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Beefier Broncos look to challenge deep conference slate

Beefier Broncos look to challenge deep conference slate

By Tim Wester Correspondent The difference in the Union Grove football team will be something anyone can see entering the 2019 season. Thanks to a new weight room and an enthusiastic new strength and conditioning coordinator, the Broncos are bigger, faster, and more confident. Can it translate into more wins […]

 
 

Wolverines boast blazing backfield

Wolverines boast blazing backfield

Waterford looks to continue winning ways By Chris Bennett Correspondent The Waterford Union High School football program has been the envy of many Southeastern Wisconsin schools over the last decade. Since 2011, when coach Adam Bakken took the reigns, the Wolverines have not missed the playoffs and have either captured […]

 
 

A numbers game

A numbers game

Big changes coming to Catholic Central, but coach preaches same expectations By Mike Ramczyk Correspondent A storied football program, no doubt, believe it or not, Catholic Central hasn’t reached a Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association playoff game since 2015. In fact, the Hilltoppers have won a total of four games over […]

 
 

Momentum builder

Momentum builder

High-powered Demon offense could put up points, hopes to duplicate big season By Mike Ramczyk Correspondent In Steve Tenhagen’s 12 seasons as a high school football coach, his teams have won seven or more games twice – in 2009 when he led Delavan-Darien to a Southern Lakes Conference title and […]

 
 

In this week’s Standard Press…

In this week’s Standard Press…

A decision related to a proposed gravel pit in the Town of Spring Prairie remains in limbo, as the applicant is still working on updating paperwork for final submission to the Planning and Zoning Commission, which has postponed the matter three times. Asphalt Contractors, Inc., which looks to extract minerals […]

 
 

In this week’s Standard Press…

In this week’s Standard Press…

In Mayor Jeannie Hefty’s State of the City address on Tuesday, she touted Burlington as a destination spot for visitors, who have given her positive feedback within the last few months. That was just one of the many highlights she said in the address, which also included a call for […]

 
 

Neighbor’s complaint stings local bee hobbyist

Neighbor’s complaint stings local bee hobbyist By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Debi Fuller jokes that it may be time to think about changing her first name to Debee. The local beekeeper’s fight to protect and maintain her hobby hives has caused a buzz in the Town of Dover that could swarm […]

 
 

County-run public health no longer in the running for 2015 – West-end will likely switch to Central Racine Health Department

By Patricia Bogumil Editor Public health services for eight west-end communities now served by Western Racine County Health Department won’t be offered in 2015 through a newly created Racine County Health Commission ­– a proposal that drew mixed reviews when floated a month ago. Instead, Central Racine County Health Department, […]

 
 

A killer comeback

Nolan Rueter slams home a kill in recent action. The 6-foot-5 senior helped lead Burlington to a 3-2 win over Racine Horlick Monday night. The Demons lost the first two games.

Nolan Rueter slams home a kill in recent action. The 6-foot-5 senior helped lead Burlington to a 3-2 win over Racine Horlick Monday night. The Demons lost the first two games. Pick up Thursday’s Burlington Standard Press for a full story.

 
 

City’s train horn petition denied

City of Burlington City Administrator Kevin Lahner announced late Thursday that the city’s request for a varience – allowing the city to retain quiet zone status and eliminate the need for Canadian Railroad trains to sound their horns – was denied. The press release reads: The City of Burlington’s request […]

 
 
 
 
 

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