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Waterford tennis doubles pair go down with a fight

Waterford tennis doubles pair go down with a fight

  By Chris Bennett Sports Correspondent It took too long for Andrew Brockmann and Nate Buchholtz of the Waterford Union High School boys tennis team to find their mojo on the first day of the WIAA Division 1 Boys Tennis State Individual Championships. Brockmann and Buchholtz – Waterford’s No. 1 […]

 
 

Ike silences Lady Broncos

Ike silences Lady Broncos

  By Tim Wester Sports Correspondent Facing a daunting sectional, the Union Grove girls soccer team fell short of its quest for a deep postseason run. The sixth-seeded Broncos, who had six of the state’s top 10 teams in their sectional, were knocked off 3-1 by state-ranked New Berlin Eisenhower […]

 
 

School Board set to approve budget Monday

By Alex Johnson Correspondent The Burlington Area School District Board of Education will consider approval of a budget for the 2017-18 school year at Monday night’s meeting. The meeting is slated to begin at 7 p.m. at Lincoln School, 100 N. Kane St. Last week the board’s Finance Committee recommended […]

 
 

City police officer dies

City police officer dies

Kitelinger, 27, was department’s new canine handler City of Burlington Police Officer Tanner Kitelinger, 27, died at his home Friday, likely as the result of medical issues stemming from diabetes, according to Police Chief Mark Anderson. Anderson said Kitelinger, who had been with the department since March 2015, had successfully […]

 
 

Award-winning photo

Award-winning photo

      This photo, “Farming Through the Generations,” taken by Kelsey Henderson, of Yorkville, a Racine County 4-H member, was chosen as a Top 12 photo in the 2017 Wisconsin 4-H and Youth State Photo Display. Henderson is a member of the Yorkville 4-H Club and has been participating in the […]

 
 

Rochester renews longtime assessor’s contract

  By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Rochester will continue its longstanding relationship with its municipal property assessor, following a recent decision by village officials. The village re-upped with Kathy Romanak for a one-year term that began June 1 and runs through May 31, 2018. The Village Board approved the contract May […]

 
 

Proposal for at-large City Council seats fails

  By Jason Arndt Staff Writer After two failed votes, the structure of Burlington Common Council will stay the stay the same, at least in foreseeable future. The Charter Ordinance proposal, which needs six votes to pass, called for a mixed council of one representative for each aldermanic district and […]

 
 

Burlington blanks Milton, one win away from state

Burlington blanks Milton, one win away from state

(2) Burlington at (1) Oregon, 4 p.m., Saturday, WIAA D2 sectional final   By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com BURLINGTON – Morgan McCourt and the Burlington girls varsity soccer squad made history Thursday night by making sure history didn’t repeat itself. After two consecutive seasons of falling to Milton in the WIAA […]

 
 

Reindl nabs second at state track

Reindl nabs second at state track

  By Chris Bennett Sports Correspondent Haleigh Reindl finished second in the 800 with school record-time at the WIAA Division 1 Track & Field State Championships at UW-La Crosse. The state meet was contested June 2 and 3. Sam Krebsbach, Josh Butscher, Jack Duerst and Sean Pritchard finished 11th in […]

 
 

Union Grove softball bows out in regional final

Union Grove softball bows out in regional final

  By Tim Wester Sports Correspondent Union Grove’s season-ending 2-1 loss to Wilmot in a WIAA Division 1 regional final was a painful illustration of a season full of close calls. The Panthers scored a pair of first-inning runs and held on from there to post the narrow victory over […]

 
 
 
 

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