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Meeting children where they are

Stacked Therapies offers services in natural environment By Jason Arndt Editor Stacked Therapies, a veteran-owned business, looks to serve the pediatric population through various therapy sessions within Burlington and beyond. Founded by Dr. Amy Correa, a former Hospital Corpsman in the United States Navy, Stacked Therapies sees children with developmental […]

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BASD considering tweaks to school schedule

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent While specifics are still being hammered out, start and end times within the Burlington Area School District are set for a change in the upcoming 2024-25 school year. Superintendent Jill Oelslager discussed the rationale behind the proposal, cutting costs on the heels of February’s failed operating […]

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Flight of opportunity

New aviation program offered to local high school students By Jason Arndt Editor Burlington and Catholic Central high school students will have another opportunity to explore careers in aviation with a new program set to take flight at the Burlington Municipal Airport. Eagles Nest Projects Wisconsin, a nonprofit organization, has […]

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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 […]