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State offers more money to Amazon
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Kenosha sets snowfall record
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‘People wanted change'
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Koch brothers' involvement with local election upsetting
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Tough day for unions
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Transformation Plan anxiety
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Endorsements revisited
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State Senate unanimously approves Bell bill
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    ‘Small Wonder’

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    The Rev. Georgette Wonders danced down the aisle of Bradford Community Church Unitarian Universalist whenever the choir and congregation sang Cris Williamson’s “Song of the Soul.”

    Conservation Congress OKs resolution regarding ice fishing shelters

    BRISTOL — A resolution seeking practical rules about the removal of ice fishing shelters, based on ice conditions rather than an arbitrary date, advanced Monday at the spring hearing of the Conservation Congress.

    County seeks security gates for parking lot

    A parking lot used by the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department and the Kenosha Police Department is about to become more secure under a proposal to install new $60,000 gates and safety system at its entrance.

    Fire station repairs, expansion to proceed

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    The Kenosha Public Safety and Welfare Committee voted Monday to deny an alderman’s request that money earmarked for a fire station’s expansion go toward another station’s repair.

    Paris eyes options in annexation of land by Kenosha

    PARIS — Town chairman Virgil Gentz is hoping the town can work with all parties involved in the potential loss of 348 acres of town land near I-94 to the city of Kenosha through annexation.

    Lockheed thanks Snap-on for contributions to latest jet fighter

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    Snap-on Inc.’s contributions to the military’s latest fighter jet were lauded Monday.

    News briefs: Police probe Monday night shooting

    One person was shot at 58th Street and 11th Avenue late Monday night.

    Event briefs: Railroading group to meet Wednesday

    STURTEVANT — Those with an interest in railroading are invited to the Western Union Junction Railroad Club’s monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Sturtevant Village Hall, 2801 89th St.

    Kenosha teen accused of burglaries

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    A Kenosha teen is accused two counts of burglary and one count of concealing stolen property in incidents that occurred between Jan. 23 and March 21.

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

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



    Artists open their doors for annual event

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    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

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    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.

    News briefs: Video gambling machines targeted in robbery

    Kenosha police investigated a report of a burglary involving video gambling machines at a tavern in the 8200 block of Sheridan Road Saturday.

    New aviation club at Central aims high

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    The idea seems a little pie in the sky — high schoolers building their own two-seater airplane and using it to earn their pilot’s licenses.

    Pomatto to receive arts award

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    H. June Pomatto has been chosen to receive the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Anderson Arts Center.

    A Life Remembered: June Ward was longtime, dedicated teacher

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    Each Monday, the Kenosha News takes a look at the life of a Kenosha County resident who recently died. We share with you, through the memories of family and friends, a life remembered.

    Local events: Memorial service set for minister

    KENOSHA — A memorial service for the Rev. Georgette Wonders, who died Friday, begins at 6 p.m. Monday at St. Mary’s Lutheran Church, 2001 80th St.

    Moving to Kenosha

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    What makes people want to move to Kenosha?