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Town voters trim list of board candidates

Town voters trim list of board candidates

Czaplewski, Fliss advance to April 6 election for Town Board By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Voters in the Town of Burlington advanced supervisor candidates Neal Czaplewski and Brian Fliss to the April 6 Spring Election in Tuesday’s lone local primary race, according to unofficial tallies from the Racine County Clerk’s […]

 
 

Hoffman found guilty of Wind Lake murder

Hoffman found guilty of Wind Lake murder

New Berlin man changed plea to no contest at hearing this month Troy Hoffman was found guilty of killing Chad Bickler in Wind Lake in late 2019 after changing his plea to no contest in the murder charge against him. Racine County Circuit Court Judge Robert Repischak handed down the […]

 
 

In this week’s Standard Press…

In this week’s Standard Press…

It’s been nearly a year since a global coronavirus pandemic was declared and recent trends suggest the number of cases here is on a steady decline. Whether that trend is a function of the usual post-holiday winter hibernation or some other combination of factors remains to be seen. However, with […]

 
 

JAMES B. DIETZ

JAMES B. DIETZ

      James “Jim” B. Dietz, 48, passed away peacefully at Froedtert Hospital on Feb. 10, 2021. Jim was born in Burlington on July 16, 1972 to Richard and Marilyn (Moses) Dietz. He was a graduate of Burlington High School and earned a bachelor’s degree in Production Operations Management from the […]

 
 

NICHOLAUS J. BIEDRZYCKI

NICHOLAUS J. BIEDRZYCKI

      Nicholaus J. Biedrzycki, 33, of Burlington, passed away Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2021 at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center after a courageous battle with a short, unexpected illness. Nicholaus was born in Burlington on Aug. 2, 1987 to Bruce Biedrzycki and Kristine Gauger. He was a life-long resident of Burlington […]

 
 

State superintendent race is on primary ballot

State superintendent race is on primary ballot

Lone local race is for supervisor post in Town of Burlington In addition to one local race, Tuesday’s primary election includes a statewide contest for all Wisconsin voters to trim the candidates for state superintendent of public schools. The lone local primary is for a seat on the Town of […]

 
 

BETTY J. ARNOLD

BETTY J. ARNOLD

      Betty J. Arnold, 88, of Burlington, passed away Tuesday, February 9, 2021 at her home. Betty was born in Burlington on Nov. 18, 1932, to Gaile and Ruby (nee Knull) Haldeman. She graduated from Burlington High School and was a life-long resident of Burlington. On June 9, 1951 in […]

 
 

CATHERINE E. BIRKETT

CATHERINE E. BIRKETT

      Catherine E. Birkett, 95, of Rochester, passed away peacefully with family at her side on Saturday, Feb. 6, 2021 on the farm. Catherine was born in Muskego to William and Louise (nee Erbe) Peters. She grew up and worked on the family farm in Muskego. She graduated Valedictorian of […]

 
 

ROGER A. DUCOMMUN

ROGER A. DUCOMMUN

      Roger A. Ducommun, 60, of Palmyra, passed away on Sunday, Feb. 7, 2021 at Aurora St. Luke’s Hospital in Milwaukee. Roger was born on Feb. 27, 1960 in Burlington, to Willis and June (Boyan) Ducommun. He grew up in Waterford. On June 4, 1983, Roger married Pamela Rasmusson at […]

 
 

Bart leads Waterford gymnasts over Jefferson

By Chris Bennett Correspondent Skyler Bart won three of four individual events and the all-around and led the Waterford Union High School gymnastics team to a 116.550-111.500 Southern Lakes Conference victory Jan. 5 at home against Jefferson. The Wolverines compete Saturday at home in the Southern Lakes Conference Varsity Tournament. […]

 
 
 
 

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