House Speaker John Boehner says President Barack Obama is "damaging the presidency itself" with his unilateral action on immigration and says the House will not stand idle and let it happen.
The City Plan Commission approved recommendations Thursday distributing $921,263 in federally funded Community Development Block Grants among 15 nonprofit organizations, including the city of Kenosha — which will get just under 62 percent of the total.
The recommendations made by the city’s Department of Community Development and Inspections included $75,000 for the department itself for elimination of blighted structures and an additional $184,253 for program administration and comprehensive planning.
Intimidation probably won’t be a factor for the St. Francis (Ill.) men’s basketball team when it visits Carthage College Friday night.
St. Francis, an NAIA school in Joliet, Ill., has played two of its last three games against NCAA Division I schools heading into the 8 p.m. clash against the Red Men at Tarble Arena. The second game of the Carthage Classic I follows a 6 p.m. tilt between UW-La Crosse and Aurora.
Another leaf has turned.
Fall is now behind us and winter is upon us; if the plummeting temperatures did not clue you in, the arrival of winter sports should.
State Transportation Secretary Mark Gottlieb’s proposal to raise revenue for roads has a little bit of everything — except tolls.
Gottlieb’s proposed two-year budget raises the gas tax by changing the way it is calculated, imposes a new fee on vehicle purchases and imposes an additional registration fee on owners of electric or hybrid cars.
Westosha Central High School is presenting the 1930s-era inspired musical “Anything Goes” this weekend. Central senior Jaymes Gayhart plays stockbroker stowaway Billy Crocker.
“This is an absolute blast. Honestly, this is the most fun I have had at a school activity,” Gayhart said.