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DNR: Hunters 4 wolves shy of Wisconsin limit

Hunters are four wolves shy of Wisconsin's statewide kill limit, throwing the prospect of using dogs in this year's hunt into doubt.


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Falcons’ new coach sees positive signs

The Central boys basketball team finished 6-16 overall and 3-11 in the eight-team Southern Lakes Conference last season, and the Wisconsin Basketball Yearbook picks the Falcons to again finish in the conference basement.

But according to first-year coach Gordon Nikolic, the arrow is pointing up for the Falcons.

Opera, Kenosha style

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Editor’s note: Reprinted with permission from the final issue of She, a magazine for southeastern Wisconsin women. For more information, go to she-magazine.com.

Southeast Wisconsin Performing Arts was founded by Kathryn Peperkorn, who was a vocal teacher in the Kenosha area as well as a member of the Milwaukee Florentine Opera Company.

Community has a role in abuse prevention

Kenosha Police Chief John W. Morrissey, in a guest column in the Kenosha News on Wednesday, said that everyone in the community can play a role in preventing domestic violence and child abuse “by becoming advocates and reporting the abuse.”

We support that idea and would like to add one more area of concern: elder abuse.

Gallery of Trees brings the bling to the holidays

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A Kenosha family tradition begins again as “Christmas at Kemper” kicks off the holiday season with its Opening Night Gala at the Anderson Arts Center at 6 p.m. Saturday.

“It will be the most fantastic holiday open house you’ve ever been to. That’s what people should expect,” Kemper Center Director Don Gillespie said.



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With Thanksgiving now behind us, many people are quick to turn their attention to Christmas or Hanukkah. When do the decorations go up at your house?
I pull them out the day after Thanksgiving.
Dec. 1 is the magic date at my house.
I'm lucky if I get around to it by mid-December.
I don't decorate.
My tree was already up on Thanksgiving day.

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