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"Children of Eden" musical opens Oct. 26, 2018, at Bradford high School  Kenosha News

If you like big productions — we mean REALLY big productions — “Children of Eden” is for you.

More than 100 gather to say goodbye to Bradford High School  Peoria Journal Star

BRADFORD — The old Bradford High School is at the intersection of Silver and High streets in this Stark County community, but a crowd of more than 100 ...

Bradford planetarium avoids wrecking ball | Local News  Kenosha News

Bradford High School's planetarium will live on. On Tuesday, the Kenosha Unified School Board voted 6-1 to protect it from being torn down, and also authorized ...

"Silent Sky" performed in Bradford High School planetarium  Kenosha News

Silent Sky” — playing tonight and Saturday night at Bradford High School — tells its story in theater-in-the-round.

"Silent Sky" opening Oct. 11 at Bradford High School  Kenosha News

Kenosha Unified School District's Theater Arts Program continues its fall season with the opening tonight of the drama “Silent Sky” at Bradford High School, 3700 ...

Midland's exit marks end of Falcons' flight - Sports  Peoria Journal Star

LACON — The Midland School Board's decision Wednesday night to withdraw from the long-running River Valley Falcons football cooperative apparently will ...

New principal at Stark County  The Stark County News

By John A. Ballentine TOULON – The Stark County Board of Education has hired Jeff Utsinger as the new Stark County High/Junior High principal starting with ...

Prep baseball roundup: Tremper wins regional final over Indian Trail  Kenosha News

Torin Byrnes didn't pitch like a newcomer to postseason baseball for Tremper on Thursday.

District solo and ensemble event showcases students' musical talents  Kenosha News

Students from Kenosha and Racine area schools will participate in the Wisconsin School Music Association sanctioned District Solo & Ensemble Music Festival, ...

AccuTemp flourishing under Bradford grad's leadership | Business  Kenosha News

As a youngster, Ben Rader discovered the importance of hard work, dedication and attention to detail as he cleaned tools and washed floors at his parents' local ...

Fourteen-year-old girl confesses to shooting threat at Wilmot Union High School  Kenosha News

A 14-year-old girl has confessed to investigators from the Kenosha County Sheriff's Department that she wrote a threat about a school shooting at Wilmot Union ...

Nellie Nyman  Bureau County Republican

PRINCETON — Nellie Louise (Austin) Nyman passed away on Friday, March 1, 2019, at home surrounded by family. Nell was born on Feb. 28, 1928, in Milo ...

Spring is the hiring season for the Kenosha Unified School District  Kenosha News

With another school year coming to a close, the carefree thoughts of summer are on the minds of many. However, for Kenosha Unified School District hiring ...

Lois Miller  Bureau County Republican

URBANA — Lois Real Miller of Urbana, formerly of Manlius, passed away Wednesday, May 1, 2019, at home. Family was foremost to Lois throughout her life, ...

Local talent showcased at state solo and ensemble competition  Kenosha News

SOMERS — It was a bittersweet day for Katy Gullo, 18, Saturday as the Bradford High School senior took part in her final Wisconsin State Solo & Ensemble ...

Senior recognition ceremony held in Bradford  Bureau County Republican

BRADFORD — The Bradford Community Scholarship Fund held its annual senior recognition ceremony on April 22 in the Bradford Elementary gymnasium.

Marietta Hullinger Bureau County  Bureau County Republican

DAVENPORT, Iowa — Marietta M. Hodge Hullinger, 77, passed away at noon Tuesday, March 12, 2019, in Davenport, Iowa, surrounded by her family.

15-Year-Old Bradford Student Was Fatally Stabbed in Heart; Suspect Charged

15-Year-Old Student Stabbed - Mount Pleasant-Sturtevant, WI - The 15-year-old Kenosha Bradford student stabbed on school grounds on April 25 has died.

Three receive Howard Brown scholarships | Local News  Kenosha News

Three students graduating this year from Kenosha County high schools have been chosen to receive Howard J. Brown Scholarships, distributed by the Kenosha ...

Trains at the library | |  Kenosha News

The Southwest Library, 7979 38th Ave., hosted “Trains, Tracks, Whistles, & Wheels” Saturday. Visitors were welcome to see a detailed and interactive model ...

Bradford student charged with homicide | News |  Kenosha News

This article has been revised since its original posting.

Thompson improves to 15-11 following spring break tourney - Shelby County Reporter  Shelby County Reporter

By ALEC ETHEREDGE | Sports Editor. Last year, the Thompson Warriors made a special run in the Gulf Coast Classic when head coach Pat Hamrick picked up ...

Bradford's Bonofiglio blanks Park | Local High School  Kenosha News

Bradford starting pitcher Jared Bonofiglio battled Racine Park on Thursday.

Hard work pays off as Grewenow fourth-grader wins black history bee  Kenosha News

Leyliana Carter, 10, spent all of the last week poring over facts she had written about famous African Americans in Kenosha, the state and the world.

Loren Reed  Bureau County Republican

PRINCETON — Loren K. Reed, 77, of Princeton died at 12:45 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 26, 2018, at Liberty Village of Princeton. Born Nov. 10, 1940, in Peoria to ...

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:

graduation schedule | |  Kenosha News

Today: Shoreland Lutheran High School, 10 a.m. commencement at the school, 9026 12th St.

"In Transit," "Rocky Horror Show" continue this weekend  Kenosha News

Two shows continue this week on local stages: What: The Kenosha Unified Theater Arts program's production of the Broadway musical “In Transit”. When: 7:30 ...

Thanksgiving celebration culminates a weekend of giving back  Kenosha News

All around the dining hall at the Shalom Center's soup kitchen, they could see it. The *fresh* fruit, cakes, ribs, collard greens, macaroni and cheese, ham, ...

KUSD performs "Mamma Mia!" | Theater |  Kenosha News

If there was ever a show designed to get audience members out of their seats and dancing, this is the one. Kenosha Unified saved its biggest feel-good play of ...

Snapshot: Lall set to take national stage with 'Freaky Friday'  Kenosha News

Natalie Lall couldn't have written a better script for her final high school performance.

Ruthe Howes-Palacios  Bureau County Republican

DES PLAINES — Ruthe Ann Howes-Palacios, 55, of Des Plaines passed away Wednesday, May 2, 2018, at her home after a long illness.

A Life Remembered: Ruth Schroeder | Local News  Kenosha News

Editor's note: Each Monday, the Kenosha News takes a look at the life of a Kenosha County resident who recently died. We share with you, through the ...

Bradford Labor Day Celebration  The Stark County News

The Bradford Labor Day Celebration Parade kicked off down Main Street with the Bradford Police Department leading the way past a large crowd of spectators.

A Life Remembered: Karen Ellis | Local News |  Kenosha News

Editor's note: Each Monday, the Kenosha News takes a look at the life of a Kenosha County resident who recently died. We share with you, through the ...

Suburban H.S. Thespians To Perform At International Festival

H.S. Thespians To Perform At Thespian Fest - St. Charles, IL - The Illinois High School Theatre Festival's All-State cast and crew will present their production of ...

Eighteen-year-old Kenosha man charged with sexually assaulting child  Kenosha News

Jacob Hembel, an 18-year-old Kenosha man is being held on a $25000 bond, charged with two counts of first-degree sexual assault of a child.

KPD officer struck by car while directing traffic near fire scene  Kenosha News

A Kenosha Police officer was struck by a car while directing traffic away from the scene of a fire on Green Bay Road Thursday morning.

Get Out: 'Number the Stars' comes to Bradford Studio  Kenosha News

Kenosha Unified delivers an award-winning children's story centered around adult themes in “Number the Stars” opening at 7:30 tonight (May 18) at the ...

Fall events: From pumpkin patches to vampires and everything in between  Kenosha News

This is it. The first full weekend in October. And that means it's time again for pumpkin patches, apple picking, fall festivals — and haunted houses! Whatever your ...

After 65 year, a bittersweet reunion | Local News |  Kenosha News

Friday evening was emotional for Bradford High School's class of 1952.

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

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

Lakeside Players open season with Shrek the Musical Jr.  Kenosha News

Her debut as a director is a “dream come true” for Jodi Diderrich, who is opening the Lakeside Players season Friday at the Rhode Center for the Arts, 514 56th.

“Rising Stars” concert features youth performers | |  Journal Times

RACINE — “Rising Stars,” a special edition Music & More concert, is scheduled to be held at 7 p.m. Friday, April 12, at First Presbyterian Church, 716 College ...

Betty B. Hardy Lucy

ROCK FALLS – Betty Bobb Hardy Lucy passed away peacefully and went to be with the Lord on Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017.

Randall School Board approves operational, facilities referendum questions for April 3 ballot  Kenosha News

RANDALL — Two referendum questions, one that asks to exceed the school district's levy limit by $675000 each year for the next three years and a second to ...

Kenosha Area Chamber recognizes business leaders at annual meeting  Kenosha News

BRISTOL — Business professionals, Kenosha Area Chamber of Commerce members and community leaders packed into the Club at Strawberry Creek ...

Fleeing Artists Theatre troupe performing "The Glass Menagerie"  Kenosha News

The Fleeing Artists theater troupe continues its first season with Tennessee Williams' 1944 drama “The Glass Menagerie.”

Community Newsletter: Society's Assets | Faith & Community  Journal Times

NORC Center for Public Affairs Research has studied the cost of caregiving and found that 40 percent of Americans have experience providing long-term care to ...

Summer Shakespeare's "Medea" performances continue in Lincoln Park  Kenosha News

Medea” is a Greek tragedy steeped in fury, revenge and murder.

Antioch man held in overdose death of 19-year-old Wisconsin woman  Chicago Tribune

A 40-year-old Antioch man was being held Monday in lieu of $500,000 bail in connection with the overdose death of a 19-year-old woman in his basement last ...

Judith Yearian | Bureau County  Bureau County Republican

She was a graduate of Bradford High School. Judith owned and operated J&G Trucking, and after retiring she volunteered at the Bureau County Red Cross.

Injuries Continue to Plague Yankees - ESPN 98.1 FM - 850 AM WRUF  WRUF

The injuries are continuing to mount for the New York Yankees. Just over three weeks into the season, New York has 13 players on the injured list (IL). This.

UPDATED: Sheriff's Department calls incident at Salem School a hoax  Kenosha News

SALEM — A report of an adult chasing two children in a possible kidnapping attempt led to a lockdown at Salem Grade School Wednesday afternoon and a brief ...

Demolition contractors check out old Midland Elementary School  Peoria Journal Star

LACON — Contractors interested in bidding on the demolition of the old Midland Elementary School got a close look Tuesday at the central Lacon building to be ...

Six earn Mayor's Youth Commission scholarships  Kenosha News

The Mayor's Youth Commission recently presented six scholarships to deserving youth in our community, based on their hard work, dedication, and numerous ...

Holocaust survivor speaks in Bradford  The Stark County News

Mrs. Hoffert's 8th grade class from Bradford Jr. High and Marion Blumenthal Lazan pictured from left to right: Front Row: Isaac Stahl, Kristen Higgins, Colby Wall, ...

Yankees Rolling Despite Injuries - ESPN 98.1 FM - 850 AM WRUF  WRUF

The New York Yankees handled the Baltimore Orioles on Wednesday to extend their winning streak to four games. Even after being hit with the injury bug early.

The Agenda: Cut out for Culver's | News |  Kenoshanews

For many of us, our first job was at a restaurant or fast-food franchise. We learned a little about showing up on time, cooperating with others and treating ...

Former Gators Headed to the FIFA Women's World Cup Part Deux - ESPN 98.1 FM - 850 AM WRUF  WRUF

There has been at least one Florida Gator in each of the last six World Cups. This year there will be four. Three alumna and one current player all made 2019 ...

Former Gators Headed to this Summer's 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup - ESPN 98.1 FM - 850 AM WRUF  WRUF

Two University of Florida alumnae have been included in Jamaica's final 23-player roster for this summer's 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup in France.

Crazy Family Adventure: Our Coolest Experience Yet | Life  Kenosha News

We've done some pretty rad things during our four years of traveling. We've fed a sloth in West Palm Beach, Fla., kissed a dolphin in the Florida Keys, walked on.

Softball roundup: Wilmot nips Central | Local High School  Kenosha News

The Central and Wilmot softball teams have formed a talent-laden Southern Lakes Conference rivalry over the years, so each program likes to beat the other.

Surf's Up In Todos Santos! | Travel |  Kenosha News

After leaving the relaxation of Los Barriles, we headed around the southernmost tip of the Baja Peninsula and came up on the Pacific side to our next stop, ...

A Life Remembered: Jeff Stein | News |  Kenoshanews

Long before he got his driver's license — or could even utter the words — Jeff Stein was tinkering with cars.

"Kringle ... the Musical?" opens at Over Our Head Players  Kenosha News

The pastry that made Racine famous now has its own show.

First Few Weeks In Mexico | Life |  Kenosha News

After all the legwork both in Wisconsin and in Southern California, we were more than ready to cross the border and start our adventure in Baja, Mexico.

Carthage student struck and killed on Sheridan Road  Kenosha News

A Carthage student was killed while trying to cross Sheridan Road outside the school Thursday afternoon.

Kenosha County full of vacant lots ready for new homes  Kenosha News

What Kenosha County lacks in existing housing stock, it makes up for in vacant lots ready for new construction.

DeBartolo-Goodwin | Community |  Kenosha News

Mercedez Goodwin of Springfield, Ill., and Gino DeBartolo of Kenosha, were married on July 7, 2017, at Michigan Shores Club, Wilmette, Ill. She is the daughter ...

Curious Kenosha: Future of former Earl's Club property remains a mystery  Kenosha News

For 55 years, Earl's Club, a popular sports bar and restaurant, stood at 7529 88th Ave.

Zion-Benton News ceases local operations | Business  Kenosha News

The Kenosha Division of United Communications Corp. announced Thursday afternoon that it has ceased local operations at the Zion-Benton (Ill.) News.

Kenosha native takes reins at Kemper Center | News  Kenoshanews

Lisa Dretske, who spent many hours at the Anderson Art Center as a child, is hoping to introduce more people to the Kemper Center as its new executive ...

Trial begins in disability case vs. Kenosha Unified  Kenosha News

Federal jurors heard opening statements Monday in disability discrimination and retaliation lawsuit a teacher who has Type I diabetes and major depression ...

'This is Living': Movie features local faith leader  Kenosha News

The Rev. Scott Lee of Kenosha's The Encounter Church has visited witchcraft caves in Guatemala and been threatened by witches.

Total dedication | Sports |  Kenoshanews

Nick Perrine and Ron Davies were each awarded a Go Sports America Lifetime Achievement Award at the Doctors of PT Holiday Classic at Carthage's Tarble ...

Somers man vows to be better neighbor | News |  Kenoshanews

SOMERS — His neighbors think he's a drug dealer. But Yizreel Tate says it's a misunderstanding, and he has vowed to be a better neighbor.

Racine Theatre Guild welcomes 'Always ... Patsy Cline' | Entertainment  Kenosha News

Racine Theatre Guild's managing and artistic director Doug Instenes wasn't always a country music fan.

John Bush: Teen saw many doctors before finding help for chronic pain  Kenosha News

The right doctor changed everything for John Bush. Since October of 2016, the Kenosha teenager had had a series of health issues, shifting his life filled with ...

Carson Wentz Could Be Back Week 1 of NFL Season - ESPN 98.1 FM - 850 AM WRUF  WRUF

The Philadelphia Eagles could have quarterback Carson Wentz back for Week 1 of the season. He is progressing well and has started 11-on-11 drills in ...

Kenosha remembers fallen police officers at annual ceremony  Kenosha News

“It's been a difficult year for law enforcement.” Those words, spoken by Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel, drove home the somber reality of ...

In remembrance: Locals who passed on in September  Bloomington Pantagraph

September 2017 obituaries and announcements in the Bloomington–Normal area. View obituaries any time at

Get Out: A tale of two 'Dollys' | Entertainment |  Kenoshanews

Two students with as many differences as similarities will share the spotlight in their final high school performance. Indian Trail seniors Nina Jackson and Larissa ...

Kenosha man hits homer with T-shirts | News |  Kenoshanews

For the Chicago Cubs, trying not to suck is a way of life.

Here's what to do with hazardous household waste  Kenoshanews

As the tips of tulips and daffodils start to poke out of the soil, and the grass regains its greenness, I am reminded that spring is on its way.

The legend of 3-minute Mike

NEPONSET — The cost of goods and services have gone up quite a bit during the last 50 years.

An ocean Vista: Some tips for navigating a Carnival cruise  Kenoshanews

Name a village of 4500 with a brewery, waterpark, casino, IMAX theater and dozen dining outlets specializing in steak to sushi.

OSIA heads north to present da Vinci Awards  Fra Noi

The Order Sons of Italy in America, Grand Lodge of Illinois & Wisconsin, headed north for its 17th annual Leonardo da Vinci Awards of Excellence Gala, hosting ...

Girl reports abduction, rape | News |  Kenoshanews

Two men were charged Wednesday with the sexual assault of a 15-year-old Kenosha girl they reportedly abducted while she was walking to meet her sister.

Duke's Stacked Roster Dominates Michigan State in Champions Classic - ESPN 98.1 FM - 850 AM WRUF  WRUF

The No. 1 Duke Blue Devils (3-0) affirmed their dominance with an 88-81 victory over No. 2 Michigan State (1-1) Tuesday night. The game revealed a lot about ...

Dwyane Wade and LeBron James Reunite for Another Championship Run  WRUF

NBA superstars Dwyane Wade and LeBron James reunite on the Cleveland Cavaliers to aim for another NBA Championship. Wade agreed to a buyout with the ...

First World Series Game at Wrigley Field Since 1945 - ESPN 98.1 FM - 850 AM WRUF  WRUF

General Manager Theo Epstein and Manager Joe Maddon have transformed the Cubs from baseball mediocrity to a World Series contender.

ESPN's Rick Sutcliffe talks Indians-Cubs World Series Game 7 - ESPN 98.1 FM - 850 AM WRUF  WRUF

Former Major League pitcher and current ESPN baseball analyst Rick Sutcliffe discussed tonight's Game 7 of the World Series.

Syracuse Upsets Virginia to Continue Run to Final Four - ESPN 98.1 FM - 850 AM WRUF  WRUF

No. 10 seed Syracuse rallied from a 16 point deficit to upset No. 1 seed Virginia last night and become the first ever No. 10 seed to make it to the Final Four.

Former Bears' First Round Picks - Where Are They Now? 1996-2000  Windy City Gridiron

Taking a look at the Chicago Bear's first round draft picks, 1996-2000.

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