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In response to an item that appeared in the paper this past week. [Read More]
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Despite statements made in the recent mayor's race, the future of the city's proposed hotel and arena project remains promising, outgoing Mayor Dennis Wiser told... [Read More]
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It is shocking, disgusting and shameful. [Read More]
Food for thought, and we can all agree on in Racine if you have open minds. We should have had the candidates sign pledges to... [Read More]
Tags: Rouse - Racine - Food
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Q: While I was shopping for tulip bulbs, I noticed bulbs for Crowned Imperials and bought one. I never heard of this bulb before. Can... [Read More]
The Case and Horlick high school girls volleyball teams took it to the limit Thursday night. [Read More]
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On Tuesday, the night before Tim Bell died, he performed in a Racine Concert Band performance. [Read More]
Tags: RACINE - Tuesday - Bell
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Joe Garcia has been the focal point of the first Horlick High School football team to finish 9-0 in the regular season since 1976. [Read More]
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After nearly playing as a true freshman last season, Dontye Carriere-Williams entered this one with an undeniably big role for the University of Wisconsin defense. [Read More]
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Much needed rain in the last week finally spurred on the fall Lake Michigan tributary salmon runs. The chinook spawn is going strong, with a... [Read More]
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Local law enforcement arrested 12 individuals in Racine County with existing family-violence related warrants following a domestic violence sweep. [Read More]
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Local... [Read More]
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While no one hit the jackpot in Wednesday's Powerball drawing, two big winning tickets were sold in Racine and Kenosha counties. [Read More]
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Rescue crews responded Thursday afternoon to 637 South Green Bay Road after receiving a report of smoke in the apartment building. The call came in... [Read More]
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The construction project on 16th Street from Racine Street to Taylor Avenue is scheduled to wrap up the first week of November, according to City... [Read More]
An article in the Journal Times told the story of the efforts of Tom Christensen and Ed Willing to obtain a new zip code for... [Read More]
TELEVISION... [Read More]
Tags: Air - Oct 20 - 2017
High schools... [Read More]
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The Racine Kenosha Community Action Agency Inc. (RKCAA) will serve as the clearinghouse for the Holiday Food Basket Program. [Read More]
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The Caledonia Village Board has accepted a proposal from Foth Infrastructure and Environment, a design and engineering firm with a branch in Milwaukee, to study... [Read More]
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