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    A blessing for those furry friends that bless us


    From their barks to their purrs, more than a dozen pets, and their families, turned out for the blessing of the animals Sunday at St. John’s Lutheran Church.

    News briefs: Woman throws items at man, police say

    Kenosha police arrested a woman after she allegedly threw electronic items that struck a man and later resisted arrest Saturday night.

    Snapshot: The life aquatic


    The lively and colorful experiences of visiting the Florida Keys and the Galapagos Islands convinced Andrew Wolf that saltwater aquariums were the way to go.

    Carthage’s first Kenosha alumni return to campus


    Only the buildings at Carthage College change.

    A Life Remembered: ‘The Wizard’ loved softball


    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: Blood drive Thursday at Reuther

    KENOSHA — An American Red Cross blood drive will take place 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Thursday at Reuther Central High School, 913 57th St.

    Suspect continues to elude authorities after overnight crime spree


    The hunt for a man wanted in connection with a Kenosha man’s death entered its third day Sunday, with the suspect reportedly engaging in an overnight crime spree before once again eluding authorities.

    Holiday hiring


    Tis the season ... to hire seasonal workers.

    Radio performers bring ‘Mockingbird’ scenes to life


    SOMERS — Sometimes hearing a story is better than seeing one.

    News briefs: Search continues for wanted man

    The search continued Saturday for a man wanted in connection with the death of Tywon Anderson of Kenosha.

    History comes alive during cemetery walk


    A blustery afternoon didn’t deter local history lovers from the 12th annual History Walk at Green Ridge Cemetery.

    That History Column: New-found glass plate negative shed light on Chicago river disaster


    Finding glass plate negatives is like finding a delicate treasure box. The images they contain are fragile jewels, and with one bump, the receptacle breaks, essentially disintegrating the jewels.

    Artifact of the Month: abacus


    The Kenosha History Center’s Artifact of the Month for October is an abacus.

    Walk raises awareness of domestic abuse


    To mark National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, dozens of people marched with open umbrellas Saturday as part of the “Shelter them from the Storm” Awareness Walk presented by Women and Children’s Horizons.

    What’s happened, what’s next in Jensen case


    Last week, the Wisconsin Department of Justice decided it would ask federal appeals judges to reconsider a decision made in Mark Jensen’s favor in an appeal of his murder conviction.

    Cyclists brave blustery conditions for annual ride


    Hardy cyclists braved chilly and blustery conditions to take part in the sixth annual Fall Wheel Ride Saturday.

    Event briefs: Forum on prophecy slated at Parkside

    SOMERS — A forum on “What Happens When Prophecy Fails”? Exploring ‘End of World’ Cults” begins at noon Monday in Room D-139 of Molinaro Hall at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, 900 Wood Road.

    Fire damages Kenosha home


    Twelve people were temporarily displaced after fire broke out in their multi-family home Saturday morning.