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Wolverines fall in state title game

Waterford players gather around the state Division 2 runner up trophy after falling to two-time defending champion Waunakee, 45-0, in Madison Friday. (Photo by Ed Nadolski)

Unable to muster much offense against a swarming Waunakee defense, the Waterford Wolverines saw their season end on a 45-0 loss to the two-time defending state champions at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison. The Wolverines’ rushing game, normally part of a two-pronged Waterford attack, had -15 yards for the contest. […]


Letter: Community steps up for reporter’s family

We would like to thank everyone from the community who showed up to support the Friends of Mark Dudzik benefit. A special thank you goes out to the staff at Southern Lakes Newspapers who spent countless hours organizing and then hosting this benefit event. Thank you to Veterans Terrace for […]


Water warriors

Water warriors

Burlington High School Key Club members (from left) Anya Gribova, Abigail Siok, Lauren Nadolski, Emily Creek join forces for the school’s first Walk for Water event Nov. 5. Participants walked three miles on the school track – representing the average distance people in Africa must walk to retrieve water. Funds […]


New crosswalks create new set of problems

City seeks solution for West State Street pedestrian safety hazard By Jennifer Eisenbart Staff writer After commissioning a traffic study last year and installing crosswalks at the intersections of West State Street and Elmwood and Maple avenues, City of Burlington officials thought they had a solution for the safety of […]


Column: What’s your miracle?

By Tracy Ouellette Staff writer With all the hustle and bustle going on this time of year, it’s easy to get caught up in the rush of the Christmas shopping, holiday events and general craziness that is part and parcel of the holiday season. It’s easy to get so focused […]


Shepherds College recommended for accreditation

Shepherds College recommended for accreditation

By Julie Rossman Correspondent After just three years in existence, Shepherds College, Union Grove, is now one step closer to being fully accredited as a post-secondary school for young adults with intellectual disabilities. The college hosted a review team from the North Central Association – Commission on Accreditation and School […]


Veterans feted and treated at breakfast buffet

Daniel Fuerstenberg, Burlington (at left), a former Air Force paramedic who served in the Vietnam War, is among the area veterans treated on Veterans Day to a tribute breakfast organized by (front, from left) Kathy Romanak, Mary and Gonzalo Perez, Al Romanak (back) and Jeff “Doc” Dentice. (Photo by Patricia Bogumil)

By Patricia Bogumil Waterford Post interim editor Some area veterans were honored on Veterans Day with more than just a mouthful of praise. Allen and Kathy Romanak, owners of Waterford Wash ’N Dry Coin Laundry, teamed up with Gonzalo and Mary Perez, owners of Marty’s Diamond Restaurant, to treat 117 area […]


Town proposes pay freeze, less patrols, worker pay-ins

By Patricia Bogumil Waterford Post interim editor Town and Village of Waterford officials hope that local taxpayers will realize they totally get it – times are tough and paying taxes is rough. And while the first thing taxpayers would like to see is a big drop in taxes (usually the […]


Wolverines ready for state title game

Wolverines ready for state title game

Waterford faces Waunakee at 1 p.m. Friday in Madison By Jennifer Eisenbart Staff writer As the clock ticked down Saturday evening in Kimberly – and it became apparent that the Waterford Union High School football team was going to make history – senior Dylan Dessart couldn’t believe it. “It’s crazy,” […]


Scotty McCreery is really just like us

Abby Schmalfeldt (center) lets her emotions flow while Morganne Longoria (right) snaps photos as American Idol winner Scotty McCreery takes the stage for a brief concert at Burlington High School Monday. The show was a reward for the school’s efforts in winning a toy drive sponsored by Milwaukee radio station FM 106.1. (Photo by Ed Nadolski)

Students make a connection when teen ‘Idol’ comes to town By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief                   After winning American Idol with the support of millions of people across the country, Scotty McCreery had to know he’d become a pop culture fixture – however fleeting it may be.                   But […]


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