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GLADYS REGULA CRAMER

Gladys Regula Cramer, 87, Burlington died Oct. 22, 2011, at her home surrounded by her loving family. She was born Oct. 15, 1924, to the late Peter and Sophia (Mikula) Hefty in Burlington. She grew up and attended schools in Burlington. On July 13, 1946 she married Joseph James Cramer […]

 
 

LORRAINE M. BRUSS

  Lorraine M. (Hegg) Bruss, 96, Burlington, died Oct. 22, 2011, at Arbor View Communities. She was born March 18, 1915, in Faribault, Minn., and was a graduate of Bay View High School. On June 26, 1937, in Milwaukee, she married Harvey H. Bruss. Following marriage they made their home […]

 
 

Muskego woman accused of child sexual assault, exploitation

By Tracy Ouellette Staff writer A 37-year-old Muskego woman is accused of sexual assault and exploitation of a child after allegedly sending explicit pictures and video of her sexually assaulting a 4-year-old child to an individual via email. Annmarie C. Schulte is charged in Waukesha County Court with two counts […]

 
 

School district officials defend BHS schedule switch

Proposal is driven by desire to improve achievement, the say By Jennifer Eisenbart Staff writer Answering criticism from a local couple, Burlington Area School District officials have reaffirmed their support to switch to a seven-period day next year at Burlington High School. “Yes, absolutely,” said BASD Superintendent David Moyer. “There’s […]

 
 

Man charged after drunken girl, 13, is left at roadside

A 19-year-old Burlington man is facing reckless endangerment charges for allegedly leaving a drunken and unconscious 13-year-old girl by the side of the road after apparently attempting to take the girl and her friend from a drinking party to their homes. Brandon J. Collins was charged Monday in Racine County […]

 
 

Live from the Standard Press – it’s the postseason! (updated!)

In prep volleyball regional finals Saturday night, Burlington High School and Catholic Central High School both earned sweeps – over Fort Atkinson and Monticello, respectively. Union Grove defeated Oak Creek 3 sets to one, while the Waterford vs. Kenosha Tremper was still unavailable at 11 p.m. Meanwhile in football, Waterford […]

 
 

Sale of DPW site ends bitter saga

Deal reached to sell site for use as new auto parts store By Jennifer Eisenbart Staff writer The City of Burlington Common Council put a triumphant twist on the winding saga of its former Department of Public Works facility Tuesday by agreeing to sell the building and a one-acre parcel […]

 
 

Annual ’Topper dinner set for Nov. 5

Catholic Central High School’s biggest annual fundraising event, the ’Topper Dinner and Auction, will be held at Veterans Terrace in Burlington on Nov. 5. The evening begins with hors d’oeuvres and two silent auctions at 5:30 p.m., and continues with a gourmet dinner at 7 p.m., an oral auction, a […]

 
 

MARIANNE E. JANTE

  Marianne E. Jante (Wolf) died Oct. 20, 2011, at River Way Place in West Bend. She was born in Burlington, on Oct. 21, 1922, to the late Theodor and Hedwig (Cropp) Wolf. She married Donald Jante on June 24, 1942, in Rochester, They spent 52 wonderful years together before […]

 
 

Library renovations aim for better comfort and efficiencies

Library renovations aim for better comfort and efficiencies

By Julie Rossman Correspondent Graham Public Library patrons, and even plenty of passers-by, have noticed the renovation work that’s been in progress for several weeks now. The most noticeable project involves new windows, while other improvements include a new furnace, new lighting and roof insulation. No new tax dollars are […]

 
 
 
 

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