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Kenosha News for 2016


5/6/16
KABA speaker says broken political system puts U.S. competitiveness at peril
Successful business people tend to look at competitiveness as something to be ignored at their peril. Applying that same mindset, or urgency, to politics may not be as intuitive. Katherine Gehl, a successful business leader...
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5/6/16
Former CEO Campaigns in Kenosha for Big Political Change
Not a fan of Hillary? Already tired of The Donald? A former Wisconsin business owner is fighting hard for a major overhaul of the political process that she hopes will lead to fresh faces up and down the line that won't be afraid to....
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5/2/16
California company takes chance on Pleasant Prairie
The California-based Majestic Realty Co. will break ground next week on its first Wisconsin project, a $20 million speculative industrial building that signals an expansion move and is testament to the lucrativeness of Kenosha County’s hot...
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4/23/16
Ryan cites job-training, customs updates
U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan was the keynote speaker for Friday’s KABA luncheon. His remarks were generally nonpartisan and focused on recent success in Congress that have not made headlines. Ryan explained that over recent years...
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4/23/16
Year of challenges, success
In its newly released annual report, the Kenosha Area Business Alliance Inc., touted a number of success stories that paint an encouraging business picture of both the recent past and the near future for the county. The report was one...
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4/16/16
Food-processing industry hungry for Kenosha County
As the last vestiges of the heavy manufacturing industry have gradually departed, Kenosha County has undergone an economic transformation. It is turning into a diverse center of light manufacturing, distribution, warehousing and...
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1/8/16
Panel backs city funds for Elks Club; Mayor expects to close with developer in March
The Kenosha Plan Commission on Thursday night approved the addition of up to $500,000 to help fund the development of a proposed boutique hotel at the former Elks Club/Heritage House building at 5706 Eighth Ave. The city funds would be added to a $2.6 million ....
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