Archive for: July, 2014

RICHARD M. CZARNY

RICHARD M. CZARNY

  Richard Mark Czarny, 43, Las Vegas, formerly Burlington, died in Las Vegas July 9, 2014, following surgery complications. He was born Jan. 2, 1971, to Rose and Alfred Czarny. He was the first baby born in Burlington that year. A graduate of Burlington High School and UW–River Falls, Rich […]

 
 

City police find goat in city

The City of Burlington had an unexpected visitor early Thursday morning. Police received the visitor – a goat – into the police lobby around 1:20 a.m. The goat had been found standing in the street in front of Burlington Public Library. The goat was picked up by its owner around […]

 
 

Year-round dedication fuels 12U little leaguers

Burlington 12U all-star coaches run through a gauntlet of fans at the end of Wednesday's parade, which started at the Hintz diamonds off Maryland Street and finished at Wehmhoff Park behind the Burlington Public Library. (Mike Ramczyk/Standard Press)

Team becomes fourth to advance to Indy   By Mike Ramczyk Sports Editor The Burlington Little League 12U All-Stars are six wins away from the sport’s promised land – the Little League World Series. Thanks to a 9-4 thrashing of Madison East in the state championship game Friday night in […]

 
 

MacDonald takes over at St. Charles

MacDonald takes over at St. Charles

By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor There’s an old children’s rhyming song, the kind that goes with clapping your hands and tagging the next person in the line. “Miss Mary Mack, all dressed in black…” And Mary MacDonald, the new principal at St. Charles Borromeo School in Burlington, knows all about the […]

 
 

Waterford Senior Legion bounces back, advances to state

The Waterford Senior Legion baseball team includes coaches John Todryk and Jimmy Merlo, along with players Nate Lauer, Jack Ritzman, Mark Wallace, Trace Hunsucker, Ross Gunderson, Ryan Moritz, Josh Kurth, Ben Folger, Austin Baker, Dylan Malecki, Nick Ruffalo, Tyler Terrian, Ryan Borchardt, Michael Schmidt, Tony Ray and Matt Wezyk. (Rick Benavides/Waterford Post)

Team features players from Waterford, Burlington, East Troy   By Chris Bennett Sports Correspondent The Waterford Senior Legion baseball team will not change its game for the Wisconsin American Legion Class AAA State Tournament. Waterford is participating in the tournament, which started Wednesday and continues through Sunday, at Plover. Plover […]

 
 

Southern Lakes Blue Devils capture first victory

Southern Lakes Blue Devils capture first victory

  By Chris Bennett SPORTS CORRESPONDENT It took better than half of the season, but the Southern Lakes Blue Devils posted their first win of the year July 26 in an Ironman Football League game at Westosha Central High School in Paddock Lake. The Blue Devils defeated the Kenosha Cougars, […]

 
 

ROSEMARY I. HOFFMANN

ROSEMARY I. HOFFMANN

      Rosemary Isabella Hoffmann, 82, Waterford, died peacefully July 23, 2014, surrounded by her family. She was born May 30, 1932, to the late Urban and Margaret (Goertz) Zeck from Milwaukee. She married the love of her life Edward Hoffmann, May 21, 1948, in Waukegan. The couple spent the last […]

 
 

BASD moving to online registration this year

The Burlington Area School District will begin an online registration process Friday. All families must enroll returning students online, while new students will have to complete paper forms. A limited number of computers will be available at Burlington High School. The online registration window is Aug. 1-13. Book and materials […]

 
 

DANIEL W. KOSTERMAN

DANIEL W. KOSTERMAN

      Daniel W. Kosterman, 85, Lake Geneva, died July 20, 2014, at Lakeland Healthcare Center, Elkhorn. He was born June 14, 1929, in Racine, to the late Arthur and Elizabeth Shibilsky Kosterman. He married Jeanne Tenhagen April 19, 1952. She preceded him in death March 4, 2008. He was a […]

 
 

CHARLES J. GERDS

CHARLES J. GERDS

      Charles J. Gerds, 75, died at home in Waterford on July 25, 2014, after an 11-month battle against metastasizing colon cancer. He was a 20-year Air Force veteran, serving as a weapons control systems technician, fixing airplanes in Japan, Korea, Vietnam, Germany and England, as well as countless stateside […]

 
 
 
 
 

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