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    Will Kenosha County ever reach bike-friendly status?


    Ralph Ruffolo, owner of Southport Rigging/The Bicycle Shop, was instrumental in bringing Steve Clark of the League of American Bicyclists here in June to help local communities assess strengths and weaknesses as they consider applying for the league’s “Bicycle Friendly Community” status.

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    RANDALL — Empty beer cans — and other remnants of the previous night — littered the ground Saturday in the campgrounds at the 2014 Country Thunder music festival.

    Parks plan echoes desires of public

    The redesign of Kennedy and Pennoyer parks would include a new trail that would allow pedestrians and bicyclists to remain on a lakeside trail without crossings roads from Eichelman Park to Carthage College.

    Kenosha welcomes home its cars


    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.

    Four escape injury when train hits car

    Four young people escaped from a car before it was destroyed by a train Friday night in Trevor.

    Habitat for Humanity breaks ground on second home in Kenosha


    Habitat for Humanity broke ground on its second home in Kenosha Saturday to help single mom Lisa Lavine and her children Jennifer, 13, and Richie, 9.

    Event briefs: Anime Club to meet at Salem library

    SALEM — The Anime Club meets 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday at Community Library, 24615 89th St., Salem.

    Walker begins statewide Harley tour at Uke’s


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