• Opening weekend deer harvest down locally; statewide
  • In this week’s Standard Press…
  • Sophia’s Promise
  • Thank you, vets!
  • Roundabout eyed at dangerous intersection
  • Opening weekend deer harvest down locally; statewide

    Opening weekend deer harvest down locally; statewide

    Opening weekend total declines nearly 20% By SLN staff Deer harvest numbers were down across the Southern Lakes Area and throughout the state during the opening weekend of the traditional nine-day gun deer hunting season. Registration numbers released by the Department of Natural Resources Tuesday show hunters in Kenosha, Racine […]

  • In this week’s Standard Press…

    In this week’s Standard Press…

          As the old saying goes, the devil is in the details. Such is the case with the future of the Echo Lake Dam and Echo Lake itself. Removing the dam or upgrading it to state satisfaction is projected at less than half the cost of what is needed to […]

  • Sophia’s Promise

    Sophia’s Promise

    Local family aids others affected by juvenile diabetes By Elena Leshok Contributor Sophia Veit is a junior at Waterford Union High School with big dreams. It started as a wish to help others with similar struggles, and today it is a national organization that helps hundreds of children annually. Sophia’s […]

  • Thank you, vets!

    Thank you, vets!

          Marty’s Restaurant hosted its 17th annual breakfast for veterans and first responders and their families on Thursday, Nov. 11. Marty’s owners Gonzalo, his wife Mary, and the staff cooked enough scrambled eggs, French toast, biscuits and gravy, ham, sausage, bacon, hash browns, toast, and fresh fruit to serve more […]

  • Roundabout eyed at dangerous intersection

    Roundabout eyed at dangerous intersection

    Crossing at highways 11 and J has seen numerous crashes By Jason Arndt Staff Writer The state Department of Transportation plans to construct a roundabout at a dangerous intersection nestled between the towns of Dover and Burlington on Highway 11, according to local officials. Brian Graziano, Burlington Town Administrator, told […]

 

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RICHARD S. BERGMAN

RICHARD S. BERGMAN

      Richard S. Bergman, 88, of Burlington, passed away Saturday, Nov. 20, 2021 in River Falls. Richard was born in Chicago, on May 17, 1933, to Stanley and Rose (nee Erkelens) Bergman. His early life was spent in Chicago. After high school, he served in the Air Force in security […]

 
 

Opening weekend deer harvest down locally; statewide

Opening weekend deer harvest down locally; statewide

Opening weekend total declines nearly 20% By SLN staff Deer harvest numbers were down across the Southern Lakes Area and throughout the state during the opening weekend of the traditional nine-day gun deer hunting season. Registration numbers released by the Department of Natural Resources Tuesday show hunters in Kenosha, Racine […]

 
 

In this week’s Standard Press…

In this week’s Standard Press…

      As the old saying goes, the devil is in the details. Such is the case with the future of the Echo Lake Dam and Echo Lake itself. Removing the dam or upgrading it to state satisfaction is projected at less than half the cost of what is needed to […]

 
 

RITA G. DEXTER

RITA G. DEXTER

      Rita G. Dexter, 76, of Burlington, passed away Friday, Nov. 19, 2021, at Aurora Medical Center in Burlington. Rita was born in Chippewa County on March 17, 1945, to James and Helen (nee Hoehn) Joyce. She graduated from St. Mary’s High School in Burlington. On Nov. 28, 1964, in […]

 
 

GARY B. KETTERHAGEN

GARY B. KETTERHAGEN

      Gary B. Ketterhagen, 66, of Burlington, passed away Saturday, Nov. 20, 2021, after a valiant fight with covid. He passed in time to be with his son Ben, in Heaven, for opening day of deer season. Gary was born on Sept. 28, 1955, to Roman and Verena (nee Freund) […]

 
 

OTTO WILLIAM CHARLES FRANK

OTTO WILLIAM CHARLES FRANK

      Otto William Charles Frank, 81, of Burlington, passed away Saturday, Nov. 20, 2021, at Aurora Medical Center Burlington. Otto was born Sept. 27, 1940, to Ernest and Elizabeth (nee Vohs) Frank in Burlington. He was a lifetime resident of Burlington. He attended St. John’s Lutheran Grade School and graduated […]

 
 

NORBERT VERNON LANDREMAN

NORBERT VERNON LANDREMAN

      Norbert Vernon “Norb” Landreman, 91, passed away peacefully on Saturday, Nov. 13, 2021. He was born in DePere on April 20, 1930, to Norbert H and Emma (nee Mayer) Landreman. Norbert was united in marriage to Beverly Ruth Schaut on June 2, 1951, at Holy Redeemer Church in Milwaukee, […]

 
 

KATHLEEN IVERSON

KATHLEEN IVERSON

      Kathleen “Dawn” Iverson, 69, of Waterford, passed away Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2021 at Aurora St. Luke’s Hospital in Milwaukee. Dawn was born in Milwaukee on April 22, 1952. She was the daughter of Clifford and Shirley Wallace. Her early life was spent in Greenfield, where she graduated from Greenfield […]

 
 

Sophia’s Promise

Sophia’s Promise

Local family aids others affected by juvenile diabetes By Elena Leshok Contributor Sophia Veit is a junior at Waterford Union High School with big dreams. It started as a wish to help others with similar struggles, and today it is a national organization that helps hundreds of children annually. Sophia’s […]

 
 

Thank you, vets!

Thank you, vets!

      Marty’s Restaurant hosted its 17th annual breakfast for veterans and first responders and their families on Thursday, Nov. 11. Marty’s owners Gonzalo, his wife Mary, and the staff cooked enough scrambled eggs, French toast, biscuits and gravy, ham, sausage, bacon, hash browns, toast, and fresh fruit to serve more […]

 
 
 
 

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