Author Archive: Ed Nadolski

In this week’s Standard Press…

In this week’s Standard Press…

      Through the years, Love Inc., the independent social service agency based in Burlington, has made it a priority to ensure that its clients have a traditional Thanksgiving meal. Whether it is providing all the fixings for making the meal at home, or working with St. John the Divine Episcopal […]

 
 

BASD advances anti-racism policy

BASD advances anti-racism policy

But coalition says it will continue to protest until a mutually agreeable policy is proposed By Jason Arndt Staff Writer The Burlington Area School District, which has been scarred by racial-charged incidents in recent months, advanced a proposed anti-racism policy Nov. 16 with possible final adoption tentatively scheduled for a […]

 
 

Your chance to ‘Lend a Hand’

Your chance to ‘Lend a Hand’

Drive will provide newspapers for nursing home residents While most people have grown tired of restrictions on everyday life caused by the coronavirus, residents in extended care and nursing facilities are bearing the brunt of the pandemic. Considered high-risk for COVID-19 and separated from loved ones and other visitors, those […]

 
 

Relay team sets school record at state

Relay team sets school record at state

Swimmers cap season with strong effort in Division 1 meet By Chris Bennett Correspondent The Burlington Co-op girls high school swim team set a team record in a relay and finished 14th Nov. 14 in the WIAA Division 1 state swim meet at Waukesha South High School. Burlington Co-op is […]

 
 

Burlington to close city buildings to public

Local leaders have not issued orders to replace those struck down by the Wisconsin Supreme Court Tuesday concerning the spread of the coronavirus, pictured above.

Move is in response to surge in coronavirus cases Reacting to the surge of COVID-19 cases in the area, the City of Burlington will close its buildings to the public beginning Monday, Nov. 23. The order includes City Hall, the public works facility, wastewater treatment plant and the fire station, […]

 
 

Village tax to remain stable

Village tax to remain stable

Budget forecasts slight increase in property tax rate By Dave Fidlin Correspondent After months of behind-the-scenes planning, the wraps have been taken off the Village of Waterford’s proposed 2021 budget, which includes a 0.09 percent decrease in the property tax levy and a 0.8 percent increase in the mill rate. […]

 
 

Man arrested after rolling his car

Man arrested after rolling his car

A Union Grove man was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving after a rollover crash in the 1300 block of Vine Street just past midnight on Nov. 9. Anthony G. Skokut, 28, was arrested for first-time drunken driving and received multiple traffic citations before being transported to the Racine County […]

 
 

A welcome addition

A welcome addition

Officials with the Waterford Graded School District on Nov. 9 officially dedicated the recently completed addition and upgrades to Fox River Middle School with a ribbon cutting ceremony. The 60,000-square-foot addition includes kitchen, commons (pictured), gymnasium, eighth grade wing, and art and music suite. The renovation of the existing building […]

 
 

Donation dumping overwhelms store

Donation dumping overwhelms store

Salvation Army asks people to donate only during business hours By Jason Arndt Staff Writer The Burlington Salvation Army store, 248 S. Pine Street, has experienced an overwhelming volume of donations that caused concern for city officials in recent weeks. Gregory Guidry, City Building Inspector, said the concerns stem from […]

 
 

In this week’s Standard Press…

In this week’s Standard Press…

      While their intentions were probably good, the actions of some who dumped donations outside the Salvation Army thrift store in Burlington created a mess on multiple levels. The massive pile of furniture, clothing and household items created an eyesore on the south side of the store. It also placed […]

 
 
 
 
 

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