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Posted inCelebrations

5 Valentine’s Day Events in Southeastern Wisconsin

Ladies and gentlemen, look no further. In this roundup, you’ll find the most romantic and unique ways to spend this Valentine’s Day. Here’s what’s happening in Southeastern Wisconsin on Valentine’s Day: 1. Valentine’s Night-In Meal Chef David’s Catering Events is hosting a Valentine’s Night-In Meal on February 13. On the menu for this dining experience […]

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Hometown Hero: Mary Milligan

Hometown Hero, Mary Milligan found the utmost joy in serving others, even during their most vulnerable moments. When patients were suffering, Respiratory Therapist, Milligan was their beacon of hope. After working countless months treating patients with COVID-19, she contracted the virus. Even as someone diagnosed with Asthma and Diabetes, she chose to continue working with […]

Posted inBusiness Spotlight

Business Spotlight: Quirky Cookies

Quirky Cookies is one local teacher’s dream coming to life. Tammy Vallone-Seaberg was an educator at both Racine Unified School District and Kenosha Unified School District. As a retiree, she’s transformed her house into her own cookie business. Vallone-Seaberg has been a lifelong baker, but she has the COVID-19 pandemic to thank for kickstarting her […]

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Educator of the Week: Adam Martin

Adam Martin has taken the road less traveled, and it is that path that led him to Racine. Becoming an Educator wasn’t where Martin saw his future, but it’s definitely where he’s meant to be. This first-grade teacher at Jefferson Lighthouse International Baccalaureate Elementary School strives to be the best he can be during these […]

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Hometown Hero: Bridget Nelson

Bridget Nelson always knew that she wanted to be a nurse. What she didn’t know while in nursing school was how the COVID-19 pandemic would influence her every move. As a healthcare hero, Nelson strives to assist patients when they need it most. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing and is a Registered Nurse […]

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Local Resident Raises Funds for Food Industry Workers

Local businesses, bartenders, and servers are being hit hard by COVID-19. Their work has drastically changed because of the precautionary measures and effects of the pandemic. Businesses have shut down, reduced hours, and transitioned to contact-less services. Incomes are no longer steady. Employees are facing uncertainty. But, there is hope. Raising Funds for Racine Racine […]

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