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Arbet in line to return to county

A familiar face is expected to return to the Kenosha County Center as early as December.

Ray Arbet, who headed the Public Works Department from 2008 to 2012, is being recommended again for the position.


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Konior, Rangers down Quincy


Emily Konior, a senior, scored both goals for the 12th-ranked UW-Parkside women’s soccer team as it edged Quincy University, 2-1, in a Great Lakes Valley Conference game on Senior Day Sunday afternoon at Wood Road Field in Somers.

It was Parkside’s second victory over a regionally ranked team in three days. Quincy is ranked No. 10 in the Midwest Region, while Truman State, whom UWP defeated 2-1 on Friday, is ranked No. 6.

Condominium living


Jamie Warosh understands the advantages of condominium living.

“We had the time to do other things in life versus spending our whole weekend at home doing yard work,” recalled Warosh, who owned a two-bedroom condo in Kenosha County with her husband, John, before moving to a single-family home.

Signs point to low-turnout election

All signs point to the election on Nov. 4 being a low-turnout event.

That’s discouraging because it reflects a disengagement from politics that isn’t healthy for a democracy.

Today's Poll

Gas is down to $2.85 per gallon at at least one station in Kenosha. If you are spending less on gas, what will you do with the money you are saving?
Go out to eat more
Head to the movies or other entertainment
Sock it away
Pay off debt

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