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Posted inSchool Awards

SNHU Announces Summer 2021 President’s List

MANCHESTER, NH-It is with great pleasure that Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) congratulates the following students on being named to the summer 2021 President’s List. Full-time students who have earned a minimum grade-point average of 3.700 and above are named to the President’s List. Full-time status is achieved by earning 12 credits; undergraduate day students […]

Posted inOpinion

OPINION: School Boards Leader Calls for Civility

Wisconsin Association of School Boards Executive Director John Ashley released the following statement: We’ve become increasingly alarmed at the recent reports of personal threats of violence and harassment directed at school board members across the state. Civil disagreement and protest are cornerstones of our democracy but attempts to intimidate school board members and physically disrupt […]

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OPINION: Legislation Eliminates Healthcare Collaboration

Wisconsin patients beware: some nurses don’t want physicians involved in yourhealth care. The State Legislature is currently considering legislation to alter theway health care is provided in the state. Assembly Bill 396 and Senate Bill 394 authored by Representative Rachel CabralGuevara (R-Appleton) and Senator Patrick Testin (R-Stevens Point) eliminate thephysician-led health care teams that make […]

Posted inKenosha SchoolsLocal newsPolice and fireSchools

Gateway Technical College Fire Students Train with Kansasville Fire Department

Students from Gateway Technical College’s Fire School were in Kansasville for training. The 17 students in attendance were practicing fire and rescue training modules. Rob Knight captured the event and those participating in Firefighter I & Firefighter II classes. The Kansasville Fire Department assisted the Gateway students. Gateway Technical College Fire Students train with Kansasville […]

Brews and news meet-up set

Join the Racine County Eye for our brews and news meet-up from 6 to 8 p.m. August 11 at Racine Brewing Company, 303 Main St., Racine. We’ll get together, have a few beers, eat some pizza and talk about the news. Feel free to ask questions about how we put together our stories, what you […]

Posted inCommunityEvents

Relay for Life Racine 2021

Relay for Life Racine is an annual fundraiser that benefits the American Cancer Society (ACS). The event’s goal is to raise funds for cancer research, honor survivors, support the community, and celebrate Relay for Life’s impact. This local event will take place on August 13 at Mt. Pleasant Campus Park, 8500 Campus Drive. The kick-off […]