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Reuther Central High School honor roll | News |  Kenosha News

The following students made the second period honor roll at Reuther Central High School:

Chase to close both downtown branches | Local News  Kenosha News

Chase Bank will close its two downtown branches later this year, a company spokesperson confirmed on Thursday.

"Matilda the Musical" opens at Harborside Academy | Entertainment  Kenosha News

Matilda the Musical” — based on the 1988 children's novel of the same name by Roald Dahl — opens Friday night at Harborside Academy, 913 57th St. (inside ...

Reuther graduates told to 'enjoy the ride' of life  Kenosha News

The Class of 2018 filed in from the sidewalk on Sheridan Road, their purple gowns cutting through the center of Reuther Central High school's auditorium, and ...

Local actress hosting variety show to help finance film  Kenosha News

Local filmmaker and actress Abigail Lea is organizing a “Big Magic” benefit variety show Saturday night (April 27) in the Reuther Central High School auditorium, ...

Today's events (March 29, 2019) | Events |  Kenosha News

It's another busy night for local theater: “Matilda the Musical” opens 7:30 tonight at Harborside Academy, 913 57th St. (inside Reuther Central High School).

"Matilda" continues this weekend at Harborside Academy | Entertainment  Kenosha News

Matilda the Musical” — based on the 1988 children's novel of the same name by Roald Dahl — continues this weekend at Harborside Academy, 913 57th St.

Reuther hails class of 2017 | Local News |  Kenosha News

Among the annual Kenosha Unified School District graduations, Reuther Central High School likely tops out as the most rousing, lively, enthusiastic and even at ...

Today's events (April 27, 2019) | Events |  Kenosha News

The MGV Harmonia German Male Chorus is performing its spring concert this evening in Holy Rosary's gymnasium, 2224 45th St. Stick around after the concert ...

Today's events (April 13, 2019) | Events |  Kenosha News

Get ready for the Easter Bunny's visit at today's Downtown Hop Around, featuring dozens of downtown Kenosha businesses handing out treat-filled Easter eggs ...

Today's events (March 31, 2019) | Events |  Kenosha News

Safe Harbor Humane Society's annual Pancake Breakfast is 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Kenosha Moose Lodge, 3003 30th Ave. The cost is $7 for adults and $4 for.

Local music: The Jersey Girls, Kenosha Symphony and Gina Marie  Kenosha News

I almost never open the column with a tribute act, but what the heck, it is Valentine's Day weekend. What better show to take your sweetie to than Jersey Girls.

Mahone Fund CEO Scholars | Life |  Kenosha News

Winners of the Mary Lou & Arthur F. Mahone Fund CEO Scholarships, to be presented at Tuesday's Reaching for Rainbows Awards Gala:

Kenosha Symphony performing a night of movie favorites  Kenosha News

Saturday night, the Kenosha Symphony is performing a program of music by composer John Williams, who has written music for blockbuster films including “E.T. ...

Music Matters: Bands gear up for Thoughts For Food event  Kenosha News

Every year for the past quarter century or so, Racine downtown and river-north bars and venues get together to throw a big “beer party with music for food” as ...

Restoring St. Anthony's: Stonework repair nears completion | Life  Kenosha News

It's taken four years of exterior renovation work at St. Anthony Catholic Church, 2223 51st St., but the intent is to deliver a 100-year return.

Mount Pleasant, Racine police to play hoops for food drive  Journal Times

KENOSHA — The Mount Pleasant and Racine Police departments are scheduled to face off next month in a charity/food drive basketball game.

Lundskow-Mynor | Community |  Kenosha News

Ashton Mynor and Gary Lundskow, both of Kenosha, were married on August 18th at Wolfenbuttel Park. Dawn Poole officiated the 1 PM ceremony.

Family activities (week of Oct. 18-25, 2018): Family activities: Hikes, chemistry fun, magic show  Kenosha News

Family activities this week include: Pringle program. The Pringle Nature Center, 9800 160th Ave. (inside Bristol Woods County Park) is hosting a Nature Story ...

Kenosha Museum's Travelogue Season starts 2018 season with Lewis & Clark adventure  Kenosha News

When I visited Fort Clatsop outside of Astoria, Ore., earlier this month, who knew I was getting ready for the Kenosha Public Museum's travelogue film series?

Kenosha Symphony opens season Oct. 13, 2018 | Music  Kenosha News

The Kenosha Symphony opens its season Saturday night (Oct. 13) with a performance featuring pianist Wael Farouk.

Former Carthage basketball star stepping into the ring for 'Battle of the Badges'  Kenosha News

As one of the greatest three-point shooters in Carthage College history, Malcom Kelly has extreme confidence in nearly everything he does.

'Manitowoc Minute' comedian Charlie Berens performing in Kenosha  Kenosha News

The man behind 'da “Manitowoc Minute” is taking his stand-up tour to Kenosha.

Valentine's Day 2019: Your guide to fun and romance  Kenosha News

This year, Valentine's Day falls on a Thursday, which means celebrating this most romantic of holidays also means starting your weekend a few days early.

Kenosha Classic Cruise-In car show returns Sept. 1, 2018  Kenosha News

The 2018 Kenosha Classic Cruise-In car show — also known as “The Downtown Car Show” — will be missing something from 2017.

‘Facing a critical shortage:’ Red Cross has significant need for type O blood  WITI FOX 6 Milwaukee

MILWAUKEE -- The American Red Cross has a critical shortage of type O blood and urges eligible donors to give now to help patients facing trauma and other ...

KUSD officials, staff commend T.I.M.E. graduates on their resilience  Kenosha News

If one word had to be used to describe the 2018 graduates of Hillcrest School's T.I.M.E. Program it would be “resilient.”

KUSD names new principals, administrative appointments | Local News  Kenosha News

New principals will greet returning Grewenow, Roosevelt and Whittier elementary pupils, as well as LakeView Technology Academy students when classes ...

KYPAC announces audition schedule for summer production of "Seussical Jr."  Kenosha News

The Kenosha Youth Performing Arts Company is presenting “Seussical Jr.” this summer.

Homeroom: J-Term helps St. Joseph students learn a little bit of everything  Kenosha News

Students at St. Joseph Catholic Academy's Upper Campus are delving into contemporary art, engineering and even cultural learning during an eight-day ...

Homeroom: Leading Ladies mentor Little Ladies at Bain | News  Kenoshanews

Gold StarMembers of Bradford High School's Leading Ladies are mentoring Edward Bain School of Language Arts-Creative Arts elementary pupils every other ...

110 students to become first in Gateway's Promise program  Kenosha News

More than 110 high school seniors from Kenosha, Racine and Walworth counties are poised to become the first members of Gateway Technical College's ...

Kenosha Unified teachers worried | News |  Kenoshanews

An ongoing survey of Kenosha Education Association members and non-members this summer apparently shows growing concerns for the lack of a ...

Parkside student claims Miss Kenosha crown | News  Kenoshanews

Our new Miss Kenosha is Brynn Noel Weinzirl. Weinzirl was crowned Saturday night after tap dancing her way to victory in Reuther Central High School's ...

Four to vie for Miss Kenosha | News |  Kenoshanews

A new Miss Kenosha will be crowned on Jan. 23 at Reuther Central High School, 913 57th St.

Kenosha Public Museum's travelogue film series starts | Go Kenosha  Kenosha News

The Kenosha Public Museum's Travel Adventure Film Series starts its 81st season tonight (Sept. 28) with a screening at the museum.

Racine Police vs. Mount Pleasant Police charity basketball game on Friday  Journal Times

MOUNT PLEASANT — Basketball has long been part of Malcom Kelly's life. Growing up in Kenosha, he credits the sport for keeping him “on the right road.”

Terry Peterson: A local guitar legend keeps on playin'  Kenosha News

Local guitarist Terry Peterson views himself as “a has-been rocker, a frustrated classicalist and a wannabe jazzer.”

Pleasant Prairie woman killed in crash | Local News  Kenosha News

MOUNT PLEASANT — Authorities have identified the person killed in a Sunday morning crash along Highway 11 as a Pleasant Prairie woman.

Downtown Car Show Labor Day Weekend | |  Kenosha News

The Kenosha Classic Cruise-In car show — also known as “The Downtown Car Show” — has a new wrinkle this year.

Homeroom: Mahone Middle School has Earth Day mission  Kenosha News

Mahone Middle School's Eco Club has worked with Gateway Technical College the past four years, with this year making it their fifth appearance to help run ...

“All blood types are currently needed:” Red Cross, BloodCenter of WI encourage blood, platelet donations

MILWAUKEE -- As the American Red Cross responds to wildfires and historic hurricanes, eligible donors are reminded that giving blood or platelets during ...

OSHA raises new crane rules – The Daily Reporter – WI Construction News & Bids  Daily Reporter

John Collins, a crane operator for Reynolds Transfer & Storage Inc., Madison, works on a renovation project at Reuther Central High School in Kenosha recently ...

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