13 June 2023
Here’s the top news in Kenosha in under 60 seconds!
The University of Wisconsin-Madison is hiring for a unique position: a cheese and pizza taste tester. The role involves tasting numerous dairy products weekly and pays $15 per hour.
A 13-year-old boy named James Yablonski is missing after taking his family’s vehicle and setting up a campsite in Sauk County. Authorities are particularly concerned because a handgun is missing from the boy’s home.
Kenosha County is observing International Ax Throwing Day with an event at Boundless Adventures in Bristol Woods County Park.
Bryce Martin, a local Lego enthusiast, is attempting to reclaim his Guinness World Record for the “largest word spelled with Lego bricks” at Froedtert Pleasant Prairie hospital.
Despite inclement weather, Miss Kenosha, Willow Newell, received a warm sendoff as she departs for a state competition.
The Kenosha County Aging & Disability Resource Center is offering free Medicare workshops for those new to Medicare or wanting to learn more.