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State Issues $10 Million in Additional Food Relief Grants

MADISON – Two of Wisconsin’s largest hunger relief organizations will share an additional $10 million in state grants aimed at helping to aid residents experiencing food insecurity during the COVID-19 pandemic. Hunger Task Force and Feeding Wisconsin will each receive $5 million, Gov. Tony Evers and the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection […]

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Racine County Family Resources Community Calendar Offers Quick Access to Food Resources

Community Calendar The community calendar features a variety of different events virtually and in-person throughout Racine County, https://racine.wi.networkofcare.org/family/calendar.aspx. Mobile Market Go to the Racine County Family Resources website calendar to see up to date information and dates for the month of November! The calendar lists the date, location, and time. The mobile market is stocked […]

Posted inUptown Observer

Schools should switch to virtual learning, Kenosha health officer says

Kenosha County Health Officer Jen Freiheit recommends that all local schools and colleges switch to virtual-only learning from Nov. 23 to Jan. 4. File Photo by Daniel Thompson/The Uptown Observer. KENOSHA COUNTY ⏤ Kenosha County officials are recommending that local schools move to virtual-only instruction until January due to COVID-19. Kenosha County Health Officer Jen […]

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Gretchen Schuldt: DOC should be more open about COVID-19

In late October, the Wisconsin Department of Corrections finally disclosed the number of COVID-19 deaths among people incarcerated in state prisons. That’s good news. But it’s troubling that this disclosure, which revealed that at least five state inmates have died, came only after months of delaying, obfuscating, and covering up. And the DOC is still […]

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COVID-19 Testing Resumes November 5th at Festival Hall

City of Racine – City of Racine Public Health Administrator Dottie-Kay Bowersox announced that National Guard COVID-19 testing will resume this Thursday, November 5, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. However, the location is changing from the Cesar Chavez Community Center to Festival Hall to accommodate the anticipated long line as COVID-19 cases continue to surge in […]

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Masks, poll watchers, pandemic: Wisconsin prepares for Election Day

This article is made possible through Votebeat, a nonpartisan reporting project covering local election integrity and voting access. As Calena Roberts sees it, voting on Election Day is a ritual. But it’s one that’s been disrupted this year. “My mother-in-law’s 90 years old,” said Roberts, SEIU Wisconsin state field director. “And she and my husband […]

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Federal Lost Wages Assistance Available

MADISON – The Federal Lost Wages Assistance (LWA) Program is now available to eligible state residents. LWA provides an additional $300 weekly unemployment benefit to individuals unemployed due to the COVID-19 pandemic in August and September. The program was announced last month and the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) started processing payments on Sept. […]

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Opinión: El Estado Debería Nombrar Las Escuelas Con Casos De Covid-19

SU DERECHO A SABER / JONATHAN ANDERSON Johnathan Anderson Aquí hay algunas preguntas para que los padres reflexionen: ¿Le importa si sus hijos contraen COVID-19? ¿Quiere poder mantenerse informado sobre los casos de coronavirus en su comunidad? ¿Los funcionarios responsables de la salud pública y la educación deben ser responsables de cómo responden (o no […]