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Posted inPolice and fire

Man convicted of sexual assault of a child moves to Caledonia, police say

By Denise Lockwood Racinecountyeye@gmail.com A 41-year-old man convicted of second-degree sexual assault of a child has moved into Caledonia, according to the Caledonia Police Department. Paul Puchter, who is currently on federal probation for failing to register as a sex offender, was convicted was convicted of sexually assaulting a juvenile female in 2005. Puchter lives […]

Posted inBusiness

Want to find out how much that house sold for down the street?

Check out how much properties in Racine County sold for during the week of Dec. 9 through Dec. Dec. 13, according to the Racine County Deeds Office. Burlington  33215 S. Lakeshore Dr. $93,500.00 2501 S. Browns Lake Dr. $84,000.00Caledonia  6123 Belmar Ave. $190,000.00 5200 3 Mile Rd. $225,000.00 6003 Erie St. $146,000.00 Mount Pleasant  4833 […]

Posted inBusiness

Woman becomes 25,000 customer at Kiss the Cook Cafe

By Denise Lockwood racinecountyeye@gmail.com Sara Griffith, who was the 25,000 customer at Kiss the Cook Cafe, learned Thursday night that being late to dinnerisn’t necessarily a bad thing. Griffith met up with some friends tonight at the cafe for dinner, but was late and that turned out to be a good thing, said Kookie Niemiec, […]

Posted inBusiness, Schools

Racine-Kenosha English Festival receives donation

By Denise Lockwood SC Johnson gave $15,000 to the Racine Unified School District for the Racine-Kenosha English Festival, which will be held on March 28. The grant will pay for substitute teachers, busing, visiting author expenses, materials for workshops and prizes. “This grant from SC Johnson will support the mission of the Racine-Kenosha English Festival in […]

Posted inBreaking

Privacy Policy

Last updated: Dec. 13, 2018 We, the Racine County Eye LLC, operate https://www.racinecountyeye.com. This page informs you of our policies regarding the collection, use, and disclosure of Personal Information we receive from users of the Site. We use your Personal Information only for providing and improving the Site. By using the Site, you agree to […]

Posted inGovernment

3 Caledonia Village Board seats and the Municipal Judge seat up for grabs

By Denise Lockwood racinecountyeye@gmail.com Three seats on the Caledonia village board and a municipal judge seat will be up for grabs during the spring election on April 1. Today is the first day candidates can circulate nomination papers, which have to be turned in by 5 p.m. Jan. 7 at the Caledonia Village Hall, 6922 […]

Posted inPolice and fire

West Bend Man Arrested After Scrapping With Officers, Police Say

By Denise Lockwood A 23-year-old West Bend man was charged with felonies after he allegedly fought with with police after they pulled him over for driving erratically, according to a criminal complaint. Christian Nelson was charged with escape, disorderly conduct, resisting an officer causing substantial bodily harm to an officer, resisting an officer causing a soft tissue […]

Posted inBusiness

Kacala Announces He’s Leaving RCEDC

By Denise Lockwood Racinecountyeye@gmail.com Racine County Economic Development Corporation (RCEDC) director Gordy Kacala will retire from his position after being on the job for 24 years. “It has been a tremendous honor to serve this organization and work with all the extremely talented and dedicated public and private sector people at RCEDC, and throughout Racine […]

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