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Posted inCommunityGovernmentKenosha LensKenosha Police and FirePolice and fire

City Attorney recommends $50K for injury inflicted on Kenosha officer

After an incident took place last year between a Racine Police officer recruit and a Kenosha officer, there has been a recommendation to approve a payment of $50,000 to the City of Kenosha, according to a story in the Journal Times. The City Attorney’s Office issued a statement indicating that the incident occurred March 13, […]

Posted inCommunityEvents

Racine Miss Latina Scholarship Corporation to hold 2019 Award Event

The 2019 Award event for the Racine Miss Latina Scholarship Corporation (RMLSC) will be held on Sunday, March 10th from 1-4 p.m. at Mi Tierra Restaurant, located at 5201 Washington Ave in Racine. The RMLSC promotes learning and leadership among young Latina women through partnerships and collaborations to nurture Latin influence in the community. The […]

Posted inSchools

Gateway seeking nominations for distinguished alumni award

Alert Gateway Alumni! The Gateway Technical College Alumni Association is looking for nominations for the annual Distinguished Alumni Award. This prestigious award is given to Gateway Technical College graduates who have performed exceptionally well in their field, contributed to that field, and demonstrate leadership, character, and service. This award is presented during commencement ceremonies in […]

Posted inBreakingCommunity

Tarnowski legacy gift supports generations of Gateway students

The Gateway Technical College Foundation recently received a $1.2 million bequest from the Beverly and Otto Tarnowski estate. An earlier contribution in 2013 in the amount of $804,000 was made to establish Tarnowski Hall at Gateway’s SC Johnson iMET Center in Sturtevant. In total, the Tarnowski estate has contributed more than $2 million to support […]