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JAMES T. LUHN

James Thomas Luhn, 77, died Oct. 29, 2011. He was born Nov. 16, 1933, in Burlington, to the late John Benedict and Mary (Juranek) Luhn. He married Elaine Lois on Aug. 31, 1957, in St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Burlington. They have one child, Kim Marie Luhn, born July 14, 1959. […]

 
 

JAMES T. LUHN

James Thomas Luhn, 77, died Oct. 29, 2011. He was born Nov. 16, 1933, in Burlington, to the late John Benedict and Mary (Juranek) Luhn. He married Elaine Lois on Aug. 31, 1957, in St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Burlington. They have one child, Kim Marie Luhn, born July 14, 1959. […]

 
 

BHS players headline All-State selections

By Jennifer Eisenbart Sports editor   After winning its first-ever WIAA state title Saturday evening, the Burlington High School girls’ volleyball team fared well in the Wisconsin Volleyball Coaches Association All-State team. Junior Kaysie Shebeneck was named to the first team, while junior Ciara Capezio was named to the second […]

 
 

EARL J. SNYDER

Earl Jeffrey ‘Jeff’ Snyder, 86, of Gardnerville, Nev., died Oct. 29, 2011, at home surrounded by his family. He had been in declining health for several years. However, until the few weeks before his death, his courageous spirit and sense of humor shone more brightly than his symptoms. He was […]

 
 

High school play opens Thursday

UGHS to present ‘A Bad Year for Tomatoes’ UGHS’s theatre department is currently working on its newest production, ‘A Bad Year for Tomatoes’ written by John Patrick and produced with permission by Dramatists Theatre Inc. The play follows the famous Hollywood actress, Myra Marlowe, who heads out into the country […]

 
 

This running event isn’t for turkeys

Thanksgiving Day trot will benefit Love Inc. By Ed Nadolski Editor in chief For many, the only exercise we get on Thanksgiving is moving from the couch to the dinner table and then back again. Chris Ponteri would like to see people establish a much healthier tradition that is in […]

 
 

A passion for history

Graham Public Library volunteer Betty Backus pages through the history files at the library – a volunteer project she has been working on for about 15 years. Backus recently received the Wisconsin Library Association’s 2011 Citation of Merit Award for her volunteer work.  (Photo by Julie Rossman)

Betty Backus recognized for library volunteer work By Julie Rossman Correspondent Betty Backus has been connected to Union Grove’s Graham Public Library for a long time. First, as a part-time employee for more than 20 years, then as a volunteer for the past 19 years. After receiving a large stack […]

 
 

Honor Our Veterans ceremony is Wednesday

The first celebration to Honor our Veterans is Wednesday, Nov. 9, from 9 to 11 a.m., (doors open at 8:30 a.m.) at The Cotton Exchange, lower banquet room 345 Hickory Hollow Drive, Waterford. Archie Monuments in Waterford is sponsoring this event to Honor Our Veterans, the goal is to honor […]

 
 

Championship Saturday: BHS wins state title

Members of the Burlington High School girls' volleyball team celebrate after winning the WIAA Division 1 state title Saturday night. (Photo by Jennifer Eisenbart)

Either way it went Saturday night, there was going to be a first-time champion in the WIAA Division 1 state girls’ volleyball tournament. As it turned out, it swung Burlington’s way. The Demons survived a scrappy challenge by Fond du Lac in the first two games, and then blew the […]

 
 

Championship Saturday from the Resch Center – CCHS wins state title

Championship Saturday from the Resch Center – CCHS wins state title

Battling against an unconventional Owen-Withee court set-up, the Catholic Central High School girls’ volleyball team won its fourth state title in six years Saturday morning in straight sets against the Blackhawks, 25-19, 25-21, 25-23. For the Catholic Central senior class, it was their second gold ball, as they were part […]

 
 
 
 

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