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Menorah lighting a festive affair
Memorial ceremony remembers homeless who died
Obama to nominate Yates for deputy AG
A Life Remembered: Bus driver was a friend to all
4 found dead in Rockford
NYC ambush details released
Packers win
Man shot in fight at Super 8
Today's forecast
Down 21, Chargers beat 49ers in OT
Two NY cops 'assassinated'
Dissent, defiance greet Cuba thaw
Mankato drops DII football title game
MEN'S BASKETBALL: UWP wins
Police will be out in force tonight
Last HarborMarket of season held
Some Brighton residents enjoy traditional garbage day
Illinois expecting heavy tollway traffic
Off-duty bouncer beaten by customers in Madison
More than 70 arrested in Milwaukee protest
Continued mostly cloudy today
Friday's Prep Results
UW-Whitewater wins D-III football title
Traffic fatalities down statewide, locally
Forecast suggests Christmas may be more wet than white


Menorah lighting a festive affair

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With latkes and doughnuts making the rounds, it was a cheerful crowd that gathered to light the menorah in Civic Center Park Sunday afternoon.

Rabbi Rabbi Tzali Wilschanski, of B’nai Zedek Chabad in Kenosha, led the event, attended by about 30 people.


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Making the grade

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Central graduate Austin Damaschke was honored by the National Football Foundation as a Scholar-Athlete earlier this month at the 57th NFF Annual Awards Dinner at the Waldorf Astoria in New York.

Holiday tipping: Who gets paid and how much

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Tipping a service person is illogical if you stop to think about it. Why would rational people voluntarily pay more for a service than they must?

Tipping is not as rampant in other countries as it is in the United States. And besides, who carries cash anymore?

Van Hollen takes a poke at the press

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Wisconsin Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen, who didn’t run for re-election and will be leaving office on Jan. 5, took a jab at the press in an interview this week with The Associated Press.

Van Hollen served two terms as attorney general and surprised many political insiders when he decided not to run for a third term. This week he also said he would not be a candidate for the Wisconsin Supreme Court as some had speculated he might.

Have yourself a merry little contest!

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Oh, I worked very hard to come up with tough questions for the 2014 Kenosha News Holiday Movie Contest ... but you Kenosha News readers are just too clever. (Or maybe you spend too much of your free time watching movies!)

Still, I did manage to stump a few of the people who entered this year’s contest, and that’s something in this age of looking up everything on the Internet.



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A Rasmussen survey found 47 percent of those polled said they plan on sending Christmas cards, down from 54 percent last year and the lowest finding in several years. What's the holiday card situation at your house?
We still send some cards, but fewer than we used to.
Greeting friends and loved ones through the U.S. mail is a cordial tradition we're not about to give up.
Christmas cards? We quit sending them years ago.
We now use social media to send holiday cheer. It's faster and cheaper than mailing cards.

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