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Hometown Hero: Jacob Ulickey

In the Ulickey family, the thin blue line runs in their blood. Hometown Hero Jacob Ulickey, from the Racine Police Department, always knew that becoming a police officer was his destiny. His journey to become an officer was inspired by his parents, Chet and Terese Ulickey, who both served for the Milwaukee Police Department. This […]

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People of Racine County Eye: Becky & Steve Koss, The Koss Family Foundation

Becky and Steve Koss know how difficult it is to deal with life’s everyday challenges while also navigating the terrifying waters of a terminal cancer diagnosis. Steve was diagnosed with Stage IV pancreatic cancer in January 2015, plunging the Koss family into the maze of insurance coverage, treatments, deductibles, filing for disability and still keeping up […]