A: Everything is a choice. You have to choose if you are going to decide to face your demons alone while you are in the wilderness. Are you going to allow those emotions to arise? Are you going to face them? What are you going to do with feelings that you have when you are alone out in the wilderness? Some days I really tried to let those issues that I have come up with and deal with them. Face some weird qualms head-on. When you are out there alone, you are your own hero and your own enemy. And there is nobody else to fight with and point the finger at. You really have to deal with yourself. If you don't, a lot of people just quit, because it's hard.
A: I’ve also told parents, if the kid can handle it, to make a little nest next to their desk. And in the nest is maybe the iPad, snacks, blankets and pillows, stuffed animals, Crocs — whatever they love. If they can be quiet, if they can play, we’re increasing closeness.
Barbara Lockhart became interested in nursing when she was young, watching her mother, who was a certified nursing assistant, and hearing the kind words residents spoke of the care her mother provided.
For the third straight week, the Kenosha County Joint Information Center is answering the community’s most frequently asked questions about COVID-19.
After defining 2018 and 2019 as years of infrastructure, Mayor John Antaramian said the city remains focused on road reconstruction, shoreline…
Nearing the completion of his 20th year as Kenosha mayor, John Antaramian reflected on the past and offered a glimpse of the city’s promising future.
A: You don’t. They’re just going to burn in many places until they hit the beach, Flannigan said.
A: It’s too early to tell the precise cause of ignition because the fires are so recent and officials are spending time fighting them, Flannigan said.
“I’ve always been a flight enthusiast,” said Kenosha County Sheriff’s Sgt. Bryan Easter, who commands the department’s 13-person drone unit. E…
The LGBT Center of Southeast Wisconsin holds its 10th Anniversary Gala on Oct. 19 at the Racine Masonic Center, 1012 Main Street.
Back in the day, you might have seen Kenosha Police Officer Rusten Sheskey racing a fixed-gear track bike on the Washington Bowl Velodrome. No…
A: He is. The hedge-fund billionaire and impeachment impresario announced his candidacy this month, which left too little time to qualify for this month’s debate. There are still a few things money can’t buy.
A: No, more like a small platoon.
A: You don’t.
Today’s featured community group is Exchange Club. President Lou Molitor provided the answers.
After spending 35 years as an award-winning photojournalist for the Kenosha News, Bill Siel discovered a new way of serving the community as t…
This week’s featured community group is Southern Wisconsin All Airborne Chapter. Vice Chairman Jack Gibbons provided the answers.
Today’s Community Connection features the Kenosha Art Association. Treasurer Pat Koesser provided the answers.
This week’s featured group is Women and Children’s Horizons. Executive Director Diana Newton provided the answers.
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This week’s featured community group is Outdoor Wild. Founder Dean Romano provided the answers.
Q: What is the mission of your organization?