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Sturgeon spawning season to start

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources says the sturgeon spawning season is about to begin.

Vehicle blocking traffic at Green Bay Road and Hwy 50
Statewide tornado drill is today
Walker listed in TIME magazine top 100 list
Stop sign removed at 53rd St. and 31st Ave.
Disability parking fines increase Friday
Metra delayed due to police activity
High school seniors cited for Nerf gun battle
Warmer, wetter today
OT victory helps Hawks knot series
Entries being accepted for Match Game Bowling Tournament
Obama to offer Japan security, economic reassurances
Wisconsin increases disability parking fines
Baldwin: Democrats need to tout health care reform
Wheatland weighs another referendum try
Packers will open Thursday, Sept. 4 at Seattle
Housing sales decline in March, but real estate agents optimistic
Shoplifting attempt leads to drug arrest
Union leader sees end of the road on complaints against fire chief
PSC seeks answers to Van Woods water woes
Apple increases stock buyback, raises dividend
Gov. Walker signs Bell bill
2 die in Waukesha County crash
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Walker looking to close transportation funding gap
Bradford, Indian Trail teams compete in Disney World today

Wheatland may try again on referendum

WHEATLAND — Wheatland Center School may try again with a referendum to exceed the state-imposed revenue cap.

"We need to talk about all our options and put it all on the table," Administrator Marty McGinley said at Wednesday’s School Board meeting, the first since the April 1 referendum failed by just over 50 votes.


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Prep baseball roundup: Hawks cruise in Florida

Playing in gorgeous weather evidently agrees with the Indian Trail baseball team.

Evan Myers pitched 51/3 shutout innings as the Hawks blanked Riverbend (Va.), 4-0, at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World in Buena Vista, Fla., on Wednesday,

Plants begin to battle back


Now that the sun has finally come out, you might be wondering if the long winter left behind lasting damage to your yard. Kenosha-area landscaping experts say most plants and trees will be just fine, with a little help.

“The only place that you’ll have problems is where there was dirty snow — snow along the street with fine-grain chunks of road and salt pushed up on it by the snow plows,” said Aaron Moravec of Somers-based A&R Complete Lawn & Tree Care.

Today's Poll

John and Jenny Heim, the owners of Scoops Ice Cream and Heim's Downtown Toy Store, are seeking owners for their two Kenosha stores. Do you think somebody will come forward to keep these two shops going?
Yes. They are great assets to downtown Kenosha.
Maybe. I think the price has to be right.
It depends. I think something different is needed downtown.
No. Downtown Kenosha isn't the place to be.

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