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State Sen. Bob Wirch hailed a proposed bill that would require criminal convictions before the government could seize real estate, money and other assets based only on police allegations that the items were connected to suspects’ criminal activities.

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It’s not like when he spent five seasons as the head football coach at Bradford from 2013 through 2017, Matt Rizzo didn’t do everything he could to keep his players healthy throughout practices and games.

For third-year Wilmot football coach Keiya Square, there’s more than enough reasons for optimism heading into 2019.

After spending over a decade as an assistant coach in the high school football hotbed of South Carolina, second-year Bradford head coach Troy Bowe — a Kenosha native — moved about 750 miles back home last June to take the reins at Bradford.

Jaeden Zackery and Chelby Koker were honored with one final award recently for their standout senior seasons with the Central boys and Shoreland Lutheran girls basketball teams, respectively.

For the second straight season, the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association bestowed Central senior guard Jaeden Zackery with an award commensurate with his talented peers throughout the state.

It took a buzzer-beater from Southern Lakes Conference rival Elkhorn in last week’s Division-2 sectional semifinal to keep the Central boys basketball team from a return trip to state.

PADDOCK LAKE — After three seasons that have included two Southern Lakes Conference championships, three regional titles and a sectional title, senior guard Jaeden Zackery admitted he’s losing track of where he’s keeping the pieces of net the Central boys basketball team keeps cutting down.

RACINE — After getting torched by senior sensation Marquise Milton for an average of 34.5 points per game in a pair of regular-season losses, the Indian Trail boys basketball team knew that it had to take a different tact on Friday against Southeast Conference rival Racine Horlick in a WIAA …

The Central boys basketball team left no doubt in its WIAA Division-2 playoff opener Friday night.

WILMOT — One 3-pointer after another, the Wilmot boys basketball team found the rim or the backboard, anything but the net, and time seemed to be dwindling away on the Panthers’ season with a deluge of missed shots.

The Central boys basketball team begins its quest to return to the WIAA Division-2 State Tournament for the second straight season when it hosts Waterford in a regional semifinal tonight.


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.