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Sheridan Road back open after crash

Sheridan Road at 56th Street is back open after a crash shut down one of the main roads through downtown Kenosha for nearly two hours.

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Faith on the field


Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy was born and raised in Gretna, La., on the banks of the Mississippi River. Hurricane Katrina sent him and his family north, away from the backyard where he played football, away from his friends, from his church, his school and from everything that is important to an eighth-grade boy.

Their home destroyed, the Lacy family roamed from place to place, at one point living with strangers until they finally saved enough money to move into a trailer home outside Baton Rouge. The transition was difficult for young Lacy, but he focused his energy on football and schoolwork; he later left for college at the University of Alabama where he became the running back for the school’s football team.

OUR VIEW: Something new with Memorial Day traditions


There is always plenty of opportunity to express appreciation on Memorial Day for those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country.

Numerous area veterans organizations host observances on Monday, and there is traditionally a big ceremony the day before Memorial Day at the Southern Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Cemetery in nearby Union Grove. Gov. Scott Walker will be the keynote speaker at that event, which starts at 11 a.m. Sunday.


Today's Poll

The Kenosha Kingfish open their second season on Tuesday (May 26). How many of their 36 home games do you plan on attending?
0: I'm not a fan
Maybe 1: My curiosity is piqued
2-6: I'll get to a few here and there
7-10: The ticket deals in advance were worth it
11-20: It's one of my favorite summertime activities
21-35: I can't get enough
36: I'm a religious season ticket holder

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