PARIS — An open house recongnizing Paris Town Chairman Virgil Gentz for 35 years of public service will be 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday at the Paris Town Hall, 16607 Burlington Road (Highway 142).
The public is invited. A presentation will be made to Gentz at 2 p.m.
Bradford graduate Melvin Gordon is going to see what the NFL draft advisory board has to say before making a decision on his future.
On Tuesday, Wisconsin confirmed that Gordon was the lone Badgers underclassmen to submit his name to the advisory board, which returns a “grade” or where the athlete could expect to be selected if they entered the draft. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel was first to report the revelation.
Any day that someone brings in treats to share at work is a good day, so when folks show up with ten kinds of holiday cookies — each one a potential winner — that’s a really good day.
Such was the scene in a Kenosha News conference room one morning last week, when samples of the top 10 contenders in the first-ever Kenosha News Holiday Cookie Contest vied for the taste buds of ten News staff judges.
It’s more than a little bit ironic that some of the nation’s biggest technology companies are complaining about the government spying on them.
Some of these technology companies have been spying on us for years.
The Racine Theatre Guild is revisiting a tale as old as time in its production of “Beauty and the Beast,” opening today.
Director Doug Instenes said the magical and enchanting musical, first done by the group in 2008, was one of its most popular shows ever. The Racine Theatre Guild quickly applied for rights to perform it again the following year, but due to professional companies on tour, rights were denied until now.