Posted inObituaries

Christopher David Thompson, 57, enjoyed cheering his sons on most of all

Obituary for Christopher David Thompson Christopher David Thompson, age 57, passed away on March 2, 2023, at his residence. Christopher was born in Chicago on April 6, 1965, the son of Theodore and Janet (nee: Finsen) Thompson. Christopher David Thompson Christopher, also known as Chris and Barney to his friends, attended St. Rita’s Grade School […]

Posted inCommunity, National News

Miss America Organization crowns Wausau’s Grace Stanke as 2023 winner

Last week, Wausau, Wis. native Grace Stanke took the crown, winning Miss America 2023. Now she’s on a mission to empower others and promote her social impact initiative Clean Energy, Cleaner Future, on the national level. The 20-year-old senior nuclear engineer student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison didn’t get to this spot overnight. It started […]

Posted inBusiness, Business Spotlight, Local news

Business Spotlight: Renier Hotopp Law

Renier Hotopp Law, a Boutique Law Firm specializing in Divorce, Child Support/Custody, is open for business, striving to serve clients in Southeastern Wisconsin. The women-owned firm is run by Lindsay Renier, an experienced attorney. The newer firm officially opened in June 2020, but in May 2022, Reiner Hotopp Law put down roots at its location […]

Posted inElections, Government, Local news, Politics

Candidate Mitchell: ‘Fairness and justice is what I’m all about’

RACINE — Dane County Circuit Judge Everett Mitchell, a Wisconsin Supreme Court justice candidate, told an audience here Monday that he’ll be “a listening judge.” Dane County Circuit Court Judge Everett Mitchell chats with attendees at a campaign event Monday evening. – “It’s time for us to remember that all the different rights are respected. […]

Posted inGovernment, Local news, Schools

Racine County Youth in Governance Program accepting nominations for participants through Dec. 16

RACINE COUNTY — Nominations are now open for participants in the Racine County Youth in Governance program. The deadline is 4:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 16. The Youth in Governance program was established by the Racine County Board of Supervisors in 2013 to give county high school students an opportunity to contribute their voice to community […]

Posted inCommunity, Government, Health, Local news

Pandemic support fading for 1 in 12 Wisconsinites who were food insecure

by Erin Gretzinger / Wisconsin Watch, WisconsinWatch.orgJuly 21, 2022 Wisconsin Watch’s ‘Beyond Hunger’ series examines those who are food insecure in America’s dairyland. Wisconsin Watch is a nonprofit newsroom that focuses on government integrity and quality of life issues. Sign up for our newsletter for more stories straight to your inbox and donate to support our fact-checked […]

Posted inElections, Government, Local news

Racine Native Running For State Treasurer

MADISON – Racine native John S. Leiber this week announced that he is a candidate for Wisconsin State Treasurer. Leiber (pronounced LYE-burr) will be seeking the Republican Party nod for the seat in the Aug. 9 partisan primary. The only other announced GOP candidate is Orlando Owens of Milwaukee. Leiber, a graduate of Prairie High […]

Posted inSchools, Sports

UW volleyball coach Sheffield earned $100k bonus for winning national championship

by The Badger Project, The Badger ProjectJanuary 18, 2022 UW volleyball coach Kelly Sheffield huddles with his players at the national title game on December 18, 2021 in Columbus, Ohio. Photo credit: Taylor Wolfram. BY NATHAN DENZIN, The Badger Project Winning a national championship is a dream come true — but for UW coaches, it’s […]

Posted inCommunity, Non-Profits

Grant Applications for Youth as Resources Due November 12

Kenosha County Youth as Resources (YAR) provides grants for youth-based groups. Groups must be sponsored by an adult as well as a church, school, or community agency. These grants are provided to groups whose desire is to make a difference in the community. Community service, as defined by YAR, is: “Youth and adults contributing time […]

Posted inLocal news, Schools

Wisconsin School of Business Launches Healthcare Leadership Professional Development Certificate

Offered by the Wisconsin School of Business Center for Professional & Executive Development and co-designed with healthcare practitioners, the Healthcare Leadership Certificate blends the business of healthcare with the leadership skills needed to be successful through change and disruption. MADISON, Wis.- The Wisconsin School of Business Center for Professional & Executive Development (CPED) announces the […]

Posted inLocal news, Schools

Racine County in UW-Madison’s UniverCity Year Program

RACINE COUNTY – Racine County is among four communities that have partnered with UniverCity Year, a program of the University of Wisconsin-Madison designed to help localities solve pressing challenges. The three-year partnership will tap into UW-Madison faculty, students, and staff who will incorporate specific issues related to Racine County into coursework or research. Marathon County, […]

Posted inCORONAVIRUS, Government, Local news

As COVID-19 spreads, so do conspiracy theories. A Wisconsin professor teaches ways to confront them.

Ajay Sethi, a professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and director of its Master of Public Health program, studies the spread of infectious diseases such as HIV and measles. He also studies the spread of public health conspiracies, which can quickly unravel the progress achieved by researchers. Conspiracies in Public Health, a popular course taught […]

Posted inObituaries

Obituary: James Schweitzer Enjoyed Foreign Films

James F. Schweitzer, age 91, passed away Saturday, March 11, 2017, at his residence Racine Commons.  He was born in Racine, October 10, 1925, the 7th of 7 children of the late Theodore N. and Emma (Nee: Benish) Schweitzer.  James earned advanced degrees received from the University of Wisconsin, Madison and University of Washington, Seattle.  During […]

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