Kellogg's Corners, Wisconsin

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Kellogg's Corners, Wisconsin
Kellogg's Corners is located in Wisconsin
Kellogg's Corners
Kellogg's Corners
Kellogg's Corners is located in the United States
Kellogg's Corners
Kellogg's Corners
Coordinates: 42°40′10″N 87°57′01″W / 42.66944°N 87.95028°W / 42.66944; -87.95028Coordinates: 42°40′10″N 87°57′01″W / 42.66944°N 87.95028°W / 42.66944; -87.95028
CountryUnited States
Time zoneUTC-6 (Central (CST))
 • Summer (DST)UTC-5 (CDT)
Area code(s)262

Kellogg's Corners (often called Kellogg) is a residential and agricultural community in the village of Somers in northeastern Kenosha County, Wisconsin,[1] United States. It lies at the junction of Interstate 94/U.S. Route 41 and Kenosha County Highway KR at the border with Racine County.[2] Kellogg's Corners was first settled in 1837 by the Brothers Kellogg - Seth, Chauncey, and Thaddeus.

By far, the most notable Kellogg's Corners landmark was the Greek Revival mid-19th century Kellogg's Corners School, an early historic one-room school of frame construction that eventually became privately owned and was demolished by its owner in 1990. The school's rustic foundation remains to mark its location.