• Clean Sweep event is Saturday
  • Youth football: To tackle or not to tackle?
  • Nimmer to leave: Chief’s departure is second major loss for city since January
  • Time for a few photos
  • Burlington softball hopes to step up in SLC
  • Clean Sweep event is Saturday

    Clean Sweep event is Saturday

    A crew from Veolia Environmental services removes paint, motor oil and other hazardous waste from a vehicle during the April 2014 Clean Sweep event. Veolia recycles or disposes of the hazardous wastes in safe manner. The City of Burlington Combined Public Works facility will host the annual Western Racine County […]

  • Youth football: To tackle or not to tackle?

    Youth football: To tackle or not to tackle?

      Two Burlington programs feature different philosophies By Mike Ramczyk Sports Editor Burlington is a city of a little more than 10,000 people. While most onlookers would categorize Burlington as small, there is enough local interest in youth football to garner two separate programs, which offer fundamentally different views of […]

  • Nimmer to leave: Chief’s departure is second major loss for city since January

    Nimmer to leave: Chief’s departure is second major loss for city since January

    By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor City of Burlington Police Chief Peter Nimmer and the Village of Shorewood both confirmed Tuesday that Nimmer is Shorewood’s next chief of police. Nimmer’s contract was unanimously approved by the Village of Shorewood board Monday evening. He will be the ninth police chief in the history […]

  • Time for a few photos

    Time for a few photos

    From left: Ashley Storck, Quinn Spieker, Tanner Strommen and Abby Sibilski get together for a group photo before grand march for the Burlington High School prom Saturday. For more on prom, please see the Thursday print edition of the Standard Press. (Photo by Jennifer Eisenbart)

  • Burlington softball hopes to step up in SLC

    Burlington softball hopes to step up in SLC

      By Mike Ramczyk Sports Editor Last year, huge strides were made. The Burlington softball team, young as it was, advanced to the program’s first-ever sectional and boasted a 13-10 overall record. The Demons picked up victories over perennial Southern Lakes Conference powers Union Grove and Wilmot. Then, in the […]

 

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