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GILBERT K. LAMP

GILBERT K. LAMP

      Gilbert K. Lamp, 90, of Waterford, passed away Aug. 29, 2020, at his home surrounded by family. Gilbert was born March 17, 1930 to Theodore G. and Anna (nee Biscobing) Lamp. After school, he enlisted in the United States Marines. He proudly served his country and later became a […]

 
 

CURTIS J. POEPPING

CURTIS J. POEPPING

      Curtis J. Poepping, 21, of Waterford, passed away Saturday, Aug. 29, 2020 at his home. Curtis was born in Elkhorn on July 28, 1999 to Robert and Janet (nee Echon) Poepping. His early life was spent in the Burlington and Waterford area. He graduated from Waterford High School. He […]

 
 

MANUELA AGUILAR

MANUELA AGUILAR

      Manuela Aguilar, 97, of Burlington, passed away Saturday, Aug. 29, 2020 at her home. Manuela was born in Carrizo Springs, Texas on Oct. 10, 1922, to Angel and Casameda (nee Bustamante) Gonzales. Her early life was spent in Carrizo Springs where she attended area schools. In Crystal City, Texas, […]

 
 

KELLY JO ELLERTSON

KELLY JO ELLERTSON

      Kelly Jo Ellertson, 48, of Burlington, passed away at home on Aug. 26, 2020 after a long battle with cancer. Kelly was born on Nov. 9, 1971 to Robert A. Stout and Dorie L. (nee Merry) Shoemaker. She attended school in the Elkhorn and Delavan-Darien districts. Kelly was known […]

 
 

JULIUS C. BOERSCHINGER

JULIUS C. BOERSCHINGER

      Julius C. “Bush” Boerschinger, 83, passed away on Aug. 11, 2020 at Memorial Hospital of Burlington after a valiant fight against Mesothelioma Lung Cancer. Bush was born on Aug. 9, 1937, in Green Bay, to Ella and Julius “Jule” Boerschinger. He spent his childhood in Coleman and graduated from […]

 
 

School District reports two COVID-19 cases among staff

School District reports two COVID-19 cases among staff

Officials say positive cases were likely despite precautions A situation district officials said was inevitable has come to pass as two staff members in the Burlington Area School District have tested positive for COVID-19, officials confirmed Friday. Those two cases – one each at Burlington High School and Karcher Middle […]

 
 

Still hoping for a Super Saturday

Still hoping for a Super Saturday

Organizers take steps to encourage safety at this weekend’s annual event Acknowledging the concerns of hosting an event during the coronavirus pandemic, organizers of Union Grove’s Super Saturday said they are putting precautions in place to protect visitors while at the same time preserving an annual village tradition. The 2020 […]

 
 

Not during a pandemic

Village turns down Kiwanis’ temporary alcohol license due to COVID-19 concerns By Dave Fidlin Correspondent A venerable organization’s request to serve alcohol at an upcoming event was voted down by Union Grove decision-makers to maintain a hands-off approach to mass gatherings amid COVID-19. The Village Board on Aug. 17 was […]

 
 

High school goes with hybrid model

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Format will put half of students in classrooms each day By Dave Fidlin Correspondent In a deliberately last-minute decision, Waterford Union High School officials this week solidified a hybrid plan for fall instruction that will be revisited in mid-September. The School Board voted unanimously in favor of an instructional model […]

 
 

Alleged drunken driver crashed through gate at nudist camp

Alleged drunken driver crashed through gate at nudist camp

A Burlington man is charged with his third drunken driving offense after allegedly careening through a residential yard and later crashing through a gate and into the woods at a clothing-optional campground in the Town of Burlington on Monday. Bryant Doll, 33, is charged in Racine County Circuit Court with […]

 
 
 
 

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