As young girl, Lily Karnes was a happy-go-lucky person who loved making people laugh.
It seems that when we are sequestered indoors, our bodies yearn for warmth, both internally and externally. We naturally crave those earthy flavors of root vegetables such as carrots, beets, parsnips and even rutabagas.
Absolutely nothing warms cold hands on a cold November afternoon quite like a steaming cup of tea. Herbs are wonderful plants to use for your own tasty mixes. With a little creativity, you can have a different tea for each day or mood, whether fruity, spicy, floral or soothing. Best of all, …
When Tiffany Krihwan was 10 years old, she learned how to sail, taking lessons and spending time on the water with her grandfather.
Editor's note: This is the first of two profiles of volunteers who will be honored at Tuesday's Reaching for Rainbows event. The second profile, featuring Lena Cooksey, will be published Monday.
When a group of Special Olympics athletes on a Kenosha-based women’s basketball team were competing recently for a chance to play in the state finals, they decided that win or lose, they were not going to go to state.
If you have a shoebox filled with old video game cartridges stuffed in a closet, you may want to think twice about throwing them out.
“It’s super fun.”
Congregations of diverse faiths gathered at St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church in downtown Kenosha Wednesday night seeking to promote understanding in response to violence against religious institutions and those who worship at them.