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Beth retains sheriff’s position

Beth retains sheriff’s position

  Sheriff David Beth Incumbent Sheriff David Beth won his fourth consecutive election Tuesday night, with a resounding 70 percent or 6,972 of the votes to challenger David Zoerner’s 2,912. Because both candidates ran as Republicans and...

 

Perseids to put on show this weekend

Watch the perseids shows from 9:30 to 11 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 10, at Pringle Nature Center, 9800 160th Ave., Bristol. The perseids is one of the best meteor showers to observe, producing up to 60 meteors per hour at their peak. This year’s...

 

Kenosha County 4-H open house is Sept. 23

The 2014 Kenosha County 4-H open house will be held 6:30 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 23 at the Kenosha County Center, hwys. 45 and 50. Area 4-H Clubs will be showcasing their clubs and projects. Stop in and see what 4-H has to offer you. Share...

 

It’s time for Days of Swine and Roses: Kenosha County Fair returns Aug. 13-17

This year’s Kenosha County Fair returns Aug. 13-17 at the fairgrounds in Wilmot. Look for your free Kenosha County Fair guide in this week’s Report. The Kenosha County Fair offers something for everyone, from live music, open class judging...

 

Racine County Medical Reserve Corps to host second annual Conference

The Racine County Medical Reserve Corps will be hosting its 2014 Racine County Medical Reserve Corps Conference on Friday, Sept. 12. The conference is presented with support from the City of Racine Health Department. Dozens of participants from...

 

Chain reaction crash claims life of Trevor woman

  UPDATE: The Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department has released the names of those involved in the fatal crash. Kathryn E. Kowalczyk, 23, of Trevor,  was killed as a result of the crash. The driver of the semi, Steven Foote, 44,...

 

‘Computer Cop’ software free to the public

Sheriff David Beth announced that the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department is releasing “Computer Cop” free to the public in Kenosha County (including the City of Kenosha). This is an Internet Safety Initiative for parents. The Internet...

 

Propane customers urged to buy now Getting a fill now could prevent problems of last winter

“We are strongly encouraging customers to get a summer fill. Don’t wait until it starts getting colder and then call for propane.” – Brandon Scholz, Wisconsin Propane Education Council By Annette Newcomb/Editor Many difficult lessons...

 

Old soldiers, young spirits

Old soldiers, young spirits

Pat Zakrzewski (left) a member of the Warriors Watch visits with Medal of Honor recipient Gary Wetzel during the dedication of the Kenosha Area Vietnam Veterans Trees in Ingram Park, Kenosha, on Aug. 3. (Earlene Frederick photo) Share this:EmailPrintTwitterFacebookLinkedInGooglePinterest

 

Wilmot Fire Dept. awards scholarship

Wilmot Fire Dept. awards scholarship

Every year the Wilmot Fire Department presents a $1,000 scholarship to the Wilmot High School senior who is going to pursue an interest in the fire or medical field. On July 21 WFD Chief Greg Brown (left) and President Sam Barranco (right) presented...

 
 
 
 

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