Author Archive: Ed Nadolski

First COVID-19 death reported in Racine County

First COVID-19 death reported in Racine County

  Racine County on Friday logged its first death related to the coronavirus. The Central Racine County Health Department announced Friday afternoon that a man in his 70s died as a result of complications of COVID-19, the disease caused by coronavirus. “We are so saddened by this death and our […]

 
 

Former trustee challenges longtime Union Grove board member

Former trustee challenges longtime Union Grove board member

      Former Union Grove Village Board Trustee Adam Graf is challenging 14-year incumbent Timothy Mallach for his seat in the April 7 election. As of Friday morning, the April 7 election was still scheduled to proceed despite challenges posed by the spread of coronavirus. For the past three weeks election […]

 
 

Big issues await Waterford Town Board candidates

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Winners of two seats will oversee incorporation effort, relations with village Four candidates are seeking two seats on the Town of Waterford Board of Supervisors – a panel that is in the midst of seeking incorporation for the township while remaining embroiled in lingering disputes with the Village of Waterford […]

 
 

Judge extends deadline for absentee ballots

Judge extends deadline for absentee ballots

Those with ballots have until April 13 to return them A federal judge on Thursday issued an order giving voters an additional six days to submit absentee ballots but did not postpone the Tuesday, April 7, election. According to the Associated Press, U.S. District Court Judge William Conley’s order effectively […]

 
 

Man charged for threatening to ‘shoot up’ workplace

Man charged for threatening to ‘shoot up’ workplace

A Burlington man who threatened to “shoot up” his workplace if he caught the coronavirus has been charged with multiple felonies including making terrorist threats and possession of an improvised explosive device. Jakob J. Stolp, 37, was charged Thursday with the above offenses in addition to possession of marijuana (second […]

 
 

City to offer drive-through voting on Tuesday

City to offer drive-through voting on Tuesday

In an effort to improve safety for voters and poll workers in response to the coronavirus, the City of Burlington on Tuesday will offer drive-through voting at the Public Works Department on South Pine Street.       The drive-through operation will be the only option for voters from all of the […]

 
 

In this week’s Standard Press…

In this week’s Standard Press…

      We know there won’t be a ChocolateFest this year – it has been canceled by the coronavirus scourge. But what we don’t know is whether there’ll ever be another ChocolateFest at all. That’s not to say the Burlington area will be left without a marquee Memorial Day weekend festival. […]

 
 

Village offers drive-up absentee voting

Village offers drive-up absentee voting

Service offered to help avoid crowds on Election Day By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief With the April 7 election fast approaching and no indication from state officials the election will be postponed, local officials and their counterparts throughout the state continue to push residents to vote by absentee ballot. […]

 
 

Some of my favorite sports movies to save you

Some of my favorite sports movies to save you

As a self-described renegade and somewhat of a contrarian in the newspaper sports game, 12 years of being a sports editor certainly taught me to march to the beat of my own drum. I tend to get certain things set in my mind, and I have trouble taking advice. But […]

 
 

How to turn a loss into a win

How to turn a loss into a win

ChocolateFest leader urges people to donate directly to groups that will be hurt by the loss of 2020 event The president of the volunteer ChocolateFest board is urging area residents to make donations directly to the organizations that will be hit hardest by the loss of the festival due to […]

 
 
 
 
 

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