Monthly Archives: September 2010

Unified students selected for Kenosha Symphony Youth Scholarship

On Saturday, Sept. 18, the Kenosha Symphony Youth Scholarship Auditions were held at Bradford High School. Established to provide recognition to the high musical achievement of area high school students, the Kenosha Symphony Youth Scholarship Auditions have taken place annually since 1964.

This year, a total of $500.00 in cash awards was presented. Receiving a $100.00 scholarship on trumpet was Tremper senior Jacinda R.; receiving a $150.00 scholarship on flute is Haley C., a senior at Tremper High School; and, receiving a $250.00 scholarship on viola is Nicholas M. Nicholas will also be the featured soloist at the Kenosha Symphony Youth Concerts being held on Friday, October 8, 2010 in the Reuther High School Auditorium at 11:00 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. This free concert is presented to 5th grade students throughout Kenosha County and provides many of these students with their first exposure to a live symphony concert.

These auditions are a collaborative effort between the Kenosha Symphony Association and Kenosha Unified School District’s Department of Fine Arts. In addition to the monetary award, the overall winner of these auditions also earns the distinguished honor of being the featured soloist with the Kenosha Symphony Orchestra during its annual Youth Concerts.

Kenosha man charged for road rage fueled incident

A Kenosha man faces charges today after chasing a man with a knife, the Journal Times is reporting.

The incident was reportedly an outgrowth of a road rage incident involving the two men.

Deal of the Day rules

Here is a rundown of our Deal of the Day rules.

Restrictions: The gift certificate or gift card purchased through’s Deal of the Day is not valid with other offers and has no cash value. Only one gift certificate per-merchant per-person each 30 days. Gift certificates cannot be combined with other offers without prior approval of the merchant. Gift certificates bought separately cannot be combined for a single purchase without permission of the merchant. Individuals buying gift certificates must use their own personal PayPal/credit card account for the purchase.

How to Win: Purchase using the PayPal “Buy Now” button at the bottom of the post. After the first person to hit the “buy now” button completes the purchase, PayPal will let you know that the item has been sold. Unless other arrangements are made immediately after purchase, the gift certificate will mailed to the winner at his or her PayPal-provided postal address within two or three days of purchase.