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New Haylofters show mines love, laughter

Julie Patten and Tom Deischel play two middle-aged daters fantasizing about what they could be like if they were brave on a date in the Haylofters’ production of “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change.” The production opens Oct. 6. For showtimes, visit www.thehaylofters.com. (Photo by Jennifer Eisenbart).

The humors and sorrows – not to mention the complications – of love, relationships and marriage are tackled with biting (and hilarious) accuracy in Joe DiPietro’s “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change” – the fall production by The Haylofters of Burlington. The show will run Oct. 6-8, Oct. 14-16 […]

 
 

PHILIP ISFERDING

Philip “Bee” Isferding, 77, of Burlington, died Oct. 3, 2011, at St. Luke’s Medical Center in Milwaukee, following a four-year battle with lung cancer. He was born Dec. 19, 1933, in Racine County, to the late Edward R. and Dorothy M. (Carpenter) Isferding. Bee spent his early life and received […]

 
 

LAURA A. BRONENKANT

Laura A. Bronenkant (nee Kuehn), 88, a longtime resident of Tichigan Lake, died in Williamsburg, Va., on Oct. 3, 2011, after a brief illness. She was born on Nov. 27, 1923, in Milwaukee. She came from a large German family, on her father’s side, that settled in Door County in […]

 
 

KAY C. HARDER

Kay “Sissy” Charlene Harder, 63, formerly of Burlington, died at her residence in Minneapolis on Sept. 30, 2011. She was born Sept. 2, 1948, in St. Paul, Minn., to the late Roy and Jean Fladwood. She grew up in Alexandria, Minn., where she graduated from Jefferson High School and later […]

 
 

Offense rules the night as Demons fall to Wilmot

Chad Redmer runs the ball for the Burlington Demons in Friday's 52-37 loss to Wilmot. Photo by Ed Nadolski

A spirited third-quarter comeback wasn’t enough to carry the Burlington Demons Friday in a homecoming game loss to visiting Wilmot. The visiting Panthers withstood a Burlington rally that cut the lead to two points late in the third quarter, but that was as close as the Demons would get as […]

 
 

EARL E. JOHNSON

Earl E. Johnson, 98, of Spring Prairie, died his residence Sept. 29, 2011. He was born May 14, 1913, in Bartlett, Ill., to the late John and Mary (Dufer) Johnson. He spent his early life in West Chicago and Bartlett, and was a graduate of Wayne Center Seven High in […]

 
 

A patriot honored

A patriot honored

            Jeremy Morris, of Virginia, performs a solemn salute at the gravesite of his relative and Revolutionary War patriot, Andrew Lytle, Jr., during the final Wisconsin Historical Marker Program held at United Presbyterian Cemetery in Dover on Sept. 17.   Lytle, born in 1762, came to Wisconsin with his son […]

 
 

Fischer leads Wolverines in return

Waterford’s Jake Wirsching (53) and J.J. Ahlers (5) come in pursuit of Westosha quarterback Tyler Stoxen during last week’s 49-14 rout of the Falcons.

By Jennifer Eisenbart Sports Editor Welcome back, Zach Fischer. In his first game since Sept. 2 because of a torn knee ligament, Fischer returned in style Friday, throwing three touchdown passes as Waterford routed Westosha Central 49-14. The Wolverines improved to 3-1 in the SLC – with their only loss […]

 
 

Demon netters take second

Demon netters take second

By David Paulsen Sports Correspondent When the season began, they had hoped to simply finish somewhere in the middle of the pack in the Southern Lakes Conference. The Burlington High School girls’ tennis team managed to be better than that. After finishing the dual portion of the season with a […]

 
 

Demons come up short at Delavan-Darien

By Jennifer Eisenbart Sports Editor Coming back from an early 13-point deficit wasn’t exactly the issue for the Burlington High School football team Friday night at Delavan-Darien High School. The issue was putting enough points on the board in comparison with the offense moving the ball. Burlington pulled within 20-14 […]

 
 
 
 

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