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Bauman, Korb vie for District 4 seat

Bauman, Korb vie for District 4 seat

Candidates address long-term growth, attracting businesses By Jason Arndt Editor City of Burlington voters in the fourth aldermanic district will decide whether to retain incumbent Todd Bauman or elect challenger Frank Korb in Tuesday’s election. The two candidates advanced to the election following a February primary where Bauman garnered 63 […]

 
 

Challenger drops out of school board race

Challenger drops out of school board race

Remaining incumbents are safe bet to return to board By Jason Arndt Editor After ballots were printed for the April 2 spring election, challenger Mary Trottier decided not to pursue a Burlington Area School District Board of Education seat, which will likely lead to the return of both incumbents. Trottier, […]

 
 

Yuppie Hill: Where the girls do all the work

Yuppie Hill: Where the girls do all the work

Local poultry farm has 30,000 laying hens By Heather Ruenz Staff Writer       Nearly 20 years ago, Lynn Lein’s son, Jason, brought home 12 laying hens. Now Yuppie Hill Poultry boasts roughly 30,000 birds.       “I had no idea it would end up this big. I was working full-time in […]

 
 

MARK HLADIK

MARK HLADIK

      Mark Hladik, 59, of Twin Lakes, passed away Saturday, March 16, 2019 at Aurora Burlington Medical Center. He was born April 22, 1959 in Chicago to Ralph and Irma Hladik. He lived in Chicago and Oak Forest, Ill., and during his teen years, was a summer resident of Fontana. […]

 
 

Park site considered for apartment complex

Portion of Indian Trail Park could be sold for development By Dave Fidlin Correspondent A portion of one of Union Grove’s parks could give way to a private multi-family development as part of a proposal under review. Don Houston of Houston Properties LLC went before the village Plan Commission on […]

 
 

WaterLIGHT project at a crossroads

WaterLIGHT project at a crossroads

Leader of public art proposal seeks village funding By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief The leader of the proposed Waterford WaterLIGHT project said he needs the village to support the project financially or risk it falling apart. But local officials say they need a lot more information before they can […]

 
 

Man charged with battery, OWI following incident with girlfriend

Man charged with battery, OWI following incident with girlfriend

A Burlington man accused of pulling a clump of his girlfriend’s hair out in a drunken rage is charged with three crimes including drunken driving for the third time. Steven J. Willick, 29, was charged March 21 in Racine County Circuit Court with operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated – […]

 
 

In this week’s Standard Press…

In this week’s Standard Press…

      Burlington Area School District residents will have a chance will have a chance to meet the man who will become the district’s next superintendent during a meet and greet session set for April 4. The three finalists for the position are Mark Elworthy, district administrator, Whitewater Unified School District; […]

 
 

Union Grove grad comes home to run new weight room

Union Grove grad comes home to run new weight room

Clapper hopes to take UG athletics to higher level   By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com UNION GROVE – The new weight room is ready to go for student-athletes and community members at Union Grove High School. Cody Clapper, a 2012 Bronco alum, is the new strength and conditioning coordinator, and he […]

 
 

KAY LEE SHEARD

KAY LEE SHEARD

      Kay Lee Sheard, 76, passed away March 16, 2019 at her home in The Suites Assisted Living facility in Grants Pass, Ore. Kay was born Oct. 10, 1942 to Lee and Loraine (nee Overson) Sheard in Burlington. She moved to Tucson, Ariz. in 1958 and lived there until 2010 […]

 
 
 
 

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