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Get Out Today (March 2)
Advocates: Walker’s budget could hurt programs for disabled
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MY TURN: Streetcars and leadership
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PITTS: ‘My Girl’ at 50
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Trolley Dogs owner must move exhaust fan
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At rural school, young teachers look at exits
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Scott Walker is King of Kochworld
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Keep the waiting period for handguns
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Brantley case: Former officer admits to planting evidence
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Menominee march on Madison
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Off-duty Kenosha firefighter aids in Chicago rescue
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A trail of tears for the Menominee
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New Great Lakes commander is from Kenosha
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MY TURN: Streetcars and leadership
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    Kenosha loves its pizza

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    In Kenosha, for one night, the biggest pizzeria in town can be found on Washington Road.

    Boy rescued after fall through ice

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    A 13-year-old boy was trapped briefly and treated for hypothermia after he fell into the water at Eichelman Park beach Sunday afternoon.

    He’s not scared of writing

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    Kenosha author Christian A. Larsen has been a teacher and a broadcaster. Now he can say he’s the author of a short story in a Bram Stoker Award-nominated anthology.

    News briefs: Injured man wanders into home after crash

    A Burlington man was taken by a medical helicopter to a Milwaukee-area hospital early Saturday after injuries he suffered after reportedly swerving to avoid a deer at highways KR and 75.

    The road to recovery

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    WHEATLAND — Twelve-year-old Kayla Brown has made remarkable progress since Dec. 31 when she suffered life-threatening injuries in a car crash on Highway 50.

    Man gets prison for running prostitution ring

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    A Milwaukee man arrested for running a prostitution ring out of a Kenosha motel has been sentenced to prison.

    Snapshot: Bailiff helps people feel at ease in courtroom

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    Thomas Karaway has been a bailiff for seven years in Judge S. Michael Wilk’s Branch 7 courtroom.

    A Life Remembered: Aiello was gregarious, kind

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    Each Monday, the Kenosha News takes a look at the life of a Kenosha County resident who recently died. We share with you, through the memories of family and friends, a life remembered.

    Event briefs: Make vision boards at Wilmot

    WILMOT — A workshop in making vision boards meets 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Wilmot High School, 11112 308th Ave., as part of its Community Outreach program.



    News announces new partnership to aid community

    Beginning today, a simple scannable code can make a big difference to dozens of community organizations and thousands of their members.

    News briefs: Two hurt in 60th Street crash

    Two men were taken to a hospital Saturday morning after a two-vehicle crash.

    School testing roller coaster takes a sharp turn

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    When Wilmot High School was studying adopting a new curriculum program in 2013, Administrator Dan Kopp said he wanted some assurance that political arguments underway in the state would not make the purchase a waste of cash.

    Appraisal event reveals items' true worth

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    “Decorative value” are the two words most people don’t want to hear at an appraisal.

    That History Column: Namesakes of city parks

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    Kenosha has proudly borne the nickname “Park City” for more than 150 years because of our many beautiful public parks.

    Artifact of the Month: Candy Lady

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    The artifact for March is a large framed black-and-white photograph of the “Candy Lady.”

    Diversity Summit to focus on religious tolerance

    Religious tolerance is the theme for the third annual Diversity Summit, which begins this week at Carthage College, 2001 Alford Park Drive.

    Event briefs: Voucher schools research is program topic

    KENOSHA — Julie Mead, a University of Wisconsin-Madison researcher and expert on legal aspects of K-12 education, will present her latest findings on Wisconsin’s school voucher program at 4:30 p.m. Monday at Northside Library, 1500 27th Ave.

    Kenosha News captures 13 awards in state contest

    The Kenosha News received 13 awards in its circulation group, including three first-place honors, in the Wisconsin Newspaper Association’s 2014 Better Newspaper Contest.