Author Archive: Ed Nadolski

Legion to host pancake breakfast on Sunday

Legion to host pancake breakfast on Sunday

  Waterford’s Essman Schroeder American Legion Post 20 will host a pancake breakfast on Sunday, Oct. 17. Tickets are $7 each. The meal will be served at River City Lanes, 730 Cornerstone Crossing, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. In addition to the meal, the event will feature a meet […]

 
 

Man charged in hit and run case

Man charged in hit and run case

He told deputy he ‘freaked out’ after hitting something A preliminary hearing is set for Oct. 20 for a Union Grove man accused of hitting and severely injuring a pedestrian with his car and leaving the scene on Oct. 8. Joshua Hanson, 34, was charged Monday in Racine County Circuit […]

 
 

Burlington, Waterford clinch playoff spots, put pride on the line

Burlington, Waterford clinch playoff spots, put pride on the line

  It always means something more. The Burlington-Waterford football rivalry is a big one, and there isn’t much love lost between the two teams and schools. It’s what makes high school sports great. Two teams separated by about eight miles, the kids probably know each other pretty well and both […]

 
 

Church steps up to fill city’s need

Church steps up to fill city’s need

Volunteers handle upgrades to meeting chamber By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Volunteers from LifeBridge Church spent their Sunday helping the City of Burlington with audio and visual upgrades to the Common Council chambers. The upgrades, according to Burlington Mayor Jeannie Hefty, aim to improve experiences for both in-person and virtual […]

 
 

In this week’s Standard Press…

In this week’s Standard Press…

      A new school demonstrates a community’s commitment to education and its next generation of leaders. The new Karcher Middle School was touted as the Burlington area’s symbol of that commitment on Tuesday when officials formally dedicated the state-of-the-art facility. The dedication and public open house at Karcher is among […]

 
 

Spooky City to return Oct. 30

Spooky City to return Oct. 30

Event was canceled in 2020 Standard Press Staff Spooky City will return to downtown Burlington Oct. 30 after a one-year hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Burlington Common Council on Tuesday approved a permit for the event, which typically features a costume parade, trick-or-treating at downtown businesses, hay rides […]

 
 

Man arrested in fatal hit and run

Man arrested in fatal hit and run

He allegedly left the scene after striking a 70-year-old man Police have arrested an area man in connection with a hit and run in Elkhorn Sunday night that killed a 70-year-old man. Bradley R. Kirkpatrick, 33, of Elkhorn, was arrested and booked into the Walworth County Jail Wednesday for the […]

 
 

Public to get a peek inside new school

Public to get a peek inside new school

Dedication and open house is slated for Tuesday   Standard Press Staff The general public will get its first chance to see inside Burlington’s new middle school during a dedication and open house on Tuesday, Oct. 12. The event will begin with a brief dedication ceremony at 4 p.m. followed […]

 
 

In this week’s Standard Press…

In this week’s Standard Press…

      Karcher Middle School, the shiny new lynchpin in the Burlington Area School District’s $43.7 million referendum, is ready for its close-up. The school will be open to the public Tuesday from 4 to 6 p.m. following a brief dedication ceremony. District residents and members of the public are invited […]

 
 

Residents to get a vote on ATVs

Residents to get a vote on ATVs

Union Grove to hold referendum on recreational vehicles using local streets By Dave Fidlin Correspondent After holding a wide-ranging discussion about the potential pros and cons of allowing ATVs, UTVs and golf carts certain village streets, Union Grove officials have opted to take the issue directly to the voters. The […]

 
 
 
 
 

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