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Posted inCORONAVIRUSLocal news

City, RUSD, and AMI Health Partner to Bring Vaccine Clinics to School Events

RACINE– Today, Mayor Cory Mason and RUSD Superintendent Dr. Eric Gallien announced a partnership to help provide more equitable access to the COVID-19 vaccine for students and families at upcoming school events with the support of AMI Health and the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS). AMI Health, which currently operates the vaccine clinic at […]

Posted inPolice and fire

Trial starts for Racine Police officer in 2015 incident with Park High School student

Accusations that a Racine Police officer used excessive force against at Park High School student in a 2015 incident led to charges against the officer. Now, 38-year-old Brinelle Nabors is in the first days of a trial where he is facing charges of felony misconduct in public office and misdemeanors for battery and disorderly conduct, […]

Posted inSchools

Students Earn Medals At SkillsUSA Competition

Kudos to the students at Case, Horlick and Park high schools! They participated in the 44th annual Wisconsin SkillsUSA Leadership and Skills Conference on April 25 and 26 in Madison, a CTE leadership and technical skills competition.   The following students earned medals in their events: Case High School Jordan Bloemers earned first place in Welding. This […]