KENOSHA — If you were scoring on technical merit, the non-conference boys basketball game between Christian Life and Reuther on Thursday wouldn’t have rated too highly on proficiency.
BY BILL GUIDA
When they walked into his sixth-hour class for the first time in September, Todd Hardy gave this crop of students his opening day lecture.
The contract Kenosha Unified School District negotiated with teachers last month will be allowed to take effect, though the $1.65 million in bonus payments are on hold for another week.
KENOSHA — Adrian Mercardo came up with a key victory as the Indian Trail wrestling team edged Tremper 38-34 in a Southeast Conference dual at Tremper on Wednesday night.
With alternate-side street parking in effect in Kenosha, vehicle owners are reminded to check their calendar daily when parking overnight on city streets.
Any day that someone brings in treats to share at work is a good day, so when folks show up with ten kinds of holiday cookies — each one a potential winner — that’s a really good day.
The Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department offered a stunning visual reminder on the dangers of animals and roadways in a 21-second video involving a deputy’s vehicle and a deer.
Kenosha County residents woke up to a white Monday with additional snowfall overnight creating a wintry scene.
Rick Anton is owner of Anton's Greenhouse and Garden Centers in Pleasant Prairie and Evanston. His parents started the Evanston center in 1948, and the Pleasant Prairie center opened in 1977.
For Gary Hagen, every breath is precious.
SOMERS — The stars must have been aligned just right for Zavian Mercado.
The names of the Kenosha man and 49 other Wisconsin residents who died in the attack on Pearl Harbor 72 years ago are engraved on bricks in Navy Park at Kenosha’s lakefront.
KENOSHA — It’s understandable that Sidney Cooks would not remember the St. Joseph girls basketball team’s last victory over Shoreland Lutheran.
Made in the USA is not a sequel to Bruce Springsteen’s “Born in the USA,” but during this Christmas season many shoppers may be humming that refrain as they ferret through merchandise seeking the perfect gifts for their loved ones.
Judging by the cars in its parking lot and the customers in its aisles, it’s possible that a large contingent of Kenosha’s population hadn’t eaten for a week prior to visiting the city’s new Festival Foods.
The Central boys wrestling team did something Thursday night it hadn’t done since 2008, according to coaches on both teams.
JOHANNESBURG — Nelson Mandela was a master of forgiveness.