Author: Jason Arndt

Burlington News

City eyes Wagner Park improvements

By Jason Arndt Editor Wagner Park in Burlington could see some improvements, including a new accessible restroom, under a proposal presented to the Common Council. At Tuesday’s Committee of the Whole meeting however, some Common Council members expressed hesitation about endorsing the $169,903 contract with Scherrer Construction. City officials, who […]

Burlington News

An eggs-citing event for the community

Thousands show up for annual DRIVEN Easter Egg hunt By Jason Arndt Editor Thousands of children, including some decked out in Easter Bunny attire, took over the Burlington High School gymnasium to hunt for scores of eggs during an annual event presented by the school’s DRIVEN student leadership program. The […]

Burlington News

A symbolic installation

City unveils fox statues at Jefferson Street Bridge By Jason Arndt Editor Burlington Mayor Jeannie Hefty had a vision beyond simply replacing the Jefferson Street Bridge. That vision became a reality on March 6 when officials unveiled a pair of fox statues overlooking the Fox River in the downtown area. […]

News Waterford

Ag technology improves efficiency for farmers

By Jason Arndt Editor Technological advancements in the agriculture industry have helped farmers become better environmental stewards while increasing efficiencies in their day-to-day operations. That technology includes yield maps and tractors equipped with GPS, among other enhancements. Kevin Malchine, sixth-generation owner of Malchine Farms in Wind Lake along with his […]


Browns Lake set for dredging project

Officials unsure of timeline, final financial figure By Jason Arndt Editor Browns Lake will undergo a dredging project following an endorsement from state regulators on a preliminary permit submitted by the Browns Lake Sanitary District. The Browns Lake Sanitary District, known as BLSD, began discussions about dredging the popular destination […]

News Waterford

Village panel advances DeGrave development

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent The planned residential development of recently annexed land into the Village of Waterford continued to move forward after a recent set of affirmative votes from a municipal panel. Members of the village’s Plan Commission recently combed through the latest sets of details associated with Neumann Developments’ […]

Burlington News

A gripping tale of mystery and romance

Burlington High School to present “Anastasia” this week By Jason Arndt Editor Mystery and romance with a twist of Russian and Parisian history serve as key components of Burlington High School’s production of “Anastasia: The New Broadway Musical,” set to take the auditorium stage this week. “Anastasia,” which premieres at […]