• Unexpected expenses for Maryland Ave. continue to mount
  • Moyer honored for community leadership
  • Residential property assessments in village jump average of 30%
  • WEEKLY PICKS: Adversity really stinks, but we are strong
  • St. Charles fall fest is this weekend
  • Unexpected expenses for Maryland Ave. continue to mount

    Unexpected expenses for Maryland Ave. continue to mount

    Council OKs first of cost overruns at recent meeting By Jason Arndt Staff Writer The Burlington Common Council on Tuesday officially approved an increase in expenses related to the Maryland Avenue reconstruction project. And there are more to come, the city’s public’s works director said. The project, which began shortly […]

  • Moyer honored for community leadership

    Moyer honored for community leadership

    Former Town Board member named recipient of Lamping Award Community State Bank, Union Grove, has announced that James Moyer has been named as the 2021 Frank Lamping Community Service Award recipient. The award, inspired by Union Grove native Frank Lamping, was created to acknowledge and celebrate a community member who […]

  • Residential property assessments in village jump average of 30%

    Residential property assessments in village jump average of 30%

    Values are in line with current market, assessor says   By Dave Fidlin Correspondent While there was sticker shock in some of the revised figures, the contracted assessor who recently completed the Village of Waterford’s revaluation said the process went off this year without a hitch. Dan McHugh, who heads […]

  • WEEKLY PICKS: Adversity really stinks, but we are strong

    WEEKLY PICKS: Adversity really stinks, but we are strong

      It seems like the theme of last week was adversity. With plenty of injuries across the Southern Lakes Conference in Week 5, the football season took a turn as Burlington lost starting quarterback Jack Sulik (broken collarbone), Catholic Central quarterback Max Robson went down with a concussion and Union […]

  • St. Charles fall fest is this weekend

    St. Charles fall fest is this weekend

      St. Charles Catholic Parish, Burlington, will host its 62nd annual Fall Festival on Saturday and Sunday. The event features food, music, raffles and an online auction. Saturday’s festivities include music by the local band Gravity of Youth from 7 to 10:30 p.m. under the beer tent. Food will available […]

 

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Unexpected expenses for Maryland Ave. continue to mount

Unexpected expenses for Maryland Ave. continue to mount

Council OKs first of cost overruns at recent meeting By Jason Arndt Staff Writer The Burlington Common Council on Tuesday officially approved an increase in expenses related to the Maryland Avenue reconstruction project. And there are more to come, the city’s public’s works director said. The project, which began shortly […]

 
 

Moyer honored for community leadership

Moyer honored for community leadership

Former Town Board member named recipient of Lamping Award Community State Bank, Union Grove, has announced that James Moyer has been named as the 2021 Frank Lamping Community Service Award recipient. The award, inspired by Union Grove native Frank Lamping, was created to acknowledge and celebrate a community member who […]

 
 

Residential property assessments in village jump average of 30%

Residential property assessments in village jump average of 30%

Values are in line with current market, assessor says   By Dave Fidlin Correspondent While there was sticker shock in some of the revised figures, the contracted assessor who recently completed the Village of Waterford’s revaluation said the process went off this year without a hitch. Dan McHugh, who heads […]

 
 

WEEKLY PICKS: Adversity really stinks, but we are strong

WEEKLY PICKS: Adversity really stinks, but we are strong

  It seems like the theme of last week was adversity. With plenty of injuries across the Southern Lakes Conference in Week 5, the football season took a turn as Burlington lost starting quarterback Jack Sulik (broken collarbone), Catholic Central quarterback Max Robson went down with a concussion and Union […]

 
 

St. Charles fall fest is this weekend

St. Charles fall fest is this weekend

  St. Charles Catholic Parish, Burlington, will host its 62nd annual Fall Festival on Saturday and Sunday. The event features food, music, raffles and an online auction. Saturday’s festivities include music by the local band Gravity of Youth from 7 to 10:30 p.m. under the beer tent. Food will available […]

 
 

A fine Day in the Country

A fine Day in the Country

Two year old Paisley Wrycza, of Tichigan, finds a furry friend in the petting zoo at Rochester’s Day in the Country celebration Sept. 18. The annual fall festival celebrated its 25th year with live music, food and activities for kids. Booths were set up throughout downtown area with vendors selling […]

 
 

COVID-19 cases rising in school district

Total cases more than tripled in eight days By Jason Arndt Staff Writer The Burlington Area School District on Sept. 13 registered 12 cumulative COVID-19 cases, including eight with an active infection, according to its dashboard. However, eight days later, the district dashboard recorded 266% increase in confirmed cases among […]

 
 

In this week’s Standard Press…

In this week’s Standard Press…

      For a road less than a mile long, Maryland Avenue has placed a relatively heavy burden on the City of Burlington and its taxpayers. The $1.85 million road and utility reconstruction project has experienced a number of unanticipated cost overruns mainly the result of waste that was unearthed from […]

 
 

TROY W. LOOS

TROY W. LOOS

      Troy Loos, 45, of Burlington, left us unexpectedly and way too soon on Wednesday, Sept. 15, 2021, due to complications from COVID. Troy was born Dec. 5, 1975, to Larry and Leona (nee Chapman) Loos in Quincy, Ill. His early life on the rural family farm involved 4-H and […]

 
 

LLOYD D. BAUMGART

LLOYD D. BAUMGART

      Lloyd D. Baumgart, 93, of Union Grove, passed away peacefully at Oak Park Place on Sept. 15, 2021. He was born on Aug. 6, 1928, to Alfred and Florence (nee Schwedler) in Lake Geneva. He attended the Racine County Agricultural School. Lloyd proudly served in the United States Army […]

 
 
 
 

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