Kendall marks Labor Day

The Kendall American Legion put on its annual Labor Day celebration last weekend.

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    Charolette and Cheyenne Lorden of Norwalk play games Sunday at the Norwalk Community Thanksgiving Dinner.

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    Kendall’s 2018 budget will come in at $430,156, a 2.9 percent increase from its 2017 budget of $417,564, the village board decided after a public hearing Monday.

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    Kendall hosted its annual holiday fair Nov. 3–4 at the Kendall Community Hall.

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    Man pleas no contest to paraphernalia charges

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    Judge Richard Tyler of Regional Center Municipal Court accepted a plea Oct. 30 on behalf of a La Crosse man charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.

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    Maggie Muehlenkamp takes part in the Norwalk Lions Club’s Halloween costume party Tuesday evening.

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