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In this week’s Standard Press…

In this week’s Standard Press…

      Now that City of Burlington police Sgt. Matthew Baumhardt has resigned amid criminal sexual assault charges, what will become of the city’s K9 patrol unit? City reporter Jason Arndt answers that question in a front-page story in this week’s edition of the Burlington Standard Press. The K9 unit was […]

 
 

Former officer accused of sex assault

Former officer accused of sex assault

He allegedly had sex with drunken woman while on duty By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Former City of Burlington police Sgt. Matthew Baumhardt is accused of having sex while on duty with an intoxicated woman he was supposed to be helping, according to charges filed this week in Racine County […]

 
 

STEVEN E. CALKINS

STEVEN E. CALKINS

      Steven E. Calkins, 65, of Phelps, passed away on Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2018 at Lakeland Health Care Center. Steve was born in Topeka, Kan. on March 16, 1953, to Donald and Sylvia (nee Taber) Calkins. He spent his early life in Harveyville, Kan. and Burlington. He graduated from Burlington […]

 
 

Youth will set them free: Influx of club-level talent a first for Burlington soccer

Youth will set them free: Influx of club-level talent a first for Burlington soccer

Burlington soccer starts season 3-2   Editor’s Note: Burlington is 3-2 this season, and will begin Southern Lakes action Thursday at home against Badger. Check out Thursday’s Burlington Standard Press for more updated information on the soccer team.   By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com You would have to go back all […]

 
 

Swimming defending champs hope for repeat

Swimming defending champs hope for repeat

  By Chris Bennett Sports Correspondent The Burlington Co-op girls high school swim team won one event Aug. 23 at the Southern Conference Relays at Whitewater High School, but the Demons went home with a bigger prize. The squad won the meet by one point over rival Badger Co-op. The […]

 
 

THOMAS J. O’NEILL

THOMAS J. O’NEILL

      Thomas J. O’Neill, 67, of Genoa City, passed away Friday, Aug. 31, 2018. He was born in Burlington on Oct. 8, 1950, to John and Anna (nee Flemming) O’Neill. He spent his young life in Burlington where he attended Burlington area schools. On May 20, 2005, in Las Vegas, […]

 
 

DAVID C. WHEATON

DAVID C. WHEATON

      David C. Wheaton, 62, of East Troy, passed away Tuesday, Aug. 28, 2018. He was born in Stoughton on Aug. 7, 1956, to Dr. Robert and Mary Alice Wheaton. He spent his early life in Burlington, where he graduated from Burlington High School in 1974. He later moved to […]

 
 

DONALD W. HILDEBRANDT

DONALD W. HILDEBRANDT

      Donald W. Hildebrandt, 60, of Yorkville, passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday Aug. 28, 2018, at Froedtert South (St. Catherine’s Hospital) in Kenosha. Donald was born in Kenosha on Jan. 17, 1958, to Melvin and Doris (nee Lockard) Hildebrandt. Don graduated from Carthage College with a degree in Biology. On […]

 
 

Touched by a Paw

Touched by a Paw

Girl, 10, pays it forward thanks to canine companion By Mike Ramczyk Staff Writer Deb Dahl isn’t exactly sure how many bones her daughter has broken during her short life. “We kind of stopped counting,” the Burlington resident said. Deb’s daughter, Eve, 10, has suffered more than 75 fractures due […]

 
 

Waterford bashes rival Badger for first time in 4 years, seizes control of Southern Lakes Conference

Waterford bashes rival Badger for first time in 4 years, seizes control of Southern Lakes Conference

Wolverines pull away with 27 unanswered points   By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com WATERFORD – It was a big stage thanks to local Milwaukee television station My24 carrying the game live, and the Lake Geneva Badger football opened the game like a team desperate for its first win of the season. […]

 
 
 
 

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