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Horse lovers come together to find missing filly
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    Commission distributes nearly $1 million in community block grants

    The City Plan Commission approved recommendations Thursday distributing $921,263 in federally funded Community Development Block Grants among 15 nonprofit organizations, including the city of Kenosha — which will get just under 62 percent of the total.

    Somers electors approve small increase in tax levy

    SOMERS — Electors in Somers unanimously approved a slight increase in the tax levy for 2015 and a budget that supports no funding for the town’s capital improvements plan Thursday night.

    City Plan Commission OKs 5th Avenue Lofts agreement


    The former Wells Co. factory moved a step closer to coming down, and Bear Development moved a step closer Thursday toward replacing it with a 60-unit, mixed-income apartment building after getting two key approvals from the City Plan Commission.

    Dad held on $1M bond for 11-month-old’s death


    Russell L. Rose, Jr. wanted to rid his 11-month-old daughter of “the evil inside her” when he killed her, according to the criminal complaint filed against him Thursday in Kenosha County Circuit Court.

    Nursing students collect supplies for First Step Services

    A group of nursing students at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside is partnering with First Step Services to collect clothing and supplies for the homeless.

    Fix It: Veterans work to make sure flag flies over Petrifying Springs


    Today, no problem: Thanks — so far — to Ben Orvold, Steve Tindall, Jon Rudie, Joe Ranchel, Navy Club Ship 40, the Disabled American Veterans, the Stars and Stripes can now fly all night o’er the veterans memorial in Kenosha County’s Petrifying Springs Park, along with other flags lower down the pole.

    News briefs: One arrested, others sought for attack outside bar

    Kenosha Police arrested a 31-year-old local woman in connection with a recent substantial battery in the 6900 block of 25th Avenue.

    Alleged child killer has history with legal system


    While online court records show no prior domestic abuse allegations against Russell L. Rose Jr. — the man police believe assaulted his girlfriend and killed their 11-month-old daughter, Serenity Rose, Tuesday night — he has had legal trouble.

    Levy virtually unchanged for Paddock Lake

    PADDOCK LAKE — The Village Board on Wednesday night unanimously approved a tax levy for 2015 nearly unchanged from this year.

    Smooth sailing expected for proposed city budget

    Kenosha City Council president Dan Prozanski said Tuesday he anticipates fellow aldermen will approve Kenosha Mayor Keith Bosman’s proposed $75.4 million 2015 operating budget without a hitch.

    Agencies stand ready to help those embroiled in domestic violence

    "I know you are all here to find out about this case," said Kenosha Police Chief John Morrissey. ""We have to do something in this case to turn this very negative thing into a positive."

    News briefs: County health division passes review

    State health officials have announced that the Kenosha County Division of Health has successfully passed the state’s health department review, officials reported Monday.

    Gun deer hunting season begins Saturday


    Deer hunters are locked and loaded for this year’s nine-day gun deer hunting season that begins Saturday and runs through Nov. 30.

    Meat processors gear up for busy season


    Deer hunting season is a special time for Bill Chase.

    Police chief describes baby’s alleged killer as ‘a monster’


    The man who killed 11-month-old Serenity Rose is “a monster,” said Police Chief John Morrissey.

    Horse lovers come together to find missing filly


    Not even 24 hours after she moved into a new home, Moxi took a powder.

    Homeroom: Wilmot leads state in Academic Decathlon


    For the first time in history, the Wilmot Academic Decathlon team, which made its first trip to the national competition in Hawaii last year, is in first place in the state after the local level competition.

    Car rambles back to its rightful owner


    In a town known for its classic automobiles, word traveled quickly there was a Rambler on the loose.

    November chill sets records


    If it’s been feeling a lot like Christmas, it’s because the temperatures are more applicable to the frigidness usually seen a month or more from now.

    Event briefs: Zumba fundraiser to benefit Wilmot choir

    WILMOT — A Zumbathon fundraiser for the Wilmot High School choir is set for 6:30 to 8 p.m. Saturday in the Maki Gym at the school, 11112 308th Ave.