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Teen injured in Sheboygan falls farm accident

Officials say a teenager was seriously injured after he got caught in a piece of farm machinery in Sheboygan Falls.

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Kenosha loves its pizza


In Kenosha, for one night, the biggest pizzeria in town can be found on Washington Road.

And more than 650 people found the Great Pizza Bake-Off to their liking Sunday, where 11 restaurants showcased their very best pies for the public at the United Auto Workers Local 72, 3615 Washington Road.


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Tips for tackling tax season


To help maximize refunds and avoid time-consuming complications, tax preparers are urging locals to gather all pertinent financial documents before filing their tax returns this season.

Deb Tuszkiewicz, a registered tax preparer with Liberty Tax Service, recommends people gather all of their income statements before filing, especially documents related to wages, bank interest, stock dividends and unemployment payments.

KUSD shines in annual Choral Fest

LAUREL — To organizers of Kenosha Unified’s Choral Fest, who sold 2,687 tickets to last Saturday’s event at Bradford High School. The 49th annual event is a spectacular showcase for the talent among the school district’s students. KUSD’s Coordinator of Fine Arts Scott Plank explained the role music can play in a student’s life: “I really believe the more we involve our students in fine arts the more engaged they are in school (and) the better they do academically.” Extracurricular events, including sports, can play a vital role in energizing students who may need a push to strive for academic success.


Today's Poll

Do you believe Gov. Scott Walker will reconsider his denial of the Kenosha casino before Thursday's deadline?
No. He's too concerned about a negative effect on his presidential aspirations.
Yes. With last week's offer by the Menominee Nation and Hard Rock International to foot part of the bill for a new Milwaukee Bucks arena, the deal has become too sweet for him to refuse.
Yes. He never should have denied it in the first place.
No. He made the right decision the first time around.

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