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If you are like many younger folks, you may not watch a lot of live TV any more — at least not synchronously. Mostly gone are the days where everyone sat and watched the 6 o’clock news or “The Wizard of Oz.”

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Emotional stress surrounding divorce can make life painfully difficult for couples and their families, even those who are able to remain reasonably amicable.

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It was a sunny and cold Saturday morning, so typical of mid-January. Mary White bundled up to make her way to the Rhode Center for the Arts for the Winter HarborMarket. She came every week for her favorites, but she often took home something different as well. As she walked around the typica…

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It was a sunny and cold Saturday morning, so typical of mid-January. Mary White bundled up to make her way to the Rhode Center for the Arts for the Winter HarborMarket. She came every week for her favorites, but she often took home something different as well. As she walked around the typica…

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Lexi Gustafson was excited to learn that her story, “The Theft,” was selected as the youth winner for the Lake Geneva Regional News and Kenosha News “You Finish the Story” contest.

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MADISON — There is no way around it: medical billing is complicated. Even a simple medical procedure could involve pre-approvals and invoices from hospitals, independent clinics, specialty providers, insurers and more.

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When I first moved to a suburb of Washington, D.C., in 2009, I looked forward to a winter season that was two months shorter than the ones I had known.

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It is not unusual for school districts to make headlines because of the actions of a small group of people. Tremper High School is the latest school to make the headlines and nightly news due to inappropriate awards given out at the cheerleading awards banquet in March 2018.

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If you stand to inherit a property, such as a family home or vacation condo, the gift presents a critical financial decision: whether to sell, rent or keep the home.

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Perhaps your family has outgrown your home or you’re dreaming of a spacious master suite or gleaming new kitchen.

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Venezuela’s ongoing economic disaster has become a major political crisis. This provides opportunities for the United States and other nations in the Americas, and beyond. The deterioration of the nation’s economy has been unfolding steadily now for years.

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If you are on the road or in a location where there is no free Wi-Fi, you may be able to use your iPhone (or other smartphone) as a hot spot to connect with your computer.

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Frank Andrea left the Columbus School in 1919 to apprentice barbering at his Uncle Benny’s Barber Shop in the windy city of Chicago. By 1923, he completed his journeyman and master barbering, returning to Kenosha to work in a barber shop next to his brother Jack’s store.

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Late winter is the prime time for conferences, trainings and other educational events for farmers, landscapers and home gardeners who are busiest during the rest of the year.

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Two independent surveys conducted in 2017 revealed that while Americans still believe a college education is important, they are losing faith in its promise. In a Wall Street Journal/NBC poll, 47 percent of Americans agreed it wasn’t “worth the cost” because students “often graduate without …

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Ever apply for a credit card, shop at Target, or stay at a Marriott? If so, it’s time to wake up to the very real possibility that, due to some recent large data breaches, your personal information is now available to anyone motivated enough to go on the dark web and buy it.

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The government is finally open these days, but the question everyone is asking now is “for how long?”

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The National African American Read-In began in 1990 as an effort by the Black Caucus of the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) to support and promote African-American literature.

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The increasing number of people who need governmental assistance to access health care, combined with the high cost of health care, are moving our current system of delivering health care toward implosion.

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Outer space is alive with the work of scientists, who monitor extraordinarily complex ships of exploration. These vehicles are probing ever farther within and beyond our solar system, the planets including our Earth which orbit the sun — our special star.

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As the head of our Chamber of Commerce, I’ve always been concerned about how the inability to find affordable, high-quality child care impacts our workforce. As of this month, I have one more reason for concern: The financial cost of this problem for families, employers and taxpayers as well.

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One hundred years ago if a man was out on inland lakes in the winter, chances are it was with a pike pole or huge ice tongs in his hands, harvesting ice for one of the 10 ice companies that did business here.

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As we face uncertainty about local impacts of the government shutdown, and as the Department of Health Services press release informs FoodShare recipients that, given the current scenario, supplemental food benefits for March will be $0.00, many people are anxious about how and where they’ll…

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A recent editorial in the Kenosha News indicated that “It’s time to support efforts to crack down on first-time drunken driving,” in response to a proposal by state Sen. Alberta Darling and Rep. Jim Ott, both Republicans, to make a first-time Operating While Intoxicated/Impaired offense in W…

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When Trump made “a great, great” wall on the US-Mexico border a signature of his campaign, the Chinese emperors from the Qin dynasty in 221 BC to the Ming and successive dynasties until the 18th century — had they been alive — would have ecstatically cheered “Long live Trump!”

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“Toxic” could describe different aspects of the year just ended, and in fact, one influential institution in Britain has decided to do just that. The learned, and obviously biased, lexicographers at the Oxford English Dictionary have selected this word as official Word of the Year 2018.

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He is built like a Beagle but with the thick, loopy tail of a Shiba Inu and the neck scruff of a Shepherd.