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Dark Stores challenge effort on Kenosha County, City ballots in November

Local officials and state lawmakers from the Kenosha area gathered earlier this week to urge support for a nonbinding, Kenosha County referendum on the Nov. 6 election ballot that calls upon the Legislature to close a loophole that allows large retailers to skirt property taxes. As business opportunities expand, especially throughout Racine County and Southeast […]

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Community Members Needed for Superintendent’s Advisory Council

Racine Unified Superintendent Lolli Haws is asking interested community members to join the Superintendent’s Advisory Council to help improve education across the district. From RUSD: The Council is finishing up its second year of work which has included: Efforts to support the 2014 referendum communication campaign. Involvement in the research, planning and preparation to launch the […]

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Racine Unified Referendum Updates: Case Field House, Giese ADA Compliance

Racine Unified is posting updates on its website about work being done throughout the district using referendum money approved last November. The Case High School field house was a total reconstruction. Crews took the area down to the studs and dirt floor before rebuilding boys and girls locker rooms; the weight room and gym with hardwood […]