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Posted inSchool (free)

Alan Mollerskov, Union Grove Union High School District Administrator, to retire after 50-year career

UNION GROVE — Union Grove Union High School District Administrator Alan Mollerskov has announced his plan to retire after the 2022-2023 school year. Mollerskov’s decision to retire comes after 50 years in education: 17 at St. Catherine’s High School as a teacher and coach, and 33 at Union Grove Union High School in various administrative […]

Posted inCommunity, Kenosha Schools, Opinion, Schools

Op-Ed: Gateway’s Dr. Bryan Albrecht – Colleague, Partner and Friend

An open letter to Dr. Bryan Albrecht of Gateway Technical College on his retirement Dr. Albrecht… Bryan: Most of the time a “congratulations on your retirement” letter starts out with congratulations on your retirement. I’m not ready to go there just yet. When I came to southeast Wisconsin and UW-Parkside 13 years ago, I was […]

What You Need to Know About Finding Financial Freedom

Imagine a life where you had no debt and could just about anything you wanted. Sounds pretty good, doesn’t it? For most people, even ones high paying jobs they’re still financially free. They may still have a mortgage or car payment each month, or maybe they have a bad habit of overspending, so they’re still […]

Posted inLocal news, Police and fire

William Macemon To Serve As Interim Police Chief

RACINE – Racine Deputy Police Chief William Macemon will serve as Acting Police Chief following the planned March 31 retirement of Racine Police Chief Art Howell. The Racine Fire and Police Commission earlier this week unanimously approved Macemon’s appointment effective April 1. He will serve in the position until newly named Police Chief Maurice Robinson […]

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