On Monday, the Kenosha City Council will be tasked with choosing a preferred route for the streetcar expansion project.
Some time after that, the council will be asked to fund an additional $1 million for the project, if it wants a complete rebuild of the roads that will house the extended streetcar tracks.
KENOSHA — If someone needs to track me down on a Friday night in the fall, chances are that I’m standing on a sideline or sitting in a press box at a football stadium in southeastern Wisconsin.
It boggles my mind, but this is my 20th season covering high school football for the Kenosha News.
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.
We continue to believe that Wisconsin’s voter ID law is an unnecessary burden for some voters, but clerks, poll workers and voters are going to have to work with it.
At a press conference Tuesday, Kevin Kennedy, executive director of the Government Accountability Board, said, “Our job is to administer the law as it’s presented to us and take the partisanship out of it. We’ll do whatever we can in the next 49 days to shed light on it.”
The play kicking off the Lakeside Players’ season is one that’s sure to make audiences laugh their pants off.
“The Underpants” opens today at the Rhode Center for the Arts, 514 56th St., as the first show of its 41st season.