LAUREL — To the many honorees of the Kenosha Unified School District, including administrator of the year Ann Fredriksson, coordinator of instructional technology and library media at the district’s Educational Support Center. “Each one of your successes is a significant link in our chain of success. There is no thank you big enough for all you have done and will continue to do ...” Superintendent Sue Savaglio-Jarvis said.

DART — To dog owners who let their dogs run loose often at Southport Park, presenting increasing concerns for dog owners who use it and follow the city’s leash law. A reader alerted us to this problem that is getting worse.

LAUREL — To Kenosha artist Mary Esposito for the mural she’s painting in the main room at the Westosha Senior Community Center in Bristol. It will include a Wisconsin landscape seen beyond a broken wall with a farm, corn growing and a long winding road. “I want to show people that there still is a long road ahead of them,” she said.

LAUREL — To former Carthage athletic director Dr. Bob Bonn on his induction next month into the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics’ 2019 Hall of Fame Class. “NACDA’s ability and efforts to conduct conventions and workshops that bring everyone together to learn and share ideas made a significant difference in my career,” he said.

DART — To the too-early exit from “The Voice” for Kenosha’s Betsy Ade, who was a favorite of judges for her outstanding performances. Of her time on the show, she had said, “I want to see where this takes my career. This is the chance of a lifetime.”

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