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Posted inLocal newsSchools

Willkomm’s Gives Grants to Case High School, Gifford Elementary & Yorkville Elementary School

Thanks to the efforts of Willkomm’s Washington Avenue Mobil at 6840 Washington Avenue, Willkomm’s on Spring at 1215 N. Green Bay Road and Willkomm’s PETRO Mobil at 717 S. Sylvania Avenue; Case High, Gifford Elementary and Yorkville Elementary Schools have all been awarded a $500 Exxon Mobil Educational Alliance grant. “As a Mobil retailer, I […]

Posted inBreakingPolice and fireSchools

Bomb Threat at Yorkville Elementary School Believed To Be A Hoax

Bomb squads from Milwaukee, Racine, and Kenosha counties responded to Yorkville Elementary at 8:40 a.m. Tuesday after a student found a note referring to a possible bomb and weapons on school property, said Sheriff Chris Schmalling, of the Racine County Sheriff’s Department. Bomb squads from Milwaukee and Kenosha counties assisted Racine County in a search of […]

Posted inBreakingPolice and fire

Breaking News: Law Enforcement Presence Around Yorkville Elementary School

There’s a large law enforcement presence near Yorkville Elementary School, which includes deputies from the Racine County Sheriff’s Department and the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Department, according to Racine County Eye reader Ray Stibeck. According to preliminary reports, the incident has been going on since about 9 a.m. However, very little information is known about the reason for […]