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In almost an unprecedented move, Carthage College announced on Tuesday it is reducing tuition by 30 percent beginning next year.

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What do the first moon landing, Woodstock, Richard Nixon’s presidency and the grand opening of Bullen Junior High School have in common?

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Gateway Technical College and Concordia University Wisconsin have inked a two-plus-two articulation agreement, giving students who graduate from two different Gateway programs the opportunity to enter Concordia as juniors to further their career and advancement in this in-demand field with q…

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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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For the second year, Leeward Business Advisors, a local IT and business consulting company, is coaching teams of seventh- and eighth-grade middle-school girls participating in the Air Force Association National Youth Cyber Defense Competition.

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The Kenosha Unified School District is among 68 school districts in Wisconsin that will share in an $886,495 grant from the Department of Public Instruction to fund programs that will help reduce and prevent the use of alcohol, tobacco and drugs among students.

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Gateway Technical College will host a site review for continuing accreditation of its associate degree nursing program by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing this month.

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September marks National Literacy Awareness Month to remind us all that reading, writing and basic math remain an elusive target for 36 million adults nationwide, including in our own community.

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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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After a decision earlier this year to consolidate all classes in one building, Kenosha’s All Saints Catholic School will kick off its school year Monday at the Holy Rosary campus at 4400 22nd Ave.

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The Carthage College Noyce Scholarship Program teamed up with college students and teachers from the area for the second straight year to help improve the teaching of STEM subjects in the nearby school districts.

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Nicholas Daly, who graduated this year from Bradford High School, earned two medals at a national competition recently.

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Embattled Bristol School administrator Michael Juech resigned effective July 19, the Board of Education announced this week.

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The first year of the Roosevelt Park Summer Outpost began with the staff having little to no expectations on how it would perform.

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SOMERS — University of Wisconsin-Parkside and federal authorities continue to investigate a phishing scam that left the local campus defrauded of more than $300,000 last month.

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Construction is progressing at Wheatland Center School, which is undergoing an $8.45 million building upgrade aimed at improving safety, updating mechanical systems and creating dynamic learning spaces.

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SOMERS — The University of Wisconsin-Parkside discovered it was a victim of bank fraud when it was notified by a bank on June 19 of an issue involving a new account, a UW spokesman told the Kenosha News.

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Cadet Joshua Jeremiah Layton, the son of Reginald K. Layton and Dr. Beverly Jo Layton of Kenosha, graduated with the rank of second lieutenant from the 135th Corps of Cadets at St. John’s Northwestern Military Academy in Delafield on May 25.

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Some recent grads may not want to attend a four-year college. For those desiring to have more direct hands-on learning, exploring apprenticeship opportunities may be more advantageous.

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.

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