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City of Racine receives outstanding turnout for 7v7 Football League, new rules implemented

New to Racine is a youth high school summer 7v7 Football League. The league is comprised of High School teams within Racine County, according to the City of Racine Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services (PRCS).  This is a summer program that gives student-athletes the chance to work out and condition in the off-season. Games started […]

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Racine Police Officer Gordon prepares for 20th annual Lake F/X Games

RACINE – The Racine Police Department revealed one of its officer’s hidden talents on Thursday through its Facebook page. Officer Michael “Gordo” Gordon is seen riding a BMX bike at the Pershing Skate Park, 800 Pershing Park. The officer was at the local skate park to take photos for an upcoming event. Officer Michael Gordon, […]

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Free guest passes to Milwaukee Brewers baseball games available on June 2

RACINE — As part of the Milwaukee Brewers Buddies Program, the Racine Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services (PRCS) will distribute free Milwaukee Brewers guest passes to Racine County residents beginning June 2, according to a May 27 news release. The guest passes are for the June 7 and 8 home games against the Philadelphia Phillies. […]

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Midwest Mountain Lions, Female Football Team, Takes The Field on May 21

The Midwest Mountain Lions, a local women’s tackle football team, will take the field at Historic Horlick Field, 1648 N Memorial Dr, on May 21. Their first-ever home opener will kick off at 2 p.m. against the Grand Rapids Tidal Waves. Gates will open at 1 p.m. for spectators. Thinking about attending? Tickets, which will […]

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Chicago Sky rounding into form, Meesseman’s career milestone, ESPN power rankings & predictions

Sky Have Found Championship Composure After Season-Opening Defeat Following a season-opening loss to the Los Angeles Sparks on May 6, the defending WNBA Champion Chicago Sky rebounded with consecutive wins. Led by Dana Evans’ 15 points, the Sky bounced back with a historic 83-50 victory over the New York Liberty on May 11. The blowout […]

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Firebirds Champions Again

Senior Matt Slivinski helped the Carthage College Firebirds Men’s Volleyball team defend their national championship on April 23 in front of their home crowd. Slivinski had 18 kills in his final collegiate match as Carthage College won their second consecutive national championship in four sets (25-21, 25-22, 18-25, 25-22) over No. 1 ranked Springfield College.  […]

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WRJN To Carry Green Bay Packers Football, Regular Season to Open September 12

RACINE – Racine’s WRJN radio will carry Green Bay Packers football games as part of the Packers Radio Network starting this fall. WRJN, owned by Magnum Media, broadcasts from Racine at 1400 AM and 99.9 FM, and in Kenosha at 98.3 FM. The Packers Radio Network presents all Green Bay Packers home and away games […]