Author: Ed Nadolski

Burlington High School


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

      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 […]


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 […]


Budgeting dilemma

  Fire, library funds could be over budget for 2022 By Dave Fidlin CORRESPONDENT Village of Waterford officials will look at shoring up spending overages in two municipal departments in the final weeks of 2022 as the books close on the current fiscal year. At the Village Board’s regular monthly […]


Ice, ice baby!

Burlington hosted its annual Ice Festival last weekend. The event included 14 ice carvers, including Gina Diliberti who carves block No. 2 sponsored by Veteran’s Truck Line Inc. working with 300-pound ice blocks as part of the Wisconsin State Ice Carving Championship in Wehmhoff Square. The also included a Kris […]