A lawn mower, a computer, and 15 tires — including a giant tractor tire — were among the debris pulled out of the water during the annual Pike River Revival Saturday.
Launched in 2007 by an avid kayaker hoping to clean up the river, the Pike River Revival now draws volunteers including Boy Scouts, church groups and supporters of the Kenosha Sportfishing and Conservation Association, all hoping to improve conditions in the river that flows through Somers and Kenosha before pouring into Lake Michigan at Alford Park.
Christian Life was denied its second varsity victory Saturday as winless St. John’s Military Academy held on for a 13-6 Midwest Classic Conference victory over the Eagles in Delafield.
Both teams are 1-2 in the MCC and 1-4 overall.
Next to “the dog ate my homework,” one of the most lamebrain excuses around might be this one: “Work keeps me too busy to exercise.”
To that, we roll our eyes, engage our core and lift both feet off the ground slowly, hold for a breath or two, and lower them.
The City Council is scheduled to vote Monday on expanding Kenosha’s streetcar line.
If the Council says yes, the federal government will pay close to 80 percent of the cost of adding a north-south loop to the east-west route that currently runs from the Metra station to the museums in HarborPark.
Glue spots, eraser marks and drips of correction fluid may be signs of imperfection to some, but are indications of authenticity at the new exhibit in the University of Wisconsin-Parkside’s Fine Arts Gallery.
“The Oddly Compelling Art of Denis Kitchen” features pieces and the personal art collection of Denis Kitchen, an underground cartoonist and pioneer of Kitchen Sink Press publishing company.