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Animal control policy tied to budget costs

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Union Grove could have an animal control enforcement policy on its books, but officials say implementation of that policy is still off into the future as logistical issues – including staff responsibilities and costs – are reviewed. Members of the Village Board’s Administration/Finance Committee discussed the […]


Gag order chokes off supply of information

‘Forever’ guarantee can’t get past WSD meeting rules By Patricia Bogumil Staff Writer A former President of the Town of Waterford Sanitary District (WSD) found a gag order too hard to swallow at the commission’s March 7 monthly meeting. As a result, former commissioner Dan Dickinson and his wife, Jan, […]


No fish tale: Long John Silvers soon to be long gone

By Jennifer Eisenbart Staff writer If you need to have a fried fish fast food fix, you won’t be able to satisfy it in Burlington for much longer. The Long John Silvers portion of the LJS/Taco Bell restaurant located at 2056 Milwaukee Avenue will be taken out, leaving just the […]



George S. Street, 87, Lake Geneva, died March 18, 2012, at Aurora Burlington Memorial Hospital. He was born May15, 1924, to the late George and Mabel (Momeny) Street in Albee, S.D. His early life was spent in Mankato, Minn., where he graduated from high school. After high school he served […]



Roger A. Merten, 82, Burlington, died March 17, 2012, at his home. He was born April 2, 1929, to the late Edgar J. and Elizabeth (Luke) Merten on the family farm in Burlington. He was a lifelong resident of Burlington and attended St. Mary’s Grade School and graduated from St. […]



Jacob D. Brehm, 22, New Berlin, died March 16, 2012, at his home. He was born April 26, 1989, to David and Tina (Skinner) Brehm in Burlington. He spent his early life in Burlington attending Burlington High School. He enjoyed listening to music, cooking, the outdoors, riding his bike, hunting […]



Patricia Desch, 81, Burlington, died March 16, 2012, at Zilber Hospice House in Milwaukee. She was born on June 13, 1930, to the late Richard and Ida (Zick) Voigt. She spent her early life in East Troy and was a graduate of East Troy High School. On March 31, 1973, […]


A bitter pill to swallow

Village officials discuss lack of local WRCHD clinic By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Union Grove officials met with staff members from the Western Racine County Health Department last week to discuss concerns about its program offerings and costs. The village’s future relationship with WRCHD is currently in question. Cheryl Mazmanian, director […]


Crash on a country road brings charges

Waterford driver charged with sixth drunken driving offense   By Patricia Bogumil Interim editor The March 2 snowfall lead to the arrest of a 40-year-old Waterford man, after police reported finding just one set of footsteps in the snow leading from his vehicle, which crashed in Caledonia in the early […]


City considers dilemma with development

Installation of amenities lags at the Glen at Stonegate By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief In the current housing market with lot sales lagging, just when is it best for a municipality to require a developer to install final enhancements to a subdivision? That is the questions members of the […]


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