SILVER LAKE — A busy pedestrian crossing at Riverview School soon will be safer thanks to fifth-graders Courtney Baker and Genevieve Majonnier.
The crosswalk will be painted at the intersection of School Street and Evergreen Avenue.
KENOSHA — For all his bowling successes, a Kenosha News Match Game Tournament title had continued to elude Billy Harris.
In a lot of places it might not be necessary to pass a city ordinance in order to get elected officials to follow sensible procedures in their relationships with city workers.
But Kenosha has a history of electing meddlers and micro-managers to part-time positions such as the School Boards and City Council. Putting sensible procedures in writing is probably a good idea.
When the Rev. Jack Fish and his wife Carolyn came to Twin Lakes in July 2001, it was a bit of a culture shock for the pair as they had lived in big cities most of their lives and worshipped in large congregations.
Fish reflected on his time at Hope Lutheran Church this week as he eases into retirement from his pastorate there, saying he would most miss the church’s generous, loving people.
A magnificent exhibit of watercolor paintings by the nation’s top artists in that medium is on display at the Kenosha Public Museum through Aug. 4.
The Transparent Watercolor Society of America is holding its annual national exhibit for the fifth straight year at the museum, which its leaders “discovered” on a visit here several years ago.