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Kenosha Lakefront Trolley rides begin June 9 for summer season

KENOSHA — Lakefront Trolley rides provided by Kenosha Area Transit will kick off the summer season offering a one-of-a-kind way to explore the city starting on June 9. Lakefront Trolley Hours  The Lakefront Trolley will operate from 3:45 p.m. to 9:15 p.m. on Fridays, 1:45 p.m. to 9:15 p.m. on Saturdays, and 1:45 p.m. to […]

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Kenosha resident builds labyrinth on Alford Beach to bring joy to the community

KENOSHA — Joy Latuvnik-Morin has brought joy to beachgoers in the form of a labyrinth. When Mother Nature brought Wisconsin sunny skies and warm weather last week, Latuvnik-Morin used her time off of work to soak up the sunshine while creating a masterpiece on Alford Beach, located just below the overlook near Carthage College, off […]

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Image Management Family YMCA branch dedicated April 13 in Mount Pleasant

MOUNT PLEASANT — What was once known as the Sealed Air YMCA Branch is now the Image Management Family YMCA Branch, 8501 Campus Drive, in Mount Pleasant. The YMCA Board and The Weslaski Family hold a check addressed to The Racine Family YMCA for One Million Dollars. – The name change comes following a $1 […]

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‘Vamos a Bailar’ Latin dance event hosted by Kenosha Creative Space on Jan. 20

KENOSHA— The Kenosha Creative Space will host a “Vamos a Bailar” Latin dance event on Jan. 20 at the Kenosha Creative Space, 624 57th St. From 8 p.m. to 1 a.m., people of all ages and abilities are welcome to learn various Latin dance styles including Bachata, Cumbia, Banda, Salsa, Merengue, Reggaeton, and more. No […]

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Holiday basketball tournament in its 10th year expands to Carthage and UW-Parkside

KENOSHA — A tournament that started 10 years ago with a vision of how to put the spotlight on local high school basketball during the holiday has turned into way more than that. And in some circles, the Doctors of Physical Therapy Tournament may just be the best of the best. It just keeps growing […]

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Carthage College basketball and wrestling roundup

KENOSHA — College basketball and wrestling are in full swing. Here’s a look at Carthage College athletics this week. Carthage men’s basketball continues winning streak Two players with Racine and Kenosha county ties helped the Carthage men’s basketball team push its winning streak to six straight Friday at Millikin. Antuan Nesbitt – Sophomore Antuan Nesbitt, […]

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5 upcoming events happening this October

Are you looking for something to do this October? Perhaps the weather is colder, but it doesn’t mean that the fun is slowing down. Indoor and outdoor events are happening in Southeastern Wisconsin. Check out these five upcoming events as a way to spend your time in our local communities. 1. The Asia Project: Carthage […]

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‘Back 2 School – For teens, by teens’ happening Sept. 10

Higher Expectations for Racine County, a nonprofit in Racine County, is hosting a Back 2 School event for teenagers in Racine County. The event is being put on by a group of teens from Racine County in conjunction with Higher Expectations for Racine County. The Back 2 School event will take place on Sept. 10, […]

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Blood pressure kits now available at the Racine Public Library for at-home use

The Racine Public Library has launched a new way to help its adult patrons. In addition to finding materials – like books, DVDs, CDs, and even household tools and more – when you visit the Racine Public Library, you can find necessary tools that can save a life. The Racine Public Library now has at-home […]

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Modesti Scores Boys’ Varsity Soccer Coach Position at The Prairie School

Michael Modesti began playing soccer at a young age. His days as a child were spent running up and down the fields at the Soccer Complex of Racine, also known as SCORe. His love for the game carried him to opportunities to play as a dual-sport athlete at Carthage College, 2001 Alford Park Drive in Kenosha, WI. […]

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Firebirds Champions Again

Senior Matt Slivinski helped the Carthage College Firebirds Men’s Volleyball team defend their national championship on April 23 in front of their home crowd. Slivinski had 18 kills in his final collegiate match as Carthage College won their second consecutive national championship in four sets (25-21, 25-22, 18-25, 25-22) over No. 1 ranked Springfield College.  […]

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Firebirds advance to Elite Eight

Firebirds Zach Bulthuis and Matt Slivinski both posted double-digit kills as the Carthage College Men’s Volleyball Team notched their first win of NCAA tournament play. Bulthuis posted 12 kills, while Slivinski had 10 kills and six service aces as the Firebirds dispatched Mount Union in three sets to open up tournament play.  “Zach was unreal […]

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