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    Some seek more contribution to health plan from county employees

    Some Kenosha County officials believe employees should be contributing more toward their health plan.

    County seeks alcohol sales to boost golf profitability

    Kenosha County’s golf division is expected to end the year with a small profit, but board supervisors believe it can be even more lucrative.

    Plans move forward for indoor HarborMarket

    Two weeks after the outdoor open market season has ended, plans for a permanent indoor HarborMarket are still in the works as officials hope to have a feasibility study and state grant funding in place soon.

    Chamber program hosts high schoolers in business learning


    The Kenosha Area Chamber of Commerce, after last year’s successful launch, is starting its second Business and Education Partners Program for high school freshmen.

    Woman, child struck by SUV


    Kenosha Police are investigating an accident in front of Goodwill, 6100 75th St., that sent a woman and a 6-year-old boy to the hospital.

    News briefs: Kenosha man killed in motorcycle crash

    A 24-year-old Kenosha man has been identified in a fatal motorcycle crash involving a deer at 11:18 p.m. Saturday in the 12800 block of Highway 45 in Bristol.

    Deadlines near for early in-person, absentee voting

    Friday is the last day for in-person absentee voting in Wisconsin, while mailed absentee ballots must be requested by Thursday, according to the Government Accountability Board.

    Event briefs: Ballroom dancing class for kids to begin

    KENOSHA — A ballroom dancing class for ages 10 and older begins Thursday at the Kemper Center, 6501 Third Ave.

    History Mystery: Kenosha Evening News started 120 years ago


    Question: How many pages comprised the first edition of the Kenosha Evening News?

    UW-Parkside unveils new campus master plan


    The University of Wisconsin-Parkside master plan released today hints at how the campus will change, and what its leaders think will be important going forward.

    Kingfish put fans first


    Conor Caloia, Vern Stenman and Steve Schmitt comprise Big Top Baseball, the parent group that owns four Northwoods League franchises: the Madison Mallards, the Wisconsin Rapids Rafters, the Green Bay Bullfrogs and the Kenosha Kingfish.