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Central cheer captures another state championship

Central cheer captures another state championship

By Jason Arndt Editor Regardless of team, or sport, the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way leagues and organizations conduct their seasons. Cheerleading is no exception to the changes within the last year. Like most teams and sports, cheerleaders didn’t experience normal traditions such as attending camps, wore masks during […]

 
 

Randall School to hold operational referendum

The Randall Consolidated School District will seek permission from voters to exceed revenue limits to support operational costs in an April 6 referendum. The April 6 referendum question, which saw unanimous approval at the Jan. 20 Board of Education meeting, will allow the district to continue offering the same services […]

 
 

Community Library offers new job resource to support workforce, professionals

Community Library cardholders now have free access to LinkedIn Learning, a subscription website used by 78% of Fortune 500 companies to upskill their employees. The same video courses used by the world’s top companies and taught by industry experts are now available 24 hours a day through the library. LinkedIn […]

 
 

Well-kept birthday secret

Well-kept birthday secret

Family, friends celebrate woman’s 80th By Jason Arndt Editor Maryann Buehler had a traditional birthday dinner with her friends on March 5. Her friends, however, didn’t tell her what would happen the next day outside her Center Lake Woods home in Trevor as dozens of vehicles carrying Buehler’s friends and […]

 
 

Eight is great for Wilmot decathletes

Eight is great for Wilmot decathletes

Team captures another state title By Jason Arndt Editor The Wilmot Union High School Academic Decathlon team didn’t just capture its eighth consecutive state title in a virtual competition. The virtual competition held March 4-5 in the school auditorium, unlike previous years when the team traveled to the Wisconsin Dells, […]

 
 

County unveils new Public Health branding, logo and mission for services

County unveils new Public Health branding, logo and mission for services

The Kenosha County Division of Health is rebranding itself as Kenosha County Public Health, debuting a new logo, mission and vision, Health Officer Dr. Jen Freiheit announced on Feb. 25. Freiheit said the name “Kenosha County Public Health” aims to more clearly and succinctly state the purpose of the operation, […]

 
 

Trevor-Wilmot to have operational referendum

District does not project negative tax impact The Trevor-Wilmot Consolidated School District will ask voters for authorization to exceed revenue limits to support its general operation budget through a referendum on the April 6 ballot. The Board of Education in January voted unanimously to seek the operational referendum, according to […]

 
 

Wheatland students place in Future City Competition

Wheatland students place in Future City Competition

A team of Wheatland students brought home a top five finish at the first virtual Future City Competition. On Saturday, Jan. 30, two teams from Wheatland Center School participated in a virtual version of the STEMForward’s Wisconsin Regional Future City Competition. The Future City Competition is a rigorous project using […]

 
 

Cutouts for a cause

Cutouts for a cause

Central fundraiser fills gymnasium stands By Jason Arndt Editor Westosha Central High School students often fill the stands and cheer on their boys basketball team while the band plays multiple song ensembles during games. But with COVID-19, which has seen crowd sizes diminished due to capacity limits, the bleachers in […]

 
 

Transportation services expanded countywide

Kenosha County is offering expanded weekend hours and medical appointment trips on its Care-A-Van and Western Transit services. Beginning this month, Care-A-Van’s Saturday hours will be 8 a.m.-6 p.m. and new Sunday service will also run 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Care-A-Van offers accessible transportation to those unable to utilize the city […]

 
 
 
 
 

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