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UWP's Mecko named Academic All-America

UW-Parkside defender Karley Mecko was named a first-team Academic All-American in women's soccer on Monday.

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Happy Th-Th-Thanksgiving: Snow, cold to return

If you like a little snow with your turkey, Mother Nature’s got weather just for you.

The rain that came Sunday will change to snow beginning late afternoon on Monday, with accumulations of up to 2½ inches possible in Kenosha County, according to Ben Herzog, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Sullivan, Wis.


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Bullmore gains elite status


Bradford graduate Abby Bullmore was rewarded for perfection recently.

The Wheaton (Ill.) College senior cross country runner received the NCAA’s ELITE 89 award on Friday night at the annual awards banquet of the NCAA Division III Cross Country Championships.

Holiday wish list: Local service agencies seek donations


The holidays are a time for giving. As we have done in previous years, the Kenosha News has requested “wish lists” from local agencies that support our community so our readers will have an opportunity to extend their gift-giving to include these fine organizations. So if you have the means, open your heart and your wallet to make their holidays a little brighter. If you intend to drop off your donations, call first for hours.

This weekend, ‘Anything Goes’


Westosha Central High School is presenting the 1930s-era inspired musical “Anything Goes” this weekend. Central senior Jaymes Gayhart plays stockbroker stowaway Billy Crocker.

“This is an absolute blast. Honestly, this is the most fun I have had at a school activity,” Gayhart said.


Today's Poll

With retailers continuing to advance their Black Friday opening times earlier into Thanksgiving Day, is your holiday shopping season beginning any earlier?
Yes, we eat early so we can get a jump start on shopping, whenever it begins.
Yes, I'll forgo dinner with the family to get out and score some deals as early as possible.
Friday morning is still fine by me.
I'm a last-minute shopper. I don't hit the stores until at least mid-December.
Stores? I do all of my shopping online.

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