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Man charged with assaulting nurses in ICU

Man charged with assaulting nurses in ICU

A warrant was issued April 26 for the arrest of a Milwaukee man charged with assaulting nurses at Aurora Medical Center in Burlington. Joel DeLeon Nieves, 42, was charged April 4 in Racine County Circuit Court with three counts of battery to an emergency rescue worker, misdemeanor battery and disorderly […]

 
 

Group accuses city of ignoring federal law

Disability Justice decries exemption for local resale shop By Jason Arndt Editor Disability Justice, a Wisconsin-based Civil Rights organization, is accusing the City of Burlington and a local establishment of ignoring federal civil rights law. The organization, according to a news release, plans to attend a May 7 Common Council […]

 
 

Open house is Saturday at Shepherds College

Open house is Saturday at Shepherds College

Shepherds College, Union Grove, will host a community open house from 9:30 to 11 a.m. on Saturday, May 4. All visitors are welcome to find out more about the nation’s leading post secondary school for people with intellectual disabilities. Tours of campus, 1805 15th Avenue, will be given every half […]

 
 

Union Grove High School to host May 8 open house

Union Grove High School to host May 8 open house

Event showcases facility improvements, first annual plant sale The community is invited to see the facility improvements at Union Grove High School during an open house scheduled for Wednesday, May 8 from 3 to 7 p.m. The facility improvements were possible through a referendum passed by the community. Improvements include […]

 
 

Fire leaves family searching for home

Fire leaves family searching for home

Family of six didn’t have renters insurance By Jason Arndt Staff Writer A Waterford couple and their four children are looking for a new place to live after a fire damaged their rented home last week. Katie Guardiola, the mother, said she and her family have been staying with friends […]

 
 

Blowing out the competition

Blowing out the competition

Baseball strings together convincing wins By Tim Wester Correspondent The Union Grove baseball team may be the only group of Wisconsinites that have enjoyed the month of April. The Broncos dodged cold temperatures and snowflakes on numerous occasions to win nine straight games by a combined score of 80-18. Union […]

 
 

Festival fireworks are back on

Festival fireworks are back on

Community State Bank, Mangold Insurance step up as sponsors By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief ChocolateFest will begin with a bang again in 2019. The fireworks that have become a 19-year tradition on the opening night of the annual Memorial Day weekend festival in Burlington are back on after a […]

 
 

JUERGEN “JERRY” A. ECKERT

JUERGEN “JERRY” A. ECKERT

      Juergen “Jerry” A. Eckert, 74, of Burlington, passed away Tuesday, April 30, 2019 at St. Lukes’s Hospital in Milwaukee. Jerry was born in Heidelberg, West Germany on Dec. 30, 1944, to August and Elisabeth (nee Hertel) Eckert. He lived in West Germany until the age of 15 when he […]

 
 

Baker dominant in win against Burlington

Baker dominant in win against Burlington

Softball avenges earlier loss to Demons By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Behind Ashley Baker’s dominating pitching performance, according to Waterford Union High School softball coach Ryan Krueger, the Wolverines edged visiting Burlington 4-1 on April 26. Baker, who struck out two and walked three, allowed one earned run on five […]

 
 

Rolling over the competition

Rolling over the competition

Demons riding high in all facets of game with 10-1 start By Mike Ramczyk Correspondent Scott Staude just wanted to be sure. After snow and rain littered the area last week, the chances of the Burlington baseball team playing Union Grove in a Southern Lakes Conference showdown Tuesday in Burlington […]

 
 
 
 

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