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Fire station expansion nearly complete

Village of Waterford will consolidate fire services at site By Dave Fidlin Correspondent The expansion of Waterford Fire Department’s solo station is nearly complete, according to a brief update on the extensive project. At a Village Board meeting April 11, WFD Fire Chief Rick Mueller gave a report on the […]

 
 

Demons softball team off to slow start

Demons softball team off to slow start

By Mike Ramczyk Correspondent Just because a team has high expectations doesn’t mean there won’t be setbacks – especially early in the season. The Burlington High School softball team is experiencing this firsthand after its first two games this season. After a whirlwind 2021 season that saw the Lady Demons […]

 
 

Union Grove considers sidewalk rules for businesses

Union Grove considers sidewalk rules for businesses

Goal is to have clear guidelines for outdoor dining, sales displays By Dave Fidlin Correspondent A revised, potentially streamlined, set of regulations concerning the use of municipal sidewalks could soon be put in place for Union Grove businesses — particularly those situated along the downtown corridor. The village’s Administration Committee, […]

 
 

City to share alley costs

City to share alley costs

Most of the repair work will be done in next three years By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Property owners with deteriorating alleys will be able to share improvement costs under an ordinance endorsed from the Common Council on a divided April 6 vote. In the ordinance amendment approved, 4-3, the […]

 
 

Consultant invites public to talk about Echo Lake

Consultant invites public to talk about Echo Lake

Thursday event is the first of several planned By Jason Arndt Staff Writer The firm tasked with developing an Echo Lake Master Plan, has scheduled the first of several community engagement events on Thursday at Low Daily Brewery, 700 N. Pine St., Burlington from 4:30 until 7 p.m. Peter Riggs, […]

 
 

In this week’s Standard Press…

In this week’s Standard Press…

      For months, Burlington Area School District officials have been warning people about the financial challenges the district faces in the coming year. On Monday, the other shoe dropped. The shoe drop came in the form of a preliminary budget proposal that has a $2.4 million deficit. Officials have months […]

 
 

WANDA JUANITA MOSS

WANDA JUANITA MOSS

      Wanda Juanita Moss, 96, of Burlington, passed away Sunday, April 10, 2022 at her home. Wanda was born in Little River, Kansas on Oct. 30, 1925, to Herman and Claudine (nee Briscoe) Reschke. On Sept. 14, 1945 in Carlsbad, New Mexico, she was united in marriage to Glen Moss. […]

 
 

AURORA PHOENIX BARRIOS

AURORA PHOENIX BARRIOS

      Aurora Phoenix Barrios passed peacefully in the arms of her loving parents on March 30, 2022. She was born, already enveloped in love, to Jose and Angela (nee Bauer) Barrios at 1:13 p.m. and received her angel wings just an hour later. Aurora showed tremendous strength and perseverance prenatally, […]

 
 

LILLIAN A. ROBERS

LILLIAN A. ROBERS

      Lillian A. Robers, 91, of Burlington, passed away Thursday, April 7, 2022 at her home. Lillian was born in Chicago on Feb. 3, 1931, to Frank and Lillian Anne (nee Davis) Russick. After her parents passing when she was six, she was raised by her aunt and uncle, Alice […]

 
 

GEORGE C. CAMPBELL

GEORGE C. CAMPBELL

     George C. Campbell, 73, of Twin Lakes, died on Monday, April 4, 2022, at Lakeland Medical Center. He was born on June 9, 1948, in Cincinnati, Ohio, one of seventeen children of Clifford and Ruth (Brisbane) Campbell. George proudly served in the United States Army during the Vietnam War. […]

 
 
 
 

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