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Bears ruin legends' special night

On a night when the Packers retired Brett Favre's No. 4 and hosted another legend, Bart Starr, the Chicago Bears came to Lambeau Thanksgiving night and left with a 17-13 victory. The loss drops Green Bay to 7-4 and out of a first-place tie with Minnesota in the NFC North Division. See tomorrow's News for more.

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Event briefs: Help available for health care enrollment

Those applying for health care insurance through the Affordable Care Act can get assistance starting next week.

Health care navigators and certified application counselors will be available to help at various times and locations in Kenosha County in December:


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A Capitol tradition: Teacher passes on memory from her own school days


When she was in elementary school, Kim Worcester and her classmates made Christmas ornaments for the state Capitol’s Christmas tree, part of an annual program put on by the governor.

She and her mom made two so Worcester could keep one. Today, that ornament, a glittery cutout of the state of Wisconsin, still adorns her tree every year.

OUR VIEW: Saturday a big day to ‘shop small’

With the price of gas so low, many shoppers may be tempted to travel longer distances this weekend on their shopping trips.

But Downtown Kenosha Inc. and the Kenosha Convention and Visitors Bureau are urging people to think about shopping close to home and to pay special attention to small businesses.

It’s a ho- ho- ho- holiday weekend!


Here are are again.

It’s Thanksgiving Weekend — and your house is full of visiting relatives of all ages. Or, you might be visiting from out of town, in which case we thank you for picking up the Get Out section.


Today's Poll

What is your favorite Thanksgiving tradition?
Enjoying a meal with family
Participating in the Mayor's Turkey Day Run
Watching football
Taking time to give thanks
Preparing for Black Friday shopping

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