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Prep soccer roundup: Tremper stops Badger, 1-0


An early goal less than four minutes into the match was all the Tremper soccer team needed in a 1-0 non-conference victory over Badger on Thursday night at Ameche Field.

Commission not ready to rule on Thomsen investigation


The city’s Police and Fire Commission said Thursday it needed more time to decide whether to hold a hearing into allegations made against Kenosha Fire Chief John Thomsen.

A royal day at Pleasant Prairie Elementary


PLEASANT PRAIRIE — Students and teachers throughout Pleasant Prairie Elementary School dressed as royalty on Thursday, as kings, queens, princesses and knights roamed the castle-themed library.

Meaningful restitution sought in cemetery theft case


A judge wants to see a Kenosha woman who stole at least $180,500 from a local cemetery association make substantial repayments.

Salem School students hear Holocaust survivor stories


SALEM — Some suitcases — plastered with stickers from far-off locals — can be used to tell stories of adventure.

Man charged in RecPlex video case faces child porn charges in Illinois


The man police believe was behind the video cameras placed in a Pleasant Prairie RecPlex locker room is back in custody, this time on a child pornography warrant from Lake County, Ill.

Inspired by classmates, All Saints students surpass fundraising goal


Nearly 700 warm-blooded students, staff and parents from All Saints Catholic School made a two-mile pilgrimage through Wednesday morning’s blustery weather, concluding a fundraiser aimed at finding a cure for Type 1 diabetes.

Two-goal flurry lifts Tremper over Indian Trail


Facing a halftime deficit, the Tremper girls soccer team scored twice in a 39-second span midway through the second half in a 2-1 Southeast Conference victory over Indian Trail on Tuesday night at chilly Ameche Field.

RecPlex video defendant faces 11 felonies


The woman police say placed cameras in Pleasant Prairie RecPlex lockers to videotape female patrons while they changed was charged Tuesday with 11 felonies.

ON CAMPUS: Guttormsen helps OSU to rare win over Texas



Athlete of the Week: Alyssa Hrncar


History Mystery: Kenosha’s Statue of Liberty takes up new residence in museum


Last week’s question: Whatever happened to the Statue of Liberty statue in Civic Center Park?

Artists open their doors for annual event


Lisa and Rebecca Bigalke know that hitting the books means bringing forth their art in a most sustainable, earth-friendly and fun way.

Snapshot: He sets his sights on the birds


Rick Fare, 69, of Racine, is the education chairman with Hoy Audubon Society and has been watching birds for more than 30 years. Along with daily birding, Fare hosts classes for those interested in the activity.

‘We want to create an extended family here’


Cheese, beer festival a hit


So many beers; so little time to sample.

KAFASI honors its volunteers


Ceacy Moore volunteered every day last week, just one extra day over her usual six-day volunteer work week.

This just inked: Tattoo parlors on the rise in Kenosha


Early last year, it wasn’t easy finding a tattoo parlor in Kenosha.

Playing — and racing — with food at Curtis Strange


Parts breaking during a car race should not come as any surprise to a gear head. Rarely, though, when looking for parts to fix an axle, will you hear that someone in the room ate the last one.

‘Becky’s New Car’ appealing thanks to originality of laughs


Over Our Head Players is bringing a warm, romantic comedy to Sixth Street Theatre in “Becky’s New Car,” opening tonight.

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