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Posted inArts & EntertainmentSchools

Case Play About Suicide And LGBTQ Issues Makes It To State Competition

UPDATE: Students with the Case High School Eagle Theater group performed at a district-wide competition and have now qualified for a state-wide competition for their original play #DarkSideOfTheRainbow. They will perform the play for the public this week. Original story: After three students committed suicide at Horlick High School last two years, the Case High School […]

Posted inPolice and fire

Update: Suicidal Man Facing Gun Charges

The 51-year-old man who Mount Pleasant police say threatened to kill himself Sunday at St. Paul the Apostle is facing gun charges stemming from the incident. Ronald D. Jarvis, of Kenosha, was charged Monday in Racine County Circuit Court with one misdemeanor charge each of disorderly conduct, use of a dangerous weapon; possession of a […]

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Armed Man Surrenders Peacefully

Mount Pleasant police say a 51-year-old Kenosha man who threatened to kill himself Sunday afternoon surrendered peacefully without harming himself or others. Friends of the man called police shortly after noon Sunday to the parking lot of St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church in the 6400 block of Spring Street, according to MPPD. When police arrived, […]