Green Bay is starting a Conservation Corps to provide work to unemployed residents. The city’s mayor shares the details. We also hear about Beloit College’s unique plan for reopening this fall. Plus, we catch up on the week in national politics.
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Green Bay Plans To Create Conservation Corps To Provide Jobs For Unemployed
The city of Green Bay has announced plans to spend $136,000 of federal aid to create the Green Bay Conservation Corps, a program that would provide limited-term jobs to unemployed residents to work on park improvement projects including a boardwalk in the Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary. The city’s mayor and park director joins us to share details of the plan.
Beloit College's Fall Plans Attracts Attention
Colleges across the country are trying to find a way to bring students back to campus safely. Wisconsin’s Beloit College has a plan that other institutions are looking to copy. We get the details.
This Week In Washington: July 1, 2020
We get the latest on the developing story of U.S. intelligence about Russia offering bounties for killing American troops in Afghanistan. We talk to a Washington journalist about what lawmakers are hearing from the administration, and cover several other top stories out of the nation’s capital.
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