Posted inArts & Entertainment, Community, Culture, Events, Food & Drinks, Non-Profits

Thoughts for Food raises money for Racine County Food Bank on March 4

RACINE — Musicians in the Racine community are coming together to put on a show for the Thoughts for Food fundraiser benefiting the Racine County Food Bank. The 31st annual event will feature an all-ages concert series throughout the day and wrap up with the adult-only portion of the event that night. Students, up-and-coming artists […]

Posted inCelebrations, City Hall, Community, Non-Profits, Schools

Veterans Day Ceremony & luncheon at Memorial Hall on Nov. 11 hosted by RAVI, Racine Lutheran High School

RACINE — Racine Area Veterans Inc. (RAVI) and Racine Lutheran High School (RLHS) are joining forces to host a Veterans Day Ceremony at Memorial Hall, 72 7th St. The event will start at 10 a.m. on Nov. 11 and will include a variety of tributes and remarks. The ceremony will include a proclamation declared by Mayor […]

Posted inCommunity, Lost Pets, Non-Profits, Pets

Stray dog “Midnight” rescued from street drain, taken to Wisconsin Humane Society

“Midnight,” a one-year-old, mixed-breed dog is no longer sleeping under the stars, but rather safely residing at the Wisconsin Humane Society in Racine. Formerly known as “Blackie,” the stray dog had quite the journey to safety. She was on the loose and roaming free for 5 months, according to Billy’s Posse Executive Director Kristin Wilson. […]

Posted inLocal news, Schools, Sports, Wisco Huddle

Graham Accepts Varsity Head Football Coach Position at Case High School

Case High School’s Varsity Football has appointed a new head coach. Anton Graham has accepted the position to take over and replace the previous coach, Bryan Shredl. This will be Graham’s first head coaching opportunity as a football coach for Racine Unified School District. He has years of experience under his belt as a coach […]

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