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Potawatomi at risk of losing games
Rising value of homes is good news
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What the visitors tell us
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Students performing operas at Reuther
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Letter writer's zanyanalysis brings laughs
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City struggles to find new engineers
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Kenosha alderman seeking protection for good Samaritans
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Northwestern's visit to Parkside spurs Kenosha potshots
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Visitors from Joliet like Kenosha's lakefront, say roads need help
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Parents, children busy shopping for school supplies
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An ongoing war on black males
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Have you heard? Hearing tests recommended for people over 65
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    Lakewood students get red carpet treatment

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    Lakewood School families got the red carpet treatment when they arrived at Open House Thursday. Students were the celebrities as they entered the building and took part in a photo shoot.

    Fix It: Trees out, replacements on the way

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    Today’s problem: “I think that I shall never see/A poem lovely as a tree.”*

    Aldermen claim exclusive weekly air time for council member unfair

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    A number of aldermen are crying foul over being excluded from a WLIP programming block that sets aside a weekly time slot for Alderman David Bogdala.

    Be prepared for rain this weekend

    If you have Labor Day weekend plans in the Kenosha area, be prepared duck under umbrellas and other forms of shelter at your outings.

    Boosters bullish about state of downtown Kenosha

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    Build it and they may come.

    County exec cuts city’s price for Wi-Fi plan

    The county executive’s office has renewed its push to bring free, wireless Internet to the downtown area, although city officials are still uneasy about joining in on the plan.

    News briefs: High-speed chase leads to arrest

    A 19-year-old Kenosha man led police on a high-speed chase in the 6200 block of 20th Avenue just after 3 p.m. Wednesday.

    Jensen attorneys file appeal brief

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    Attorneys for Mark D. Jensen are holding firm to their argument that a letter written by his wife days before her death was a key piece of evidence that was wrongfully used in the trial that led to Jensen’s 2008 murder conviction.

    Boys and Girls Club of Kenosha appoints new leader

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    Scott McLellan, the new chief professional officer for the Boys and Girls Club of Kenosha, knows first hand the difference the organization can make in the lives of children.

    Labor Day closings, scheduling changes

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    All county, city, village and town offices in Kenosha County will be closed on Monday, Labor Day.

    Home values on the uptick

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    After several years of dwindling home prices, Kenosha homes are regaining value.