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About: kenosha, wisconsin

Kenosha is the fourth-largest city on the west shore of Lake Michigan, trailing only Chicago, Milwaukee and Green Bay. A busy manufacturing hub, Kenosha is now emerging as a rising technological hub. The Milken Institute reported in 2009 that Kenosha placed among the top-50 high-tech economies in the nation. In 2005, Kenosha was ranked 94th in Money magazine's list of "Best Places to Live."

Population: 96950
Local Newspapers: Kenosha News
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Local Colleges: University of Wisconsin-Parkside

Zip Codes associated with kenosha, wisconsin: 53140 53142 53143 53144 53158
Towns/Cities near kenosha, wisconsin : Pleasant Prairie Mt Pleasant Elmwood Park Winthrop Harbor

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Pride of ownership shows in this one owner 2 bedroom home. Plaster walls, hardwood floors and more.

Utility buys Wisconsin land for substation to power Foxconn

American Transmission Co. has purchased land to build a proposed electrical substation for the massive Foxconn Technology Group complex in southeast Wisconsin.

News briefs for Tuesday: Downtown streetcars idled for road work

The Kenosha electric streetcar will not operate today through Friday due to an emergency street repair at Sheridan Road and 54th Street. The Kenosha Transit Department anticipates the streetcar is scheduled to return to service on Saturday after street repairs are completed.

Kenosha Fire Department EMS division wins award for care of heart attack patients

For the second year in a row, the Kenosha Fire Department's Emergency Medical Services Division won a top award from the American Heart Association for care of heart attack patients. The division won the Mission Lifeline Gold Plus Award for improving systems of care and putting quality improvement measures in place for patients who are having severe heart attacks.

Woman charged with neglecting grandson

According to the criminal complaint, Kenosha Police were asked to check on the welfare of the 52-year-old woman and her 2-year-old grandson Saturday after the woman's landlord was contacted by a relative who was unable to reach her. When no one answered the door to the apartment on the 8500 block of 32nd Avenue, the landlord opened the door for police.

Volunteers key to Civil War Museum's success

Emily Martinsen, right, shows Adam Szwarek, left, and Rebecca Anger items from the Civil War era as they guess what they were used for while visiting the Civil War Museum. Cindy Briesemeister, right, greets Ian Blum, left, and his dad Dale, of Romeoville, Ill., at the Civil War Museum on Friday, June 15, 2018.

A Bullshit Artist Turducken

S.E. Cupp, a conservative publishing in the New York Times opinion pages and as such held to no editorial standards whatsoever, provides an example of the kind of salt-of-the-Earth white-working-class voter the Democrats just can't persuade, recycled from Trump Whisperer and grifter Salena Zito: Salena Zito, co-author of the new book "The Great Revolt: Inside the Populist Coalition Reshaping American Politics," recently surveyed 2,000 Trump voters in the rust belt. They are the kind of voters, she says, that experts overlooked in 2016 and still don't get today.

Kusd Play Freaky Friday

Alexis Tyler, left, as Ellie, and Natalie Lall as Katherine rehearse the Kenosha Unified School District production of Disney's "Freak Friday" at Bradford High School. Encore performances will be Friday and Saturday, leading to the play being performed at the International Thespian Festival next week.

Exhibit focuses on generations of families affected by the Civil War

Myra Vaughan's wedding outfit from her wedding to Thomas Dawson on March 30, 1869, is part of the temporary exhibit, "For Honor and Family: Three Families In The Civil War" at the Kenosha Civil War Museum. Discharge papers, at left, for Thomas Dawson among his other belongings from his Civil War service.

Inside the Civil War Museum:

'The Fiery Trial' exhibit at the Civil War Museum in Kenosha takes visitors on a trip from before the war, through it and ends in the aftermath, from the perspective of the Upper Midwest states. Mia Tonaki, 6, sits with her grandmother Laura Lestina as they visit the train car area of "The Fiery Trial" exhibit at the Civil War Museum.

Candidate endorsement letter policy is changing

The Kenosha News is joining other newspapers in charging a fee for letters endorsing a political candidate running for election, and here's why: In recent years, endorsement letters have been fueled by certain candidates, giving out form letters for voters to send to newspapers, knowing they would be published for free. Some candidates even would pay people to write the letters, providing what amounted to free advertising close to an election.


The following residents were among the students who completed their degree requirements at Mount Mary University and graduated at the conclusion of the spring semester. Michael John Roach received B.A. degrees in business economics and English from Wofford College, Spartanburg, S.C. Roach is from Pleasant Prairie.

Civil War Museum is also a community gathering place

When is a museum more than a museum? When it's also a place where an entire community can come together. That's the case for the Civil War Museum and its sister, the Kenosha Public Museum, located side by side in HarborPark on First Avenue.

Kenosha County Dairy Breakfast a sizzling success

Volunteers from the Community State Bank of Union are scrambling to make enough eggs for visitors for the Kenosha County Dairy Breakfast. Above, volunteer pancake makers flip pancaks on a large griddle.

Life's a beach

Jeff Friedman, left, Eric Herrera, center, and Daniel Bravo, all of Amazon, move sand to make a sand castle during a beach party hosted by Kenosha Creative Space at Simmons Island on Saturday. Skeleton, voiced by Josie Rodriguez, right, talks with Meeka Zirkin, 2, and her grandfather Rick Meyer during a beach party hosted by Kenosha Creative Space at Simmons Island on Saturday.

Pringle Nature Center 20TH Anniversary

"I appreciate a perfect day out in nature a they don't know what they're missing," said Colleen Vernon as she worked on watercolor paintings as the Pringle Nature Center at Bristol Woods County Park celebrated 20 years of "Putting People in Touch with Nature" during its 20th anniversary celebration on Friday. Naturalist Valerie Mann toasts her cherry and cream cheese pudgy pie at the campfire Friday at the Pringle Nature Center in Bristol.

Time running out on competency time limits for homicide suspect

Marcel Kudzin was expected to go to trial for first-degree homicide Monday. Instead, his mental competency is again under review.

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