We applaud the Kenosha City Council for taking up the issue of feral cat management. The current practice of trapping and killing feral cats is outdated, proven to be ineffective, costly and futile. It is also inhumane.
Effectively managing feral cat colonies through the trap, neuter and return (TNR) program is not just a theory, it’s a proven practice in several cities around the country. The evidence is clear, case study after published case study has shown populations will reduce, the colony will become a better neighbor and rid the neighborhood of more risky rodents.
Going to the movies is about to get a little more cushy.
Cinemark Tinseltown USA, 7101 70th Ct., is replacing its standard seating with electric-powered, leather Luxury Lounger recliners in all 14 of its auditoriums, according to Cinemark marketing manager Frank Gonzales.
Wisconsin newspapers are strongly opposed to an effort to eliminate the requirement that meeting minutes of governmental entities be published in local newspapers.
A group of Democratic and Republican lawmakers has drafted a bill to do away with the requirement that summaries of meetings by school districts, municipalities, counties and technical colleges be printed in local newspapers.