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ANNE C. RICHTER

ANNE C. RICHTER

      Anne C. Richter, 105, of Waterford, passed away Monday, July 29, 2019, at Waterford Assisted Living. Anne was born in Lyons on Sept. 25, 1913, to Charles and Katherine (nee Erhart) Vogt. Her early life was spent in the Burlington area, where she attended St. Joseph’s Catholic School. On […]

 
 

CHARLES E. TOELLE

CHARLES E. TOELLE

      Charles E. Toelle, 91, of Watertown, previously of Wheatland, passed away Thursday, July 25, 2019, at Angel Grace Hospice in Oconomowoc. Chuck was born on March 21, 1928, to Edward and Lucy (nee Smitz) Toelle in New Munster. His early life was spent in Wheatland. He attended and graduated […]

 
 

JUDITH A. HERDA

JUDITH A. HERDA

      Judith A. Herda, 79, of New Munster passed away Wednesday, July 24, 2019, at Oak Park Place in Burlington. Judie was born July 5, 1940, in Bloomington, Ill. to James and Helen (nee Lewis) Marvin. Her early life was spent in Bloomington where she graduated from Normal Community High […]

 
 

Sun, song and suds

Sun, song and suds

      Don Wiggins and Anthony Hill keep the crowd entertained with music and some comic relief during the Music on Main event July 21 in Waterford. A variety of craft beers provided by Racine Brewery were poured for attendees. The event – held the third Sunday of each month In […]

 
 

Survey begins to take shape

Union Grove seeks resident input to help set priorities By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Union Grove residents and business owners could soon be asked to weigh in on a number of issues related to the village, based on a committee’s recommendation. The Village Board will soon act on a possible community […]

 
 

Village will challenge incorporation

Board hires attorney amid talk of town’s possible incorporation effort By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Village of Waterford officials this week went on record against their neighboring township’s incorporation effort – and the end result is legal representation expected to cost at least $40,000 in the second half of this year. […]

 
 

Aquaducks capture state title

Aquaducks capture state title

Team overcomes wicked weather to win first title in 10 years By Jason Arndt Editor The Browns Lake Aquaducks outlasted wicked weather, which was a constant struggle all season, to capture its first Division II Wisconsin State Waterski Show title in a decade July 20 and 21. The Aquaducks accounted […]

 
 

When it rains, it pours

When it rains, it pours

My family endured a harrowing month and came out smiling If it wasn’t enough to lose my mom and my job in a span of three months, the hits kept coming this past month. It all started at the state baseball tournament back in early June, where both the Burlington […]

 
 

Maxwell Street Days return Friday and Saturday

Maxwell Street Days return Friday and Saturday

Vintage Square is also back after successful inaugural launch Maxwell Street Days and The Vintage Square returns for another year this weekend in downtown Burlington with about 60 vendors expected to set up shop, according to the Burlington Area Chamber of Commerce. The annual event, which runs Friday and Saturday […]

 
 

Roadwork to close portion of Milwaukee Avenue

Roadwork to close portion of Milwaukee Avenue

Detour is set to remain through August By Jason Arndt Editor Road construction began this week in the City of Burlington and officials planned to close a section Milwaukee Avenue Thursday for a little more than a month while a portion of the work is completed. The project comes in […]

 
 
 
 

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