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Head Start looks to jumpstart kids education

Head Start looks to jumpstart kids education

Federal organization works with families By Gail Peckler-Dziki Correspondent Head Start is a federal and state funded program designed to help children between the ages of three and five prepare for school. The program might be the place for your family. Head Start serves children of all abilities and economic […]

 
 

Three dead in Great Lakes Dragaway shooting

Three dead in Great Lakes Dragaway shooting

Suspect not in custody, preliminary reports said By Jason Arndt Editor What started as an evening of fun at the Great Lakes Dragaway took a tragic turn Sunday when a gunman shot and killed three people at point-blank range, Kenosha County Sheriff David Beth said. According to preliminary reports, the […]

 
 

Shooting confirmed at Great Lakes dragaway

Shooting confirmed at Great Lakes dragaway

    By Jason Arndt Editor According to preliminary reports, authorities confirm a shooting happened at the Great Lakes dragaway in the town of Paris Sunday. A Racine County Sheriff’s deputy on scene said Highway KR between highways 45 and Interstate 94 has been shut down as investigators clear the […]

 
 

The thrill of horse riding comes with responsibility

The thrill of horse riding comes with responsibility

Capra credits family for success on the track By Jason Arndt Editor When Meghan Capra was six years old, she experienced the thrill of riding a horse for the first time, and the excitement continues about a decade later. The thrill, however, comes with a set of responsibilities for the […]

 
 

Salem Lakes administrator contract uncovered

By Gail Peckler-Dziki Correspondent Three weeks before the April 4 election, where three former Town of Salem supervisors were elected to serve the Salem Lakes Village, former Silver Lake Village President Bruce Nopenz signed a new contract with then-Town of Salem Administrator Pat Casey. The contract came after a closed […]

 
 

Community rallies to the aid of flood victims

Community rallies to the aid of flood victims

Bella Vita benefit raised thousands By Gail Peckler-Dziki Correspondent More than 500 people attended the Western Kenosha a County Flood Victims Fundraiser last Sunday at the Bella Vita banquet hall. The two organizers, Brian Boeckenstedt and Paul DeLuisa, stayed busy the following day when they were adding up the generosity […]

 
 

COLLEGE NEWS: Graduates, Dean’s Lists

COLLEGE NEWS: Graduates, Dean’s Lists

DEAN’S AND PROVOST LIST UW-Parkside The following area students were named to the 2017 spring semester Dean’s and Provost’s Lists at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside. Bristol: Nicholas Von Bielski, Sarah Lynn Cheney, Danielle Laura Damask, Frank Remington Glogovsky, James Edward Leibforth, Amanda Jo Russell, Alicia Anne Ryan. Burlington: Madison Louise […]

 
 

Jacksons establish themselves at the County Fair

Jacksons establish themselves at the County Fair

By Jason Arndt Editor Before the Jacksons were born, parents Shelly and Keith set a foundation in 1996, when they built the family farm of 40 acres. Since then, the Jackson children consisting of Nicole, 19, Wylie, 17, and Ryan, 14, have engaged in activities for the Paris Happy Workers […]

 
 

Two men arrested in Mackay homicide

Two men arrested in Mackay homicide

Two City of Kenosha men were arrested on pending homicide charges related to the death of 17-year-old Olivia Mackay, who was found July 24 in a wooded area in Racine County, Kenosha Police states in a news release. Both 19-year-old Daniel Tate and Jamari Cook, 17, were taken into custody […]

 
 

Tennis marathon thrives

Tennis marathon thrives

Rally for Life raises funds for cancer research By Jason Arndt Editor Courtesy of supportive families and coaches, the annual Rally For Life tennis marathon held at Westosha Central High School continues to break records, reports president Bob Ferruzzi of the Western Kenosha County Tennis Association. Rally For Life, which […]

 
 
 
 
 

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