Christmas may be a little bit merrier in the homes of workers who are making $15 an hour weekdays and $20 an hour on weekends to recount the presidential votes in the recent presidential election.
That little boost to the economy, courtesy of the Green Party, appears to be the only useful result from this unnecessary exercise. The Green Party raised the money necessary to pay for the recount but produced no evidence that anything was seriously wrong. It simply contended it was possible the voting machines were hacked.
Perhaps you know that Tom Arnold is a bonafide holiday movie star.
Three Kenosha aldermen want the City Council to request a federal investigation into the Kenosha Community Health Center, another mark in the now-sour relationship between community leaders and the nonprofit meant to assist low-income residents.
If passed by City Council Monday night, the city will formally request that the Health Resources and Services Administration — which oversees federally funded health centers — open an investigation into the community center.
Most taverns will go to great lengths to avoid a fight on their premises.
In an except to this rule, Waterfront Warehouse, 3322 Sheridan Road., is asking for a fight: a Battle of the Burgers pitting the Kenosha Professional Police Association against the Kenosha Firefighters C.A.R.E., the charitable arm of the firefighters union.