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Daniel James Naughton, 69, his family was his life

Obituary for Daniel James Naughton Daniel James Naughton passed away peacefully at home surrounded by his loving family following a courageous battle with cancer. Dan was born in Madison, Wisconsin on March 7, 1954, the son of James and Earlene (Baldwin) Naughton. Dan’s childhood was spent on military bases throughout the world as his father […]

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‘THE PASSIONS PROJECT | LGBTQ+ Racine’ showcased at UW-Parkside until March 30

KENOSHA — On display at the UW-Parkside Library Art Space is a visual art movement created by Racine local, Heidi Wagner. THE PASSIONS PROJECT | LGBTQ+ Racine showcases a series of stories of Racine’s vibrant LGBTQ+ community by offering the viewer a glimpse into their passions. THE PASSIONS PROJECT | LGBTQ+ Racine is a series […]

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UPDATE: Free kringle for veterans Nov. 11 from O&H Danish Bakery, Tabak Law, The Prairie School

UPDATE: Free Kringle distribution that began on Nov. 9 will continue on Veterans Day, Nov 11. There will be 150 kringles given away to service members from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at O&H Danish Bakery, 5910 Washington Ave., in Mount Pleasant. Veterans who participate must bring proof of service to claim a Kringle. Original […]

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Modesti Scores Boys’ Varsity Soccer Coach Position at The Prairie School

Michael Modesti began playing soccer at a young age. His days as a child were spent running up and down the fields at the Soccer Complex of Racine, also known as SCORe. His love for the game carried him to opportunities to play as a dual-sport athlete at Carthage College, 2001 Alford Park Drive in Kenosha, WI. […]

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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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Racine’s Jennifer Schmidt Competes at the 100th Miss America Competition

Racine native and current Miss Wisconsin Jennifer Schmidt was one of 50 contestants on stage at the Miss America’s 100th-anniversary edition competition. The competition was held on Thursday, Dec. 16, at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, CT, and broadcast on NBC Universal’s streaming platform, Peacock. Leading up to Thursday night’s finale, Schmidt and the […]

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Hometown Hero: Sophia Karegeannes

Sophia Karegeannes wears many hats, including a crown. The Racine County Eye Hometown Hero of the week is a future nurse, Miss Racine 2020, a reading tutor, CNA, and active community member. During National Nursing Week, we honor her commitment to the healthcare field and the Racine community. Photo Credit: Denise Watrous Karegeannes is a […]

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Imogene P. Johnson believed in giving back to the community

Imogene “Gene” Powers Johnson was a remarkable woman whose intelligence, humility, grace and beauty were matched equally by her strength of character, boundless compassion and lifelong passion for education and learning.  She was a loving daughter and sister, a devoted wife, as well as an incredible and devoted mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. Her determination and […]

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Mary Ann Miller Farley Was A Dedicated Volunteer

Mary Ann Miller Farley passed away with her husband and daughter by her side on Thursday in Racine, Wisconsin. She was born March 2, 1931, in Racine, Wisconsin to Mary Elizabeth “Dolly” Middlecoff Miller, of Duluth, Michigan, and Bernard “Bernie” Henry Miller, of Racine, Wisconsin, co-founder and co-owner of Miller Bros. Insurance Company. (The original […]

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Obituary: Michele Babu

With her children at her side, Michele Marye Babu, 72, passed away peacefully Friday at Wheaton Franciscan All Saints Medical Center. She was born in Fall River, MA on July 2, 1943. She was the daughter of the late Felix and Estelle (Nee: Horyza) Mankowski. Michele graduated from Washington Park High School “Class of 1961” […]

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People Of Racine County Eye: Meet The Man Behind The Band Kristian Iliev

Racine resident Kristian Iliev has big dreams for his band: The Racing Pulses, and one of them includes cutting a full-length album someday. Iliev started the band when he attended Walden High School. Later he met Mathieu Evans, who lives in Racine, is also a member of the band. “Matt is smart,” Iliev said. “He’s one of the smartest people I know.” […]

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