Posted inElections, Government, Kenosha Government, Kenosha Lens, Local news

Ballot drop boxes cause for lawsuits in Racine, Kenosha

RACINE AND KENOSHA – The Cities of Racine and Kenosha are among five Wisconsin cities sued this week by a conservative law firm over the use of absentee ballot drop boxes. The Thomas More Society of Chicago, on behalf of individual residents from Racine, Milwaukee, Green Bay, Madison and Kenosha, filed separate lawsuits on Wednesday […]

Posted inSchool Awards

Area Students Make Dean’s List at Edgewood College

MADISON, WI – The following students have been named to the Dean’s List at Edgewood College for the Fall 2021 semester: Kyle Semrad of Racine Marisa Spiering of Waterford About Edgewood College Located in Madison, Wis., Edgewood College is a liberal arts Catholic college in the Dominican tradition. Serving approximately 2,000 undergraduate and graduate students, […]

Posted inCommunity, Letter to the Editor

Your Right to Know: No Private Email Accounts for Public Business

By Tom Kamenick, Wisconsin Watch Imagine that a developer has been lobbying your local town board to approve a controversial development. You file a record request asking for all emails between that developer and the board’s three members. None of them have official government email accounts, so they search their personal emails. Two members each […]

Posted inLocal news, Schools

Wisconsin School of Business Introduces Chief Information Officer Digital Leadership Program

MADISON, Wis. – The Wisconsin School of Business Center for Professional & Executive Development (CPED) announces the launch of the Chief Information Officer Digital Leadership Program. The Chief Information Officer Digital Leadership Program is an immersive, five-day leadership experience that will give participants the business acumen to manage teams of talented information systems professionals, effectively […]