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    Cheese-a-Palooza a hit in its first year

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    It was an eleventh-hour decision. Deanna Smith hadn't planned to enter a cooking contest. She just wanted to enjoy the sunny day along the harbor.

    High-tech hide and seek

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    You’re never too old to search for hidden treasure. And the real-world hunt is happening all around you.

    News briefs: Women nabbed for shoplifting spree

    Two women were arrested for shoplifting nearly $400 worth of clothes and shoes from Kohl’s, 7200 Green Bay Road, shortly before 5 p.m. Saturday.

    More than 700 cars fill downtown streets

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    Despite the threat of rain, the Kenosha Classic Cruise-in drew 748 cars from five states and thousands of people to downtown Kenosha Saturday.

    Threatening weather can’t stop school supplies giveaway

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    Sprinkles that gave way to big raindrops couldn’t dampen the Wolfpack Motorcycle Club’s book bag giveaway Saturday.

    Event briefs: Unified retirees invited to gathering

    KENOSHA — All retired Kenosha Unified School District teachers, administrators and staff are invited to a gathering Wednesday.

    Apple crop appears strong despite harsh winter

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    The Kenosha County apple crop may not be able to compare to last year's record-setting harvest. But it is still a bushel and a peck above average, local growers report.

    ‘I would loved to be healed of this’

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    “I believe in God and happy endings in heaven, but I would love to be healed of this,” the Rev. Benjamin Reese said Friday.