Tempers flared at a Kenosha Unified School Board meeting Tuesday night as its members deliberated a health care proposal from WEA Trust that calls for a 12 percent contribution for district employees beginning July 1.
Board members voted 5-1 for the proposal, however, with the condition that a special meeting be held June 3 to further discuss and possibly act on additional information, including how much the district would save given the proposed contribution or if other alternatives exist to modify it.
Mike Pounders pitched three scoreless innings of one-hit ball to preserve the second-ranked Bradford baseball team’s 8-5 Southeast Conference victory over Tremper on Tuesday afternoon at Wavro Field.
Pounders, a senior right-hander, entered to start the fifth with Bradford leading 6-5 after starter Colton Lee gave up two earned runs in four innings.
Not so long ago, there was a certain image associated with being vegetarian. It usually involved Birkenstocks, lentil loaf and an agenda.
There still are plenty of all three in the meatless movement, but a growing number of Americans are finding they can have cauliflower and kale at the center of the plate without a side of ideology.
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.