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Archdiocese bankruptcy case heads to mediation
Some numbers for the Kennedy Park debate
The GOP as the party of reform
Sick? Some of you can stay home
Fragrant memories
Lawn diseases hard to diagnose
Law enforcement wraps up another Country Thunder
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Central coach earns national honor
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11 years in prison for drunken driver in fatal crash
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Priebus plots 2016 GOP strategy, ponders return to Kenosha
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Traffic control: Ducks need escort to get to the lake
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Shapshot: Olanos create tasty empanadas at HarborMarket
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It's time for acceptanceof all lifestyles
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Arts award honors Pomatto
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Foster families sought for teen boys
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The hidden immigration crisis
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    Sheriff’s emails raise questions

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    Kenosha County Sheriff David Beth’s use of work email to correct what he says is misinformation about budgeted items has some taking him to task for allegedly campaigning on county time and equipment.

    Wheatland school referendum vote set

    WHEATLAND — Residents in the Wheatland Center School District will vote Oct. 14 whether to allow the district to exceed its revenue cap by $625,000 per year for four years to meet operational expenses.

    Many protest Kennedy Drive closure plan

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    With Lake Michigan as their backdrop, a group of Kenosha residents took to Pennoyer Park Wednesday to protest the proposed closing of Kennedy Drive.

    One man organizes his own protest of Kennedy Drive closure plans

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    Rather than direct his displeasure at one alderman, a Kenosha man has organized his own protests to highlight his concerns with the plan to close Kennedy Drive.

    Local small firms seeking more workers

    Nationally, a long-awaited surge in hiring by small businesses appears to be underway, and Kenosha County businesses are riding that wave.

    City cleans up after extensive graffiti in Poerio Park

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    City taxpayers ultimately will be responsible for an estimated $1,000 in clean-up costs related to extensive graffiti painted Friday night at Poerio Park, according to Kenosha Parks Superintendent Jeff Warnock.

    Taste of Wisconsin draws biggest crowds ever

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    Taste of Wisconsin shattered the attendance record this year, with 43,528 people coming through the gates.

    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.

    Man expected to take plea, testify in robbery-murder case

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    The man police say set up an April robbery that turned fatal has agreed to cooperate with prosecutors and is expected to take a plea deal and testify at the other two defendants’ trials.

    Today’s event briefs: Pike River Rendezous set for weekend

    KENOSHA — The 17th annual Pike River Rendezvous is set for Saturday and Sunday at Simmons Island.

    Two Kenosha men charged in Racine County with gun theft

    Two Kenosha men stole guns from an apartment, police say, walking out with three firearms and hundreds of rounds of ammunition.

    Local club, Parkside team up to offer kids post-secondary- school incentive

    Students who successfully complete a program at the Boys and Girls Club of Kenosha will be guaranteed admission to the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, no matter how they score on the ACT.

    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.

    It’s almost August? Do you know where your summer is?

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    I don’t mean to scare you — OK, I do — but a glance at my trusty calendar tells me August starts on Friday.



    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.

    News briefs: Man arrested for battery at music fest

    Kenosha Sheriff’s deputies were called to the Miller Campground at Country Thunder, 2305 Lance Drive, at 7:30 p.m. Saturday when a 27-year-old Plano, Ill., man reportedly pushed a woman to the ground causing a head injury.

    Bristol woman identified as fatal crash victim

    Authorities have identified a Bristol woman as the victim of Monday night’s fatal car crash in the 21700 block of Highway C.

    Ryan poverty plan drawing mix of praise, criticism

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    U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan’s plan to combat poverty is inspiring both praise and debate.

    7 things to know about Costco and its plans locally

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    A proposed Costco store that cleared the Pleasant Prairie Plan Commission Monday night will go before the Village Board for final review next week.

    Primary rules force Kenosha County voters to pick their battle

    For Kenosha County voters, the Aug. 12 partisan primary will present a question: Which race is most important?

    Today’s event briefs

    KENOSHA — A folk music hootenanny will be 7 to 10 p.m. Friday at the Anderson Arts Center, 121 66th St.

    Allie Draeger serving as de facto fire chief in Silver Lake

    SILVER LAKE — Allie Draeger is serving as the de facto Silver Lake fire chief following the resignation of Dave Kordecki.

    Today’s Business Briefs

    Festival Foods announced Tuesday the business will expand to Mount Pleasant.

    State wants 2012 baby death case tried or resolved

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    WAUKEGAN, ILL. — Prosecutors want to see something definite happen soon in the case of a babysitter charged with killing a 3-month-old Kenosha girl.

    Law enforcement wraps up another Country Thunder

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    When country music fans packed up their tents and exited Country Thunder campgrounds in Randall Monday, the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department finally was able to assess the four-day festival from a law enforcement perspective.

    Festival Foods CEO named Grocer of the Year

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    Mark Skogen, president and CEO of Skogen’s Festival Foods, was named 2014 Grocer of the Year by the Wisconsin Grocers Association Monday.