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Property paramedics

PuroClean, of Burlington, touts service to community By Jason Arndt Editor When business owners and residents experience property damage, like flooded basements and smoky buildings caused by fire, they often seek immediate remediation assistance. However, at times, it could be difficult to find dedicated services in some portions of Southeast […]

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Learning to save lives

BHS students receive valuable training By Jason Arndt Editor Nearly 50 students from Burlington High School learned how to save lives through trainings in basic life support and CPR on April 26 at Veterans Terrace. The all-day training session came courtesy of a collaboration between Burlington High School, Veterans Terrace, […]

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Nonprofit group in dire straits

Music Matters down to two board members, in need of support By Jason Arndt Editor Music Matters, Inc, a nonprofit organization, has been a part of the Burlington community for 14 years and contributed more than $100,000 to help local students excel in music. However, the nonprofit group finds itself […]

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Celebrating a century

Local man touts positivity, kindness for longevity By Jason Arndt Editor Positivity, kindness, and enjoying life have been key components of longevity for Burlington’s Leroy Stoehr. Stoehr, born on March 17, 1923 during a blizzard in the Town of Lyons, celebrated his 100th birthday at Pine Brook Pointe Assisted Living […]

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Milwaukee Avenue resurfacing to start Monday

Officials don’t anticipate full road closures of main corridor By Jason Arndt Editor The Milwaukee Avenue resurfacing project, spanning nearly two miles, will soon begin in the City of Burlington. Burlington officials recently posted signs along Milwaukee Avenue notifying motorists that construction will begin on March 27. According to city […]