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Halter leads short-handed wrestling team at Stech Invitational

Halter leads short-handed wrestling team at Stech Invitational

By Tim Wester Correspondent Short-handed Waterford, which brought just six wrestlers, finished 16th with 51 points at the EH Stech Invitational at West Allis Central Saturday, Dec. 17. Hudson Halter (12-2) led the way for Waterford with a third-place finish at 126. Halter pinned West Allis Central’s Amadi Cameron in […]

 
 

High school to decide on spring referendum in January

High school to decide on spring referendum in January By Dave Fidlin CORRESPONDENT Accessibility improvements, core infrastructure upgrades and new heating, ventilation and air conditioning equipment could be among a list of projects included in a potential Waterford Union High School referendum this spring. The WUHS School Board on Dec. […]

 
 

Threemendous

Threemendous

Demons go long range in rout over Central By Jason Arndt staff writer When a basketball team makes more than half of its shots, especially from beyond the perimeter, the chances of winning the contest are extremely high. That was the case for Burlington as the Demons used 13 3-pointers, […]

 
 

Food for the pantry

Food for the pantry

      The Washington Caldwell National Elementary Honor Society held a food drive for the Caldwell Food Pantry during the month of December. The entire student body at Washington Caldwell did a fantastic job donating much-needed items. Chuck Herman, from the Food Pantry, talked with the students about the […]

 
 

Council OK’s gravel pit rezone

Requester convinces officials that it won’t be a nuisance By Jason Arndt Staff Writer After several public hearings, where residents and businesses alike voiced opposition to a proposed gravel pit, the City of Burlington Common Council on Thursday endorsed a rezone application from Reesman Co. at a special meeting. Reesman […]

 
 

Window art

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In this week’s Standard Press…

In this week’s Standard Press…

      Some things are just too horrific to understand. Case in point is the vicious attack that occurred at the Tiny Hooves animal sanctuary in Dover last Friday. The details of the event are incomprehensible: an unknown person shows up and brutally beats two volunteers at the sanctuary with 10-pound […]

 
 

MARY LOU KRETSCHMER

MARY LOU KRETSCHMER

      Mary Lou Kretschmer, 83, of Hugo, Minnesota, passed away Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2022, at Keystone Place at LaValle Fields in Hugo. Mary Lou was born Aug. 18, 1939, in Illinois to Edward “Bud” and Marie Redden. She graduated from St. Mary’s High School in Burlington and from St. Luke’s […]

 
 

BRUCE R. HAYES

BRUCE R. HAYES

      Bruce R. Hayes, 74, of Burlington, passed away Monday, Dec. 12, 2022 at his home. Bruce was born in Chicago, on Jan. 14, 1948, to Robert and Maxine (nee Mattox) Hayes. His early life was spent in Southeast Wisconsin, Genoa City and Lake Geneva and he graduated from Elkhorn […]

 
 

RICHARD F. BEERE

RICHARD F. BEERE

      Richard F. “Dick” Beere, 99, of the Town of Dover, passed away at home on Dec. 14, 2022, just 10 days away from his 100th birthday. Dick was born in Racine to Frank Conrad and Elizabeth Clara (nee Giannoni) Beere. A graduate of Washington Park High School in Racine, […]