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Building a dynasty

Building a dynasty

Waterford dance squad captures second state title in three years By Chris Bennett Correspondent Deanna Schicker, head coach of the Waterford Varsity Dance team, posted a touching quote to the team’s public Facebook page prior to the squad’s performance in the Wisconsin Association of Cheer/Pom Coaches State Dance Championships Feb. […]

 
 

Super Saturday at risk of ending without leadership in place

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent For more than two decades, it has been an end-of-summer, family-friendly community event, bringing together children and their parents. But Super Saturday, which has been a mainstay in Union Grove since its founding by then-Village President Edna Lowe in 1996, might not continue this year because […]

 
 

Casey’s site plan, zoning change approved

Casey’s site plan, zoning change approved

City will now determine conditional uses for gas station/convenience store By Jason Arndt Staff Writer By unanimous decision at Tuesday’s meeting, the Burlington Common Council approved two items related to Casey’s General Store, which is planning to build a gas station and convenience store on Dodge Street. Casey’s plans to […]

 
 

PATRICIA C. (BUB) MERRILL

PATRICIA C. (BUB) MERRILL

      Patricia C. “Bub” Merrill, 80, of Salem, passed away peacefully, with her daughter by her side, at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center-Milwaukee from complications with diabetes. She was born in Kenosha on June 5, 1937, to Arthur and Sadie (nee Jarzomb) Wittchow. She spent her early life in Kenosha […]

 
 

Keeping it 1,000

Keeping it 1,000

      By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com Maybe Scott muttered, “Welcome to the Club, kid,” as he congratulated Koehnke. Koehnke joins Scott, Ryan Gehring, Wes Warren, Joe Milroy and Ben Heiligenthal as the only players in Topper history to score 1,000 career points. The last guy to do it, Heiligenthal […]

 
 

A beast of a tale

A beast of a tale

Recent sighting adds to lore of Bray Road beast By Todd Mishler Copy Editor Danny Morgan, a resident of Menomonee Falls, was driving north in the area of Townline Road in Spring Prairie at around 10 p.m. Jan. 27, returning home after visiting a friend in Lake Geneva. Morgan, 32, […]

 
 

Home cooking: Burlington avenges earlier loss to Wilmot, jumps to 2nd place

Home cooking: Burlington avenges earlier loss to Wilmot, jumps to 2nd place

Burling’s 19 boards lead dominant, physical effort   By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com Game after game, another tough opponent takes its shot against the surging Burlington girls basketball team. And game after game, the Demons keep playing their best ball of the season and winning with ease. Tuesday night against Wilmot […]

 
 

In this week’s Standard Press…

In this week’s Standard Press…

      Do you believe in werewolves? A Menomonee Falls man didn’t – until he drove through western Walworth County and saw something that looked like a big dog walking on its hind legs. Could it be the Beast of Bray Road, a creature of local lore? Whatever it was, you […]

 
 

Still untouchable: As expected, Burlington wrestling rolls to conference championship

Still untouchable: As expected, Burlington wrestling rolls to conference championship

Demons feature 8 in championship round   By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com And Troy Sparks Sports Correspondent Take one glimpse at the 220-pound conference title bout between Burlington’s Max Travis and Waterford’s Jack Trautman last Saturday, and the casual spectator saw all he or she needed to know about the SLC […]

 
 

KURT RONALD MORROW

KURT RONALD MORROW

      After his 24-year struggle following a traumatic brain injury, Kurt Ronald Morrow, 42, peacefully passed away at home on Thursday, Feb. 1, 2018, surrounded by his family. Kurt was born in Burlington on Nov. 17, 1975, to Ronald and Shirley (nee Hegemann) Morrow. He spent his entire life in […]

 
 
 
 

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