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    A mile a day keeps the holiday pounds away

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    From Thanksgiving through New Year’s Day, most of us find ourselves running non-stop: Running to craft shows to catch unique holiday gifts, running home to make that side dish for Cousin Bob’s party, running back out because we forgot the eggnog.

    Serving up thanks to her family’s angels

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    For Christina Parker and her family, giving thanks means giving back.

    News briefs: Two suffer from smoke at house fire

    Firefighters extinguished a house fire early Tuesday morning. According to police reports, the fire in the 5800 block of 22nd Avenue was reported at 12:35 a.m. When police arrived, a man who lives in the home said there was a fire in his bedroom. There was smoke, but flames were not visible. Rescue personnel found a second person in the home. Both men were treated for smoke inhalation. The incident remains under investigation.

    Two public defenders to represent Rose

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    The Kenosha man police say killed his infant daughter last week will be represented by two public defenders.

    HarborMarket to close during January, February

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    The Kenosha HarborMarket, after a successful summer season and its traditional move indoors for the winter, will close in January and February for the first time since it launched its indoor season six years ago.

    Today’s event briefs: Thanksgiving meal served at church

    KENOSHA — A free community Thanksgiving dinner will be served beginning at noon Thursday at First United Methodist Church, 919 60th St.

    Snyder: Giving thanks for Melvin Gordon, pumpkin pie and giant balloons

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    On Thursday, we celebrate Thanksgiving — a day Americans have set aside to honor a cherished tradition: Complaining that stores are open.