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Athlete of the Week: Mike Tenuta

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Fire Station 4 expansion work begins

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Workers began to move dirt Monday at Kenosha Fire Station No. 4, where crews will build an addition that will house the department’s administrative offices.

Kingfish explode past Mallards

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The big innings keep coming for the Kenosha Kingfish.

Power to the pedals

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They came from as far away as Toronto. There were 9-year-olds and 60-somethings. There was even a whole family suited up for a day of pedal-powered racing Sunday at the Washington Park Velodrome.

Shapshot: Olanos create tasty empanadas at HarborMarket

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Leslie and Victor “Alex” Olano are owners of Olano's Empanadas, a food vendor at HarborMarket in Kenosha. They’ve been running the business for seven months.

What did you do over summer vacation?

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This is not how I remember spending my summers home from college.

Kingfish bats keep connecting

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KENOSHA — For the second consecutive night, the 3,000-plus fans who packed Simmons Field were treated to a fireworks show. The good thing for the Kenosha Kingfish and their fans on both evenings was the fireworks weren’t limited to the postgame.

What did you do over summer vacation?

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This is not how I remember spending my summers home from college.

Wish fulfilled: 87-year-old gets bluegrass concert

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One of Barbara Thomas' fondest memories from her childhood involved walking across her hometown in Mississippi to listen to the Grand Ole Opry on a battery-powered radio every Saturday night at her grandmother's house.

Dragon boat races bring people together, build team spirit

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PLEASANT PRAIRIE — With synchronized strokes, teams of 20 grazed Lake Andrea Saturday in the second annual Kenosha Area Dragon Boat Festival.

Kingfish explode for a 21-4 victory

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The Kenosha Kingfish may want to change their official team color to pink for the rest of the season.

Kenosha veteran reunited with military working dog

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MILWAUKEE — Moments before retired military working dog Boo walked off his flight, his former handler fiddled with an empty leash, waiting for the reunion after two years apart.

STEM camp strives to make science fun

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Picture this: a dozen kids barely able to stay in their seats, little hands flying in the air, clamoring to be the one called on by the teacher. To do what? Be the special helper? Get five extra minutes of snack time? How about answer a question about physics?

Tenuta edges Gordon for Junior Match Play crown

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KANSASVILLE — Mike Tenuta likely closed out his junior golf career in his best manner imaginable: with a victory in his first and only time playing the Junior Match Play Tournament.

11 years in prison for drunken driver in fatal crash

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There’s a hope that a repeat drunken driver who killed a 5-year-old boy in an October crash can turn this into something good.

Marking 10 years of miracles

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The Kenosha Miracle League marked its 10th anniversary with an All-Star Celebration on Wednesday night at the YMCA.

Group teaches local kids how to play lacrosse

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From the time they are quite young, local children can enroll in baseball, basketball and football programs. But what about lacrosse?

Wildlife technician eager to build relationships with community

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When Darren Ladwig was 13 years old and growing up in Rio, Wis., he knew he wanted to work for the Department of Natural Resources someday because he wanted a job with a direct impact on wildlife habitats and the environment.

Kenosha Unified swimming lessons make big splash

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Every spring, Kenosha parents line up in the early morning dark to make sure their kids get into one of the most popular summer programs in town — Kenosha Unified’s swimming lessons.

Miller overtakes Campbell to win Junior County Open

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KENOSHA — Tremper junior-to-be Ben Miller didn’t let a little wind prevent him from having a spectacular final round of the Junior County Open on Tuesday at Brighton Dale Links’ Blue Spruce Course.







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