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A number of Kenosha County area students have been named to the Dean’s List at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee for the spring 2019 semester.

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Fiji — the resident cat of the Picton Castle ship— has been found in Erie, PA, according to Erie News Now.Fiji found her way around Kenosha and back to the ship when it was here for the Tall Ships Challenge in early August. Among her stops was Captain Mike's downtown for Sunday night music. …

Throughout the week, we feature a submitted photo from the community on our Good Morning page on A2 of the Kenosha News. Here is a collection of the photos of the day that have been published so far in the month of August.

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Dr. Seuss is a famous children’s author. He gave us more than 60 books translated into 20 different languages. So when he tells us, “Sometimes you will never know the value of a moment, until it becomes a memory,” we are inclined to pause, contemplate and value that advice.

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Three days of beautiful weather, seven tall ships, great food, good music and interesting vendors produces a winning combination for a new festival. Add to that hundreds of volunteers and thousands of visitors from near and far and you have a strong memory for all to share.

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A number of Kenosha area students received degrees during the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s spring commencement ceremonies, May 10-11.

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While some may be relaxing by the pool or working at a summer job, Rebecca Brewer from Silver Lake joined more than 700 other Belmont University students who participated in one of 45 faculty-led Maymester and Summer Study Abroad programs.

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With light easterly winds and temperatures hovering in the high 70s and low 80s, hundreds of visitors converged Sunday for a chance to board, tour and even sail inside a piece of living history on the final day of the Tall Ships of America Tall Ships Challenge in Kenosha’s harbor.

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Kenosha Harbor is finally lined with the Tall Ships and ready for the festival to begin after Thursday’s opening ceremony.

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Today’s problem: JC wrote, “There are so many bicycle lanes now that it can be hard to find a place to pull over to use your cellphone. So where to park when, e.g. you’re in a subdivision and you want to check your email or texts safely? It’s not nice to use private property, like a driveway…

The Parade of Sail took place Thursday around the Kenosha harbor, with the seven tall ships that will be docking in Kenosha until Aug. 4 making their first appearance all together. 

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Tall ships cruised the lakefront before making their grand entrance on Thursday, patiently waiting for what is poised to be a weekend to remember in downtown Kenosha.

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One of the most anticipated local events in years has finally arrived.

These photos were sent in by George Manesis, whose wife Georgia has been working on and tending to a collection of flowers on their property on 79th Street for 20 years. 

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Today’s problem: A reader contacted Fix It questioning why what appears to be a sump pump discharges into the roadway on the west side of the 5500 block of Green Bay Road.

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At Kenosha Tall Ships 2019, visitors can take a deck tour, or view the ships from the water on a sail-away. One of the visiting ships offering sail-aways is the popular Appledore IV of Bay City, Mich.

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Stanley and Dorothy Kerkman of Waterford will mark their 70th wedding anniversary with an open house on Aug. 18 at 2 p.m. at Local Folks at Slades Corners.

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Dennis and Hede Horne of Kenosha marked their 50th wedding anniversary with a family celebration July 6-13 at Playa Del Carmen, Mexico.

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Frank and Marnie Klein of Kenosha celebrated their pending 60th anniversary with a family dinner at the Hob Nob.

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Frank and Delores Aiello celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary with a family dinner at the Hob Nob on June 8.

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Lindsay Swenson and David Reget, both of Racine, Wisc., were married on June 28, 2019 at the Kenosha Civil War Museum.  Dustin Heyden preformed the 3 p.m. ceremony for the daughter of Judy and Mark L. Swenson, Sr. of Kenosha, Wisc., and the son of Greg Reget of Kenosha and Kelly Tumeo, also …

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Demeisha Crawford and David O’Loughlin, both of Tomball, Tex., were married on May 26, 2019 at The Chapel at Lindsay Lakes in Cypress, Tex.  Lionel Young, Sr., great-grandfather to the bride, performed the 4 p.m. ceremony for the couple.  Demeisha is the daughter of David and Neisha Harris o…