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Theatrical ‘Dirty Rotten Scoundrels’ at Carthage


Carthage College Theatre will perform a stage adaptation of a comedic film in its production of “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels,” opening today.

New Carthage exhibit is open for interpretation


The H. F. Johnson Gallery of Art at Carthage College explores complex systems of patterns, geometric relationships and layering of line in its “Chance Aesthetics” exhibition, open through May 3.

‘Anne Frank’ opens at the Rhode


Lakeside Players takes on a story known around the world in its production of “The Diary of Anne Frank,” opening today at the Rhode Center for the Arts.

MCC baseball roundup: Game slips away from Shoreland late


The Shoreland Lutheran baseball team surrendered seven runs in the sixth and seventh innings Thursday to turn a tight game into an 8-1 Metro Classic Conference loss to Greendale Martin Luther in Somers.

Another man charged in fatal shooting


A man police say set up last week’s fatal robbery was charged Thursday with felony murder.

Mock accident teaches drinking-and-driving lesson as prom approaches


PADDOCK LAKE — Central High School juniors and seniors got a visual — and loud — message about the dangers of drinking and driving Thursday, two days before Saturday’s prom.

Racine man pleads not guilty of Ratliff murder


RACINE — The Racine man charged with fatally shooting a Kenosha man after an argument in downtown Racine has pleaded not guilty to homicide.

Carthage drops lacrosse match


Carthage dropped a Midwest Lacrosse Conference match against Concordia, 9-5, at Art Keller Field on Wednesday.

Weis-Way Dairy Farm to host Dairy Breakfast


PARIS — Dan and Marie Weis will welcome visitors to their dairy farm with a big breakfast on June 14.

Snyder: Mangia’s new chef dishes on food trends, menu items and carrot cake


Jason Gorman has a tall order — to refresh Mangia Trattoria, which has set a high standard of dining in Kenosha for the past 26 years.

College roundup: UWM outshines UWP at Simmons


The UW-Milwaukee baseball team celebrated the first night game and first college game in refurbished Simmons Field with a 13-3 win over UW-Parkside on Tuesday in the Wisconsin World Series.

New steps in prosthetics technology


MOUNT PLEASANT — Most people know the discomfort and blistering that comes with shoes that don’t fit properly. Correcting the problem is as simple as finding another pair of shoes.

Better by leaps and bounds


Mark Grobner went through four prosthetic legs before finding the one that worked for him. In September 1995, Grobner lost his right leg just below the knee when injured by a forklift on the job in south-suburban Chicago. At the time he was first fitted with a prosthetic that used a pin suspension system.

Athlete of the Week: Kayla Konwent


Malsack, Devils best Panthers


The Bradford softball team jumped to a 7-0 lead and held off Wilmot for an 8-5 non-conference win at Wilmot on Monday.

Garcia gets life in prison plus 33 years for Mezera murder


There was no apology for family members of Lisa Marie Mezera, who attended a sentencing hearing Monday afternoon looking for some form of justice.

Officials hint at big developments in the works

New announcements on business development in Kenosha are expected this spring, several local officials said.

History Mystery: Tracking Kenosha’s brick streets


Last week’s question: Where is the longest section of remaining brick street in Kenosha?

Minor damage in duplex fire


The Kenosha Fire Department acted swiftly in extinguishing a house fire at 4307 Sheridan Road just before 7 a.m. Monday.

Snapshot: Military historian uses the past to educate for the future


A German helmet from World War II and bitter memories from that conflict were handed down to Carl Bogar Jr. from his grandfather. Both guided Bogar to a military career and finally to becoming a military historian and founder of Historic Military Impressions.

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