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    News briefs: Teen cited for inappropriate comments

    A 15-year-old boy was arrested and cited after he admitted to Kenosha police that he made inappropriate comments to two Nash Elementary students working on the safety patrol.

    Boxing returns to Kenosha


    Lit from above, the boxers sparred. Gloved fists, dulled thumps, the swish of fast footwork, calls from the crowd.

    Are Kenosha County roundabouts safer?


    Intersections in Kenosha County that were reconstructed as a roundabout tend to have fewer traffic collisions reported, according to Kenosha County Public Works.

    The wiener and still champion....


    PADDOCK LAKE — Minutes after winning the Top Dog trophy, Ellie was limping.

    Companies willing to pay more for right employees

    Some Kenosha County employers, faced with stiffer competition and a small pool of technically trained workers, are willing to pay a little more and in some cases reduce job requirements to find the right employees.

    Runners get down and dirty in Pleasant Prairie


    Where does one wear their duct tape when running in the Pleasant Prairie Mud Run?

    Event briefs: Program about older drivers set

    KENOSHA — A program on getting senior loved ones to give up driving begins at 6 p.m. Monday at Northside Library, 1500 27th Ave.

    Paddock Lake land sale clears way for development

    PADDOCK LAKE — The last of three tracts of land Paddock Lake accepted from banks after developers defaulted has been sold.

    ‘Suspicious’ package proves to be harmless

    TWIN LAKES — What was called in as a suspicious package, unmarked and left early Friday morning outside the post office at 170 Lance Drive turned out to be a large, sealed box containing only smaller empty boxes.

    Former mayor Wallace Burkee dies at 88


    Former Kenosha mayor Wallace E. Burkee’s family remembered him Friday as having an abiding love for the city and its people.

    Firefighters rescue woman from smoke-filled apartment

    A 34-year-old Kenosha woman was flown to Froedtert Hospital in critical condition early Friday after being rescued from her smoke-filled, second floor apartment by Kenosha Fire Department personnel.

    Hearing examiner rejects railroad gates at 88th Avenue spur

    The state still believes no automated signal is needed at a spur crossing on 88th Avenue (Highway H) where two crashes happened this summer.

    1919 vehicle returns home for Fall Harvest Days


    Bristol resident Ted Palmen welcomed back an old friend Friday at the Southeast Wisconsin Antique Power and Collectibles Society's Fall Harvest Days in Union Grove.

    Pending approvals, work at KYF building set for January


    The developer for the Residences at Library Park project said work to convert the former Kenosha Youth Foundation building into apartments will begin in January.

    Most dress code revisions well received by students

    A new dress code for Kenosha Unified School District students has generally been well received by students, but they still miss their yoga pants.

    Event briefs: State vice chairman to visit Republican field office

    KENOSHA — The Republican Party of Wisconsin will host Brian Schimming, vice chairman of WISGOP, at the Kenosha Field Office, 3203 Washington Road, a 3 p.m. today.

    State panel approves upgrades to wastewater system at local plant

    MADISON — The Wisconsin Public Service Commission Thursday approved a $14 million project to replace the original wastewater treatment facility at We Energies’ Pleasant Prairie Power Plant that functioned poorly and risked not complying with pollution permits.

    News briefs: Driver charged with sixth drunken driving offense

    A Silver Lake man was arrested for his sixth drunken driving offense after nearly rolling his vehicle on Highway 50 near Highway B Tuesday night, according to a Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department report.

    Hard Rock launches website, details potential Kenosha casino jobs


    Feeling confident that Gov. Scott Walker will approve their casino plans, the Menominee Nation and Hard Rock have created a website where curious job seekers can learn more about the 3,000 jobs planned for Kenosha.