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Team of directors comes together for ‘Joseph’

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The Kenosha Youth Performing Arts Company requires a lot of teamwork.

Pike River Rendezvous at Simmons Island Saturday and Sunday

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The Pike River Rendezvous begins Saturday, with an opening ceremony scheduled for 10 a.m.

Kingfish sweep first-place Chinooks

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The Kenosha Kingfish couldn’t have dreamt of a more productive day than Wednesday.

AG hopeful Richards outlines views on gay marriage, other topics

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Wisconsin Attorney General hopeful Jon Richards says he wouldn’t defend state laws he believes violate rights granted by the United States Constitution.

ELCA summer camp expands with move into new digs

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For more than a decade, the ELCA Outreach Center summer camp has been held in a basement of a church — a good, safe space, but one without air conditioning or a dedicated playground.

Kenosha rabbi changed by visit to Germany, Czech Republic

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A day after returning from a mission to Berlin and the Czech Republic, Rabbi Dena Feingold, of Kenosha, reflected on what it meant to participate in the dedication of a memorial honoring Regina Jonas, the world’s first ordained female rabbi.

Kenosha Chamber hands out honors at annual meeting

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The Kenosha Area Chamber of Commerce celebrated a year of accomplishment at its annual meeting Tuesday.

Snapshot: Boat captain goes all out for Venetian Night parade

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Duane O'Keefe promised to go bigger and better after wining last year's Venetian Night Parade of Lights with his boat commemorating the New York City fire department.

Kenosha welcomes home its cars

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All roads lead to home, and for the Nash, AMC, Jeep, Renault and Chrysler cars, home is Kenosha, where scores of models and makes were produced on the assembly line.

Walker begins statewide Harley tour at Uke’s

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Gov. Scott Walker kicked off his two-day “Governor’s Ride” across Wisconsin this morning at Uke’s Harley-Davidson in Kenosha.

Local actress plays lead role in Lakeside Players’ rendition of ‘Hamlet’

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Laura Chartrand is no stranger to a gender-swapped role.

Psychological thriller sparks ethics debate at Sixth Street Theatre

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RACINE — Should people write about heinous criminals in an attempt to educate the general public, or does a publication about a serial killer’s crimes give him immortality?

Kingfish shut out Rafters, 2-0

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KENOSHA — After scoring a total of 41 runs last weekend while winning their final three games before the Northwoods League All-Star break, the Kenosha Kingfish returned to action Thursday night and their pitchers stole the show in a 2-0 victory over the Wisconsin Rapids Rafters before 2,420 fans at Simmons Field.

Homecoming draws AMC buffs from great distances

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Gateway to receive $1.9M for worker training

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STURTEVANT — A $1.89 million state award will go toward reducing student waiting lists and expanding enrollment capacity in high-demand program areas at Gateway Technical College, officials said Wednesday.

Country Thunder rolling into Kenosha County

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RANDALL — Thirty-five thousand feet of fencing, 1,200 portable toilets, 3,000 sets of chairs and tables and 200 cases of toilet paper being transported to the Kenosha County festival grounds can only mean one thing: Country Thunder is about to begin.

Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department video shows high-speed chase

A dramatic video posted on the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department Facebook page gives the deputy’s view of a high-speed chase on Interstate 94 Tuesday afternoon.

Free orchestra lessons motivate budding musicians

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Kaiden Weiher, 9, is jazzed about Mozart. He is jazzed about orchestra lessons. He is jazzed about being wide awake at 9 a.m. on a Wednesday in the middle of summer.

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.







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