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Husband, wife team teach new community ed classes
Developers approached school district about St. Croix Meadows but no deal on the table
FBI raid on Osceola-area firm said related to fraud investigation; Barron native will challenge Rep. Kind; 10 more state stories
Pay-by-phone parking system goes citywide
Extra spring turkey permit sales will be reduced due to tough winter conditions
crime and courts
Spartans end Raider girls' hoops season in regional semifinal
Raider gymnasts shine in state spotlight
Wild Side: Homeland security air force in peril
Raiders score in fight vs. cancer
Raider boys fall in sectional semifinal
Local Scouts trek through New Mexico wilderness
Lenten suppers, fish frys begin this week
Learn the latest on woody plants and invasives at Garden U
Joe Loftus climbs the country music charts
Riverfront Athletic Club expands, adds new department
arts and entertainment
Gretchen J. Lange, 48
Paxton M. Harvieux, 21
Alpha DeLong, 90
Richard A. "Dick" Farmer, 60
Gretchen J. Lange, 48
Doug's Diggings: 'New' gym opened Feb. 21, 1975
Our View: No need to change court access system
Our View: Newspapers are still important to communities
Our View: Street crews do a remarkable job during winter weather
Day by Day: Get a smart phone - the quickest way to feel dumb
ST. CROIX COUNTY: 3/27/14 Hearing - Kristine Levine, Variance
VILLAGE OF NORTH HUDSON: 2/4/14 Board Meeting Minutes
FORECLOSURE: Wells Fargo v. Benjamin Britten; Case No. 08-CV-945
NAME CHANGE HEARING: 4/10/14, Khloe Rinde; Case No. 14-CV-122
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August 6, 2009
Suspect in Kenosha custard stand murder reportedly admits to crime
A suspect in the murder of a Kenosha custard stand employee has reportedly admitted the crime to a cell mate. WTMJ TV in Milwaukee obtained a search warrant that quoted Julian Miller, 28, as saying "I popped the dudes." Robert Wilde, 18, was killed, and his 43-year-old manager...
August 6, 2009 - 9:00am
July 10, 2009
Governor meets with Chrysler's CEO about keeping Kenosha engine plant open
Gov. Jim Doyle met with Chrysler's CEO Thursday about the possibility of keeping the Kenosha engine plant open. The governor's office confirms that Doyle went to Chrysler's headquarters in Auburn Hills, Mich. But it would not say much else about Doyle's meeting with Sergio Marchionne....
July 10, 2009 - 9:55am
June 19, 2009
Can Chrysler be persuaded to keep its Kenosha engine plant running?
Congresswoman Gwen Moore is not sure if Chrysler can be persuaded to keep its Kenosha engine plant running beyond next fall. That's what the Milwaukee Democrat said Thursday after she and three other Wisconsin lawmakers met with Chrysler's deputy CEO, Jim Press. The pessimism...
June 19, 2009 - 9:29am
May 7, 2009
Chrysler admits communication on Kenosha plant was lacking
Chrysler admits it could have communicated better. But now, the firm promises to work with Kenosha and other communities involved in the auto-maker's restructuring. The union chief at the Kenosha engine factory said nobody ever told him the plant would close in 2010. The 800...
May 7, 2009 - 9:00am
May 5, 2009
Chrysler workers rally in Kenosha to keep plant open
More than 300 auto workers rallied in Kenosha Monday night, booing Chrysler's decision to close their engine plant and urging President Obama and Chrysler to reverse the move. Gov. Jim Doyle, Kenosha's mayor, and the county executive wrote Obama Monday, and asked that Chrysler's...
May 5, 2009 - 9:25am
April 30, 2009
Negotiations stall as Kenosha Chrysler nears midnight deadline
Chrysler employees in Kenosha did their part to try and avoid bankruptcy. Local president Glenn Stark of the United Auto Workers said 89 percent of those who voted Wednesday favored a restructuring of their contract from 2007. But the company might not able to avoid bankruptcy...
April 30, 2009 - 9:00am
February 26, 2009
Chrysler to make layoffs at Kenosha plant
Up to 150 workers will be laid off next month at the Chrysler engine plant in Kenosha. Production has been relatively stable on two lines in Kenosha. But spokesman Max Gates says the output on both lines will be reduced indefinitely starting on March 23, as the result of declining...
February 26, 2009 - 9:05am
October 22, 2008
Emerald ash borer found in Kenosha County
The tree-killing emerald ash borer has found its way into Kenosha County.
October 22, 2008 - 12:00am