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Walker, state GOP agree to remove proposed open records limits
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Sanity wins streetcar battle
Recyclable collections growing in county
Girl Scouts’ inspiring example
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Bradford biology teacher named state's best
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Confederate flagmust come down
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ON THE BEAT: Meet Kenosha's piano man
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Beth blasts city in IT probe
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Mayor moves to derail streetcar expansion
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Council ought to offer some forward thinking
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City Council faced with dueling streetcar resolution
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Antaramian will seek his old office
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Meijer sets ‘soft opening' for Tuesday
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OUR VIEW: Economic data for state isn't encouraging
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    Such a fabulous Fourth

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    Kenosha threw America a weekend birthday party, and it was a lakefront bash with thousands filling the city’s beaches, parks, harbor and open fields to celebrate.

    WestoshaMarket has successful debut

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    BRISTOL — Cars rolled into the parking lot in a steady stream Saturday morning for the opening of the WestoshaMarket in Bristol

    News briefs: Man flees through parking lot

    A man stopped by a Kenosha County Sheriff’s deputy for a driving with a suspended license Friday afternoon tried to flee by driving through the Walmart parking lot in Somers at a high rate of speed.

    Bike parade a hit in Paddock Lake

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    PADDOCK LAKE — From the young to the young at heart, all ages came out Saturday for the annual July 4 Paddock Lake Bike Parade.

    Budget amendment could directly benefit Somers

    When Somers needed sewer and water hookups from the city of Kenosha for development, approval came with strings attached.

    That History Column: Remembering the blazing summer of 1916

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    Where did Kenoshans go when it was hot as blazes before the invention of air-conditioning?

    Artifact of the Month: Brass oil cans

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    A pair of brass oil cans are the artifacts of the month for July at the Kenosha History Center.

    Event briefs: Program set on Great Lakes Caucus

    SOMERS — The Great Lakes Legislative Caucus, its goals and achievements will be the topic at Monday’s meeting of Adventures In Lifelong Learning.

    New program to replace SAGE

    A Wisconsin program aimed at keeping class sizes small for low-income students is being eliminated and replaced with a new program with more flexibility and additional requirements.



    Many steamed after late GOP budget change to open records

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    A plan that would shield lawmakers and the governor from open records scrutiny is just an “update of where open records laws are going,” according to Assembly Speaker Robin Vos.

    Libertyfest lights up the skies

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    TWIN LAKES — Groups of locals and out-of-towners alike arrived at Lance Park early Friday to lay claim on the grassy area near the shoreline of Lake Mary — a prime location for the Libertyfest fireworks display.

    Voelz of Kenosha ready to mark 100 years

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    Lauretta Voelz, born in Kenosha on July 6, 1915, will celebrate her 100th birthday on Monday with a 2 p.m. party at Brookdale of Pleasant Prairie, 7377 88th Ave.

    Silver Lake officials unsure whether to let chickens roost in village

    SILVER LAKE — Not all Silver Lake village officials Wednesday felt allowing residents to keep a few backyard chickens is a cockamamie idea.

    Traveling Tap makes splashy debut

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    With a snip of a water-blue ribbon, a flourish of biodegradable confetti and a toast of crystal clear Kenosha tap water, the Traveling Tap debuted Friday morning.

    LakeView teen elected to national board for SkillsUSA

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    A Pleasant Prairie teen is serving on a national board for a student technical and career skills organization.

    Today’s News Briefs: Police investigating woman found dead in car

    A 51 year-old woman was found dead in a car in the 4700 block of Sheridan Road at 3:20 a.m. Thursday.