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Posted inObituaries

Obituary: Diana Zuniga

Diana G. Zuniga, 62, passed away unexpectedly Monday at her residence. She was born in Racine, Oct. 19, 1953, the third of eight children of the late Jesus and Margaret (Nee: Wensing) Zuniga. Diana graduated from J.I Case High School “Class of 1971”, attended Gateway Technical College and graduated from Concordia University with a Bachelor of Science […]

Posted inCommunity

A fun St. Pat’s weekend

A Happy St.. Patrick’s Day to all! Regardless of whether you’re Irish, you’ll find a big parade, a place to learn, live theater and lots of laughs. Put on your green and come along with Real Racine. Steppin’ out for St. Paddy. Head to Downtown Racine on Saturday for bands, bagpipers, dancers and even a […]

Posted inBusinessSchools

Gateway Technical College To Offer Low-Income Students Free Tuition

Low-income students will be able to attend Gateway Technical College for free starting in the fall of 2017 through a partnership between area businesses, state and federal government called the Gateway Promise. The Gateway Promise hopes to increase enrollment in the technical college system by targeting high school seniors with the hope of getting them into the workforce […]

Posted inBusinessCommunityGovernmentWisconsin Jobs

Lawmakers, Municipal Leaders Get An Earful On How To Address Poverty

Racine and Mount Pleasant residents packed a conference room Monday night at Gateway Technical College with the purpose of telling Racine Mayor John Dickert, Gateway Technical College President Bryan Albrecht and Rep. Cory Mason how the two communities could fix its poverty problem. Residents spoke out about issues around race, transportation, mental illness, education, and […]

Posted inCommunity

Humanitarian Award Nominations Accepted Until Nov. 20

Nominations for the Gateway Technical College’s 2016 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Humanitarian Award are being accepted until Nov. 20. Racine Unified teachers and students who make humanitarian contributions to society; in their school, business, job or profession; and demonstrate a dedication to volunteering; instills pride in the community and inspires others are eligible for […]

Posted inSchools

Excellence in Racine: Teachers Attend High-End Training

Teachers from J.I. Case and Washington Park high schools this summer attended an intensive train-the-trainer event at Gateway Technical College so they can help their students reach even higher. Dan Meyer from Case and Dave Dixon, Gottfried Georgi and Jerry Kobriger from Park are now certified in torque techniques and precision bolting. The classes they attended […]