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IRMGARD DUNN

IRMGARD DUNN

      Irmgard “Irma” Dunn, 90, of Milwaukee and formerly of Burlington, passed away at her daughter’s home with family by her side on March 26, 2020. Irma was born in Offenbach, Germany on Oct. 2, 1929, to Christian and Eva Natale. She spent her early life in Germany where she […]

 
 

TERRY WILLIAM BEUTHLING

TERRY WILLIAM BEUTHLING

      Terry William Beuthling, 76, passed away on March 27, 2020 due to complications of leukemia. Terry was born July 26, 1943 to Elliott “Butch” and Grace Beuthling, He was the eldest of two children. Growing up in Burlington along the Fox River provided plenty of opportunities to go on […]

 
 

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. […]

 
 

BARBARA A. SWANSON

BARBARA A. SWANSON

      Barbara A. Swanson, 84, of Burlington, passed away Tuesday, March 24, 2020 at Lakeland Health Care Center. Barbara was born in Burlington on Feb. 15, 1936, to Francis “Fritz” and Ann (nee Feser) Schiller. Her early life was spent in Lyons, where she graduated from St. Joseph’s School in […]

 
 

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 […]

 
 

ChocolateFest becomes a victim of coronavirus

ChocolateFest becomes a victim of coronavirus

Memorial Day weekend festival canceled for 2020 ChocolateFest, Burlington’s marquee festival, has been added to the mounting list of events postponed or canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. On Wednesday, ChocolateFest President Bil Scherrer announced the 34th annual festival – slated for Memorial Day weekend – had been “postponed” on […]

 
 

In this week’s Standard Press…

In this week’s Standard Press…

      The spread of the coronavirus and its impact on everyday life continue to dominate the news and that’s the case on nearly every page of this week’s edition. From government orders to stay “Safer at Home,” to how we’re coping, worshiping and helping others are all included in this […]

 
 

AMELIA M. REGULA

AMELIA M. REGULA

      Amelia “Amy” M. Regula, 91, of Burlington, passed away Sunday, March 22, 2020 at Arbor View Assisted Living. Amy was born in Burlington on July 31, 1928 to Gustave and Anna (nee Dionne) Runzler. Her early life was spent in Burlington and Chicago, where she graduated RN Nursing School […]

 
 

JOANN STEVENS

JOANN STEVENS

      JoAnn Stevens, 80, was welcomed to eternal life into God’s loving arms March 22, 2020. She was born July 23, 1939 to John and Diana Lux. JoAnn fought a brave health battle against scleroderma complications for the past 10 years. But you never heard a complaint from her as […]

 
 
 
 

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