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JOAN M. HENNINGFIELD

JOAN M. HENNINGFIELD

      Joan Margaret Henningfield, 87, of Burlington, died peacefully at home on July 19, 2021. She was a retired registered nurse, loving wife and mother of nine children, dedicated farmer’s wife, grandmother and great-grandmother. Joan was born in Burlington on Feb. 27, 1934, to the late George and Maud (O’Connor) […]

 
 

RONALD J. REIN

RONALD J. REIN

      Ronald J. Rein, 76, of Fort Atkinson passed away on Thursday, July 15, 2021 at St. Mary’s Hospital in Madison. Ron was born on June 14, 1945 in Burlington, to Ellsworth and Vernetta (Heiligenthal) Rein. He graduated from Burlington High School in Burlington. On April 24, 1970 he met […]

 
 

RICHARD L. DOBSON

RICHARD L. DOBSON

      Richard L. Dobson, 84, of Burlington, passed away Sunday, July 18, 2021 at Waterford Senior Living with his loving family at his side. Richard was born at Burlington Memorial Hospital on June 13, 1937, to Walter and Gertrude (nee Park) Dobson. His early life was spent in Honey Creek […]

 
 

CAROL JEAN BAAS

CAROL JEAN BAAS

      Carol Jean Baas, 75, of Waterford, passed away with her loving family by her side July 15, 2021. Carol was born to Frank and Cecilia (nee Ostrowski) Pitrowski on Dec. 11, 1945, in Milwaukee. She was raised and educated in the Milwaukee area and graduated from Pulaski High School. […]

 
 

PAUL MILO ARMETTA

Dr. Paul Milo Armetta, 72, of Wheatland, passed away Friday, July 16, 2021 at Ascension SE Hospital in Franklin. Paul was born in New York on July 12, 1949, to Henry and Lois (nee Thompson) Armetta. His early life was spent in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. He received his interdisciplinary PHD […]

 
 

RANDY SCHNEIDER

RANDY SCHNEIDER

      Randy Schneider, 73, of Elkhorn, passed away Wednesday, July 21, 2021, at St Luke’s Medical Center in Milwaukee. Randy was born September 12, 1947, to Walter and Myrtle (nee Hamilton) Schneider in Milwaukee. His early life was spent in Milwaukee where he graduated from South Division High School. Following […]

 
 

Faded glory likely to get a facelift

Faded glory likely to get a facelift

City plans to restore Dunford Drive water tower By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Burlington’s Dunford Drive standpipe, more commonly known as the water tower with the American Flag near the Nestle USA plant, has deteriorated since the city last applied a protective coating to the structure. The Common Council later […]

 
 

Map update accommodates Waterford Lofts project

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent In a signal of forthcoming development, Waterford officials have voted in favor of a new certified survey map on the future home of the mixed-use Waterford Lofts development. The Village Board on July 12 approved the CSM, which combines two lots at the northeast corner of […]

 
 

Golfing in rare air

Golfing in rare air

Beck qualifies for U.S. Amateur tournament By Chris Bennett Correspondent Taitum Beck is in rarefied air in the world of women’s amateur golf. Beck gets to prove herself against the country’s best amateur golfers Aug. 2-8 in the U.S. Women’s Amateur at Westchester Country Club in Rye, New York. Rye […]

 
 

Music series debuts

Music series debuts

The long-anticipated debut of the Music at the Pavilion series took place July 15 at the new entertainment stage – dubbed The Pavilion – at Schoolyard Park in Union Grove. The inaugural event featured a brief kick off ceremony followed by a performance from the Jackie Brown Trio. Food trucks […]

 
 
 
 

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