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Breaking the ‘glass tent’: Meet Kenosha’s first female Eagle Scout

KENOSHA – Several speakers at Dahlia Alanis’ May 25 Eagle Scout Court of Honor credited her for breaking the “glass tent” for other girls in the Boy Scouts. Alanis with State Senator Robert Wirch who attended the ceremony. – Photo submitted by David Maack Alanis, a member of Troop 505, is the first female in […]

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Local Girls Make History as First Female Eagle Scouts

The Boy Scouts of America and Three Harbors Council, BSA will recognize four female members, from the Southeastern Wisconsin area, among the first class of female Eagle Scouts. These individuals include Annie ​Scheidt, Cassie ​Scheidt, Annastasia Wischki, and Jaisyn Daher​. Boy Scouts of America provides the nation’s foremost youth program of character development and values-based […]

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Obituary: C. Judley Wyant

C. Judley Wyant, 71, passed away Sunday, June 4, 2017 at Wheaton All Saints Hospital. He was born in Milwaukee, WI, December 8, 1945, son of the late Charles and Julie (Nee: Zemanovic) Wyant.  Jud graduated from St. Catherine’s High School, Marquette University and Marquette University Law School.  On June 8, 1968 at St. John Nepomuk […]

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Obituary: Walter Stenavich

Surrounded by his loving family, Walter M. Stenavich, 90, passed away Thursday at Mercy Hospital in Janesville, WI. Walter was born in KenoshaFeb.  28, 1926, son of the late Walter and Anna (Dombrowski) Stenavich. Walter attended Washington Park High School and was honored in Park’s Hall of Fame.  During World War II, he proudly served […]