Steve Ludwig was the 2-mile winner at the Mayor's Turkey Day Run. More coverage later at kenoshanews.com and in Friday's News.
SOMERS — The village and town boards unanimously approved changes to voting wards in their municipalities in the event of possible annexation of the remaining town.
Under the proposal Clerk-Treasurer Tim Kitzman presented Tuesday night, the village would have 12 voting wards and the town, two.
KENOSHA — As expected, Kenosha County’s four Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association playoff qualifiers — Indian Trail, St. Joseph, Shoreland Lutheran and Wilmot — are well represented on the 51st annual Kenosha News All-County football team.
While Christian Life’s quest for its first postseason berth fell short, the Eagles did receive a consolation prize: Senior Luke Willkomm became the first player to earn first-team All-County honors in the three-year history of the program.
Teresa Keller used to joke that she was pantry-challenged. She often relied on a flashlight to search the deep, dark cupboard that held her canned goods and other food items.
When she and her husband, Dave, decided to build a home in Sunbury, Ohio, a proper pantry was a priority.
One of the things Americans should be thankful for — on Thanksgiving Day and every day — is this nation’s democratic tradition.
And few places have demonstrated the wonders of that democratic tradition than the town of Brighton in western Kenosha County, which will revert to the old-fashioned style of garbage collection this Saturday. That means everybody drops off their garbage at the Town Hall. From there it is taken to a landfill.
While we’re busy getting ready for the Thanksgiving feeding frenzy, let us pause for a moment to recognize “turkeys” of another sort. We’re thankful for all our blessings through the year, but perhaps we are most thankful to celebrities whose bad behavior so entertains us through these cold winters.
The honors go to ...