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    News briefs: Man falls from pickup truck

    A man was ejected from the back of a moving pickup truck in Randall on July 25.

    24-hour tennis rally nets donations for cancer society, Sharing Center

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    PADDOCK LAKE — The tennis ball was barely making it over the net with just one hour of the 24-hour Rally for Life event to go, but a hardy group of teens was determined to reach the goal.

    Priebus, Ryan, Johnson rally GOP faithful at picnic

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    U.S. Congressman Paul Ryan urged the contingent at the annual Kenosha County GOP picnic Saturday not be "reactionary, angry Republicans."

    Re-enactors enlighten, thrill Rendezvous visitors

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    Simmons Island went back in time Saturday as re-enactors came out for the 18th annual Pike River Rendezvous.

    Dragon boats ply waters of Lake Andrea

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    PLEASANT PRAIRIE — Drumbeats and shouts kept rhythm as dragons led the way in the annual Pleasant Prairie Dragon Boat Festival held on Lake Andrea Saturday.

    Heading to the poor house? It was a real place in Kenosha

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    How many times did your grandparents say the cost of living was driving them to the poor house?

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    The Artifact for the Month for August at the Kenosha History Center is a tomato milling machine which belonged to Sante Leonardi.

    Event briefs: Art camp begins Monday at Kemper

    KENOSHA — Kids Summer Art Camp begins Monday and continues through Friday at the Kemper Center, 6501 Third Ave.



    Time for a Taste

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    Pleasant Prairie’s Jim Toff was having a bad moment at the Taste of Wisconsin.

    Today’s News Briefs: Man charged in boating incident

    A Twin Lakes man is charged with a misdemeanor after he was accused of driving over a woman with his boat on Lake Elizabeth Wednesday.

    City Council to consider ‘entertainment district’ ordinance

    Picture downtown Kenosha turning into a kind of festival, with people openly enjoying their beers and ales while strolling between bars, restaurants, shops.

    Central School Board member defends ‘ambitious’ business dealings

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    “The Rally Millenials 2016” tour was the brainchild of Dustin Beth and designed to feature young conservatives from across the nation and rake in thousands of dollars in profit.

    Kenosha County entrants rake in ribbons at Racine fair

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    UNION GROVE — Kenosha County residents proved this week at the Racine County Fair they are “sew” gifted that they take the cake.

    Caddie program wins fans in first season

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    The first year of a program that taught local teens how to be caddies at Petrifying Springs Golf Course will be closing out a successful season next week, according to officials.

    Country Thunder keeps deputies busy

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    The Kenosha County Sheriff’s deputies stationed at Country Thunder spent nearly 2,000 hours responding to the 433 recorded calls for service at the five-day music festival this year.

    Marijuana grower given eight years of probation

    A man caught in one of the county’s largest drug busts avoided going to prison Friday, when he was given eight years of probation over long-term incarceration.

    Report details events leading to Kenosha officer’s 60-day suspension

    A Kenosha Police officer received one of the longest suspensions in department history for filing a report with several inaccuracies over an incident where he pushed a man out of a liquor store and launched him onto the sidewalk, according to a Kenosha Police Department internal investigation.

    Event briefs: Bowmen to host cancer benefit

    KENOSHA — The Kenosha Bowmen, 15211 75th St., will hold a cancer benefit from 1 to 11 p.m. Saturday.

    Leigh Presley: Fairs are all about fried food, animals — and education

    Perhaps you’ve noticed the signs: semi-trucks on the highway hauling amusement rides, or the smell of cream puffs in the air.

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