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Things To Do This Weekend August 19-21, 2022

While summer may be drawing to a close, there’s still plenty of opportunity to celebrate. These are the things to do this weekend August 19-21, 2022. Volo Museum is open all year long. Jurassic Gardens is always a hit with the kids. School has started for some and soon...
WAUKEGAN, IL
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Chicago Man Dead in Wrong-Way Lake County Crash

(Wadsworth, IL) One person died, another was injured after a wrong way crash in Wadsworth. Lake County Sheriff’s officials responded to a crash between a car and a semi near Route 41 and Wadsworth Road around 11:30 Monday night. A preliminary investigation shows that Joshua Brumfield was in a car traveling southbound in the northbound lanes of 41 when he hit the semi head on. The 26-year-old Chicago resident was pronounced dead at the scene, while the driver of the semi (a 48-year-old Grayslake man) was hospitalized with minor injuries. The incident remains under investigation by the Sheriff’s Technical Crash Investigations Team.
LAKE COUNTY, IL
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The Rodeo Returns to the Kenosha County Fair

WILMOT, WI (WLIP)–The Kenosha County Fair continues through Sunday on Highway W just north of Highway C in Wilmot. Making a return to the fair this year for the first time in a while is the T & C Rodeo Friday evening. Fair Manager Denise Zirbel told WLIP’s Wake...
WILMOT, WI
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2022 Lake County Fall-Winter Theatre Schedules are Released

Live theatre is a unique experience. Many of the centerstage venues have released their 2022 Lake County fall-winter theatre schedules. Feel the inner emotions with a deeply dramatic Shakespeare rendition. Delight the inner child with a live performance of a favorite classic tale. Or tear up with laughter and feel like your sides are about to split.
LAKE COUNTY, IL
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The Bright Side, August 17, 2022

The City of Lake Geneva Fire Department could have an edge over the rest of the county in the near future. Chief Peters is researching the possibility of bringing in more emergency room tools to the scene of serious accidents and emergency calls. The chief is considering the purchase of an ultrasound machine to help patients with internal medical problems. The ultrasound machine would help detect internal bleeding, abdominal injuries, finding difficult veins, fluid around the heart and lungs, along with the cardiac activity. Without this device, and the training needed to operate them, paramedics aren’t always able to determine exactly the proper care an injured or extremely ill patient needs, and this makes it difficult to transfer to the best facility possible to handle the specific needs. Without the machine, it’s almost impossible to diagnose among certain heart issues that require very different treatments.
LAKE GENEVA, WI
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Kenosha Calendar: The County Fair is fun for all ages!

After two decades in journalism, Marran earned her Master’s degree in Exceptional Education from UW-Milwaukee and has served as a special education teacher with Kenosha Unified School District since 2006. A Marquette University School of Journalism alum, Marran has lived in Kenosha since 1987. Top 5 things to do...
KENOSHA COUNTY, WI

Take A Scenic Illinois Road Trip To These 10 Hidden Gems

Pack up the car, there's no way you've seen all 10 of these. Believe it or not, fall is about to come knocking on our door. While the season does seem to be getting fleeter (fleetier?) every year, it's still the most beautiful time of year in Illinois. The trees change colors, the rolling hills of the Illinois Plain make the perfect setting for this circular track that will take you to all corners of the state.
SPRINGFIELD, IL
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Living Here, August 17, 2022

Former mayor Tom Hartz and Vandewalle and Associates have very likely conspired to violate the homeowners living on South Street. When Tom Hartz was mayor, before the reign of Charlene Klein, he had this great idea to get a grant from the state TAP grant fund, so that environmentally sensitive and people-responsive projects could be funded. This great thought process and idea resulted in the City of Lake Geneva being given approval for a million-dollar grant. This money was set aside to be spent on a walking/bike path to be put in paralleling South Street, running a mile and a half long from one end of South Street to the other (connecting to paths already there on each end). That money sits in a fund waiting for plans to be approved, and therein lies the rub.
LAKE GENEVA, WI
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Kenosha County Fair Opens Today!

KENOSHA, WI (WLIP)–The Kenosha County Fair opens today (Wednesday 8/17/22) on Highway W just off of Highway C in Wilmot. We’ll be broadcasting live from the fair beginning this afternoon at 3. And while we focus on the music, food, rides, and games there is also the foundation...
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Search Continues for Six Flag Shooting Suspects, Victims Released From Hospital

(Gurnee, IL) Police in Gurnee say they are continuing to look for the suspects in a shooting outside of Six Flags Great America. Three people were struck by bullets on Sunday night, after multiple people opened fire toward an individual near the theme park’s front entrance…before fleeing the scene. Officials say the two teen victims that were hospitalized with leg wounds, have been treated and released…the third victim refused to go to the hospital after suffering a shoulder wound. No description of the suspects has been released, and the suspect vehicle has only been described as a white sedan. Anyone with more information on the shootings is being encouraged to contact Gurnee Police or the Lake County Crimestoppers.
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Back to School Safety

It is back-to-school season That means changes in routines for everyone, especially during the before- and after-school hours. Drivers – Please be alert, careful, patient and allow extra time as we all get into a new schedule. Watch for walkers and bikers making the trip to and from school.
VERNON HILLS, IL
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Surprising Stuff, August 17, 2022

The medical mess we are all caught up in. The modern medical experience continues to flow toward discovery, the discovery that it’s becoming a sad adventure for most people. Medicare Advantage is a highway robbery contract designed to steal from older citizens. Emergency rooms ask now for only three things; name, date of birth, and insurance coverage that can be instantly checked. Doctor’s offices, when called for an appointment, have staff who basically ask for the same information and then put you on hold to check the insurance before you can even get an appointment. Some, like a local podiatrist who shall remain nameless, located over there by the BP on Highway 50 near Walgreens, won’t book an appointment with anyone who has any kind of governmental insurance. No Medicare, no community care with the Veterans Administration, and no Badger care either. Bring cash and lots of it.
LAKE GENEVA, WI
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Front Page, August 17, 2022

The Lake Geneva Jaycee’s 60th Annual Venetian Fest started its annual build-in for the celebration on Monday, August 15th. It all begins Wednesday, August 17th, and runs through Sunday, August 21, Lake Geneva’s Flat Iron Park, Seminary Park, and Library Park will be full of family fun festival activities, all assembled by the Jaycees to celebrate this growing Wisconsin presentation.
LAKE GENEVA, WI
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Surveillance video shows suspect in daytime car theft in Antioch

ANTIOCH, Ill. - Police in suburban Antioch released home surveillance video Monday that shows a suspect involved in a car theft last week. The suspect then used the car to commit another crime in a nearby community. Around 1 p.m. on Friday, police say at least two suspects stole a...
ANTIOCH, IL
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Fox Lake Police Department begins Fourth of July safety campaign to encourage safe and sober driving

Fox Lake Police Department begins Fourth of July safety campaign to encourage safe and sober driving. Fox Lake, Ill.(June 20, 2022)- Fox Lake Police Department announced its plans for July Fourth traffic enforcement with a focus on impaired and unbuckled drivers. The safety campaign will run from June 16 through the early-morning hours of July 5 to encompass three summer weekends leading up to and after Independence Day.
FOX LAKE, IL
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