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Judge vacancy in Kenosha County Circuit Court; Gov. Evers seeks applicants by Nov. 10

MADISON — Gov. Tony Evers is seeking applicants to fill the upcoming judge vacancy within the Kenosha County Circuit Court – Branch 3. Judge Bruce Schroeder made national news in 2021 with the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse. – The announcement came today, Nov. 3. The appointment will fill a vacancy being created by Judge Bruce E. […]

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Union Grove students save over $385K through transcripted credit courses

UNION GROVE — Union Grove Union High School students have saved a total of $385,856.30 during the 2022-2023 school year through transcripted credit courses. A total of 821 Broncos have contributed to the success of the amount saved by taking these courses. This is also an increase from the previous year when there were 627 […]

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Officer Schiro and Jolan pave the way for K9 officers in Racine

RACINE — A dog is a man’s best friend, but for Ofc. Anthony ‘Tony’ Schiro, his dog, Jolan, was not only his best friend, but his protector and partner. Jolan, one of Racine’s first K9 officers, sits among various trophies. – Jolan, a German Shepherd Dog (GSD) imported from overseas, was one of the first […]

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Sport a flannel at First Fridays on Nov. 3

RACINE — It’s officially that time of year when Wisconsinites bust out their flannels. Folks are encouraged to sport that favorite flannel to this month’s First Fridays event in Downtown Racine. The monthly event will happen this month on Nov. 3 from 4 to 9 p.m. The festivities will include a live music, specials and […]

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95th We Energies Cookie Book highlights first responders, local distribution is Nov. 2, 9

RACINE, KENOSHA COUNTY — It’s almost the most wonderful time of the year. It’s officially that time of the year when holiday baking kicks off and Wisconsinites start reaching for the latest edition of the We Energies Cookie Book. 95 years of the We Energies Cookie Book This year counts as the 95th edition of […]

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Business Spotlight: Blueberry Hilltop Cafe

RACINE — Blueberry Hilltop Cafe has opened its doors this October serving breakfast, lunch and dinner favorites. The new cafe is located 3429 Spring St. in Mount Pleasant. Back in business with Blueberry Hilltop Cafe Lisa Mendez is not new to the restaurant business. She’s bringing her experience to her new business offering an affordable […]

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Racine County Sheriff’s Office reports 91 sex offenders comply with Halloween checks

RACINE COUNTY — The Racine County Sheriff’s Office and the Division of Community Corrections conducted supervised checks on sex offenders residing in Racine County on Halloween night (Oct. 31). The checks were performed during Halloween trick-or-treat hours throughout the county. Sex offenders agree to contracts According to the Racine County Sheriff’s Office, sex offenders, who […]

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Bucks’ Beauchamp and Racine Police offer an unforgettable Halloween to 4 local families

RACINE — MarJon Beauchamp of the Milwaukee Bucks continues his mission to give back in Racine. This time, a partnership with the Racine Police Department provided an unforgettable Halloween to four local families. A special treat There were no tricks, just a treats in store for these four families. MarJon Beauchamp of the Milwaukee Bucks […]

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Former Racine Unified Superintendent Dr. Gallien to be paid $350K by Charleston County School Board after controversial actions

Dr. Eric Gallien Dr. Eric Gallien, former Racine Unified School District and now former Charleston County School District superintendent will receive about $350,000 after a settlement agreement, following the board’s controversial decision to put him on paid administrative leave. According to Count on News 2, a local news station to South Carolina, Gallien filed a […]

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2023 Trick-or-Treat Schedule for Racine County

RACINE COUNTY — Trick-or-Treat in Racine County without any hassle or stress. Know the times, dates and locations throughout Racine County that offer trick-or-treating in 2023. The Racine County Eye’s 2023 Racine County Trick-or-Treat Schedule provides information to make sure that you and your family have a happy Halloween and collect a lot of sweet […]