Please view our video, 50 Years of Hope. Produced by Kenosha Community Media, the video was premiered at the Hope Council on Alcohol & Other Drug Abuse's annual meeting on Tuesday, June 4. … [Read more...] about Celebrating 50 years of Hope!
The Hope Council on Alcohol & Other Drug Abuse turned 50 this year! Read about some of the work that we've accomplished throughout the last 50 years in the Kenosha News article linked below. We’d love to hear how the Hope Council on Alcohol & Other Drug Abuse has positively affected your life. Please contact Yazlyn Torres, office manager, at email@example.com or … [Read more...] about 50 years of Hope
Great job Common Council and KRW Tobacco-Free Coalition! Our very own Michelle Sandberg provided resources to the council members throughout the entire process. Read more about the updated ordinance below. https://www.kenoshanews.com/news/local/city-clamps-down-on-e-cigarette-use/article_28b882d3-bb0f-5585-9af2-e5e2bd1ad376.html … [Read more...] about City clamps down on e-cigarette use
This morning members of the KRW Tobacco-Free Coalition met with State Representative Tod Ohnstad for an educational meeting on electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS). For more information on ENDS please visit www.tobaccoischanging.com … [Read more...] about KRW Tobacco-Free Coalition meets with Representative Tod Ohnstad
By Dick Ginkowski and Guida Brown SPECIAL TO THE KENOSHA NEWS Jan 20, 2019 A recent editorial in the Kenosha News indicated that “It’s time to support efforts to crack down on first-time drunken driving,” in response to a proposal by state Sen. Alberta Darling and Rep. Jim Ott, both Republicans, to make a first-time Operating While Intoxicated/Impaired offense in … [Read more...] about Criminalizing first OWI would inundate courts but not make state tougher