Author Archive: Ed Nadolski

In this week’s Standard Press…

In this week’s Standard Press…

      City of Burlington officials continue to explore creating a Tax Incremental Financing District that would accommodate a massive residential development on the city’s south side. The proposed development – to be located along Pine Street (Highway 83) near the Burlington Manufacturing and Office Park – includes approximately 300 housing […]

 
 

Car wash gets green light

Car wash gets green light

By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Tidal Wave Auto Spa, a Georgia-based company, plans to set up in the City of Burlington with a new full-service car wash facility. The building will be on Milwaukee Avenue between Landmark Credit Union and Performance Tire and Auto Service. The Plan Commission, which approved […]

 
 

Burlington bounces Wilmot in SLC tilt

Burlington bounces Wilmot in SLC tilt

By Jason Arndt Staff Writer The Burlington High School volleyball team cruised to three-set sweep of visiting Wilmot in a Tuesday Southern Lakes Conference match. The Demons, who defeated the Panthers, 25-9, 25-10, 25-6, improved to 17-3 overall and remained unbeaten in league play at 3-0. Teri Little, Burlington co-coach, […]

 
 

Waterford run game overpowers Grove

Waterford run game overpowers Grove

By Tim Wester Correspondent After winning the Southern Lakes Conference title last season, the Union Grove football team looked for another stellar campaign in 2022. The Broncos, however, opened the 2022 season with three straight losses and looked to snap the harsh trend on Friday, Sept. 9 at Waterford. But […]

 
 

In this week’s Standard Press…

In this week’s Standard Press…

      City of Burlington officials have finalized details, including a series of four informational meetings related to the Nov. 8 Echo Lake Dam advisory referendum. The goal, according to city officials, is to provide the information that will encourage voters to make informed decisions. The informational meetings are among the […]

 
 

Using his head

Using his head

Waterford’s Chris Bird heads the ball toward the goal during the first half of a Sept. 3 game against Big Foot-Williams Bay. The Wolverines picked up its first win of the season, 4-3. (Photo by Michael Stefanich)

 
 

Tree in boy’s honor to be replanted

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent In a happenstance moment of nature, it was taken down. But a tree that was planted in an 11-year-old Union Grove boy’s honor will soon rise again to continue commemorate his brief — but impactful — life. Family members of Ryan Luxem recently reached out to […]

 
 

Rochester considers sheriff’s contract

Rochester considers sheriff’s contract

Village explores options as sheriff’s contract is up for renewal By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Rising labor and fuel prices has prompted a big-picture review of Rochester’s longstanding public safety contract with the Racine County Sheriff’s Department. As the agency customarily does around this time each year, sheriff’s officials sent the […]

 
 

Grinding it out

Grinding it out

Demons go back to ground game for first victory By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief After watching his team lose its first two games with a pass-happy attack, Burlington coach Eric Sulik vowed some changes. “Our inability to establish a run game is killing us,” he said following the Aug. […]

 
 

Building renovation gets green light

Building renovation gets green light

Owners plan retail and short-term rentals By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Plans to renovate a vacant and decaying downtown property into four short-term rental units cleared another hurdle on Tuesday when the Common Council endorsed a certificate of appropriateness to alter the building’s exterior. The certificate of appropriateness, which the […]

 
 
 
 
 

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