Catholic School. […]

 
 
 
 

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