Posted inKenosha Schools, Schools

Gateway Summer Camps for 9-12 grades include Firefighter/EMS, exciting Nitro-X racing and more

Gateway Technical College is hosting a new Junior EMS/Fire Summer Camp from June 20 through 22. Gateway’s three-day schedule allows for flexibility for students. Want to know what it’s like to be a firefighter or an EMT? Embark on this new opportunity to learn and use the skills of this trade. Get the chance to […]


Gretchen Schuldt: DOC should be more open about COVID-19

In late October, the Wisconsin Department of Corrections finally disclosed the number of COVID-19 deaths among people incarcerated in state prisons. That’s good news. But it’s troubling that this disclosure, which revealed that at least five state inmates have died, came only after months of delaying, obfuscating, and covering up. And the DOC is still […]

Posted inCommunity

Spring Street Overpass Opening This Week

  While travel going both north and south on I-94 remains an adventure while crews widen lanes and improve interchanges, there is a spot of good news to share. After months of traffic detours, the Spring Street overpass is scheduled to reopen sometime this week. A notice from the state Department of Transportation didn’t give […]

Posted inGovernment

Should Roads Funding Include Fees Based on Mileage?

  Like most government agencies, the Department of Transportation is trying to figure out how to maintain state roadways with less funding. In a proposal submitted to the Department of Administration last week, Transportation Secretary Mike Gottlieb is asking lawmakers to consider a number of ways to address aging infrastructure and projects to accommodate greater […]

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