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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.

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Five former standout high school student-athletes were welcomed into the Kenosha Unified School District Athletic Hall of Fame on Sunday.

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Carole Johnson, who spent more than three decades in education, teaching at the elementary, secondary and university levels and ending that part of her working career as president of Gateway Technical College from 1995-98, died Sunday in Denver of natural causes.

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MADISON — A $35.88 million renovation of Wyllie Hall, one of the biggest construction capital projects in years on the University of Wisconsin-Parkside campus, received final approval Monday.

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The following students from the area graduated in May from the University of Wisconsin-Stout in Menomonie (with degrees, hometowns, high schools and majors studied listed):

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The lazy days of summer are upon us! While we may imagine relaxing in the backyard, we will most likely find ourselves running errands, going to special events, meeting friends and participating in many activities.

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SOMERS — Kenosha-area resident and UW-Parkside senior Cassie Van Hoof has earned the 2019 Carl E. Gulbrandsen Innovator of the Year Award for exemplary contributions to Wisconsin innovation.

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A University of Wisconsin-Parkside professor is part of an excavation in the heart of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex that has yielded a treasure trove of fossils dating from 96 million years ago.

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A Kenosha singer-songwriter who made her debut on NBC’s “The Voice” this spring is coming to the aid of a scholarship program for high school students planning to continue their education abroad.

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The changes that the University of Wisconsin-Parkside library has been making have paid dividends, with the program winning one of three 2019 Academic Staff Excellence Awards given by the UW System Board of Regents.

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The Kenosha Unified School District is seeking volunteers from the district to serve on its Planning/Facilities/Equipment, Audit/Budget/Finance, Personnel/Policy and Curriculum/Program committees.

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Every Friday for the last four years at Indian Trail High School and Academy, Noah Reed sang the song “The Road Home” by Stephen Paulus with his Chorale classmates at the school.

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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