Kenosha, WIKenosha News.com

Wedding: Kaitlyn and Benjamin Anderson of Kenosha

Kaitlyn Hughes and Benjamin Anderson, both of Kenosha, were united in marriage on Feb.13 at the St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Kenosha. Deacon Jim Francois performed the 2 p.m. ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Jeff and Kris Hughes of Brockport, N.Y. She graduated from Brockport High School and...
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'This wasn't the Kaitlyn I knew' | Mother charged after 10-year-old found dead in trunk of car in Taylor Berry neighborhood

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — According to an arrest citation, a Louisville mother is charged with murder after police found her 10-year-old son dead in the trunk of a car. Louisville Metro Police Department (LMPD) officers were called to the 1200 block of Algonquin Parkway shortly before 9:30 p.m. Tuesday. A caller said they observed 28-year-old Kaitlyn Higgins with a gun and a boy wrapped in a blanket.
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Local Love: Kaitlyn and Cody

“Even though everyone thought we were crazy, we've always dreamt of a snowy winter wedding day and we got just that. We tied the knot on a wintry snow-covered January day. Although it was quite cold outside, the cozy atmosphere at The Booking House and the fireplace crackling during the ceremony and reception kept our hearts and bodies warm.”

Kaitlyn (Kaitie) Brickle is SPHS student Optimist of the Month

Kaitlyn (Kaitie) Brickle, a senior at Sauk Prairie High School, and daughter of Faye and Scott Brickl was honored at the January 6 Optimist Zoom meeting. Via Zoom, Assistant Principal Shane Been, shared why she was selected as the December Optimist SPHS Student of the Month. “Kaitie attacks whatever she chooses to do in life. She lifts those around her. In the classroom, she has four Advanced Placement classes and she is second in her class. She is a three-year member of the varsity volleyball team that went to state this year. Kaitie is a leader during adversity and when they virtually lost their entire coaching staff due to illness, she did a fantastic job as team captain. Her National Honor Society project this year was to set up a “virtual buddy system” with Grand Avenue students. She has been very involved in two mission trips to Joplin, Missouri,” shared Mr. Been. Next year, Katie said that she intends on attending UW-Madison majoring in human development and child studies next Fall. (Kaitie and her mom Faye were part of the Zoom meeting.) SPHS Assistant Principal Shane Been, right, presents Kaitlyn Brickl, left, with her Optimist Student of the Month certificate, Optimist pen and Culver’s gift certificate prior to the Zoom Optimist meeting January 6.
Iowa City, IADaily Gate City

The Giving Tree: Kaitlyn's memory lives on through warm gesture

On Nov. 1, 2018, 8-year-old Kaitlyn Beuchel took treats to all her classmates. “It wasn’t her birthday or anything,” her mother Jenny said. But the next day, Kaitlyn took ill and was soon rushed to the hospital at Iowa City where she died unexpectedly. That December, family friend Lenorah Boyle...