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Posted inWisconsin Jobs

Help wanted: Part-time administrative assistant

Part-Time Administrative Assistant for Busy Accounting Firm in Oak Creek 30-40 hours/week February-April 15th (tax season) and 20-30 hours/week off-season. Requires experience with Outlook and Excel and occasional Saturday morning availability during tax season. Must be high-energy and able to multi-task during extremely busy tax season. $10-12/hour based on experience, plus 6 paid holidays and potential for […]

Posted inBreaking

Protestors ask questions, DA answers what she can about Donte Shannon’s death

PHOTO CREDIT: René Amado In two separate protests held Monday, more than 100 people marched to the Racine County Courthouse and demanded answers about the officer-involved shooting of Donte Shannon. Led by a group called Our Youth, Their Future, community organizer Corey Prince led the group from 14th Street and Park Avenue down 14th Street, […]

Posted inBreaking

Racine man threatened to kill police following officer-involved shooting

A Racine man is accused of making threats against the Racine Police Department on his Facebook page after his friend, Donte Shannon, was killed earlier this month in an officer-involved shooting. Darryl Hibbler, 33, was charged by the Racine County District Attorney’s Office with making a terrorist threat and bail jumping. If convicted of both […]

Posted inBreaking

5 things you need to know

There’s a lot going on this week. So we’ve pulled together some of the happenings from our community calendar for you. Have a great week! Social Justice Initial WAVE Team 6:30 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Siena Retreat Center, 5637 Erie St. Opioids: Killing more than Pain 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday at UW-Parkside, 930 […]

Posted inCommunityObituaries

Rick Jackson Jr. Loved Coaching All Sports

My best friend and husband, Richard A. “Rick” Jackson Jr., 73 passed away on Wednesday at our home surrounded by me, our sons, daughter-in-law, grandchildren, 2 dogs Cougar/Blanco, and our grand puppy Link following a courageous battle with 4th Stage Glioblastoma Brain Cancer. Rick graduated from St. Catherine’s High School “Class of 1963”, where he […]