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Racine is French for "root," fitting because the settlement that is now Racine grew out of the area where the Root River empties into Lake Michigan. Located in the Chicago-Milwaukee corrider, Racine claims to be the largest settlement of Danes outside of Greenland and the city is known for its Danish pastries. Several local bakeries have been featured on the Food Networks. The city is also known for its large prom celebration, during which students from all of the city's high schools participate in one large after prom party.

Population: 82196
Local Newspapers: The Journal Times Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel
Local Sports Teams:
Local Colleges: University of Wisconsin-Parkside

Zip Codes associated with racine, wisconsin: 53402 53403 53404 53405 53406
Towns/Cities near racine, wisconsin : North Bay Wind Point Elmwood Park Mt Pleasant Kenosha Union Grove

Racine News
County leaders block funding plan for development corporation

Creating a new Kenosha and Racine Economic Development Corporation funded by collecting 1 percent of annual tax incremental district revenue from both counties will not advance in the legislature. "This will not be brought forward," state Rep. Samantha Kerkman, R-Salem Lakes, said, adding opposition from municipal leaders was too great.

Bacteria prompts Wisconsin shelter to euthanize 2 dogs

The Wisconsin Humane Society has stopped accepting dogs from the public and is transferring animals to other shelters while investigating the source of bacteria that caused staff to euthanize two dogs. An 11-year-old Pomeranian and a 1-year-old Shepherd mix were euthanized Wednesday after testing positive for "strep zoo" at the humane society's Ozaukee campus, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported .

Snyder: 'Station Eleven' author visits tonight to kick off Big Read

"Station Eleven" author Emily St. John Mandel will be at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside tonight to kick off The Big Read. "Station Eleven" author Emily St. John Mandel will be at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside tonight to kick off The Big Read.

SCTP and Kolar Arms announce renewed Sponsorship

The Scholastic Clay Target Program would like to recognize its continued sponsorship by Kolar Arms of Racine, Wi. in support of the youth shooting sports! Kolar, a long time manufacturer of High quality shotguns stated that they would support the SCTP with a donation of one of their finest shotguns.

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Sen. Bob Wirch fails to get Republican signatures

State Sen. Bob Wirch failed to secure any Republican signatures on a letter sent Tuesday to Gov. Scott Walker calling for a special legislative session to consider the so-called "dark stores" loophole in Wisconsin tax law. The letter circulated by Wirch, D-Somers, was signed by him and 30 additional fellow Democratic lawmakers, including state Reps.

Sue's Hallmark, a north side landmark, to close its doors

Sue Gill, manager and owner of Sue's Hallmark, stands in her store, which will close soon. It has been at its current site at 2705 18th St. since 1996.

Audax-backed Imperial Dada acquires three companies

Imperial Dade , which is backed by Audax Private Equity , has made three acquisitions: Racine, Wisconsin-based Kranz, a provider of janitorial and sanitary supplies; Willow Grove, Pennsylvania-based PCA Industrial , a distributor of paper, food service disposables and janitorial supplies; and Austell, Georgia-based Sikes Paper , a provider of janitorial supplies, cleaning chemicals, paper disposables and packaging equipment. No financial terms were disclosed.

Techlash: Foxconn's Wisconsin Con & Bitcoin's Carbon Bubble

A growing backlash against information-technology companies is making headlines, with calls to stop social-media platforms from distributing fake news, prohibit multinational IT businesses from rapacious personal-data collection, and either impose strict regulation on data monopolies by defining them as public utilities, or break them up in the name of competition . There's also increasing concern with the addictive effects of smartphones and other devices, a moral panic that unites corporate leaders with parents and teachers in their anxiety over the mental state of America's youth.

Artifact of the month: Depression-era waffle iron

The Great Depression was a time with some irony to it. While many people were struggling to make ends meet, sales of household luxuries rose steadily.

Wisconsin village to make offers to Foxconn property owners

RACINE, Wis. - The southeastern Wisconsin village that will be the location of Foxconn Technology Group's massive manufacturing complex is offering local homeowners 140 ) north of Chicago, announced its plans Wednesday to make way for the Taiwanese company's plant, The Journal Times reported .

Immigrant Youth & Allies Urge Paul Ryan to Pass the Clean Dream Act with Funding Bill

Since the President ended DACA protections in September 2017, over 19,000 immigrant youth have lost protections and become vulnerable to deportations. The group will rally at on the corner of S 6th St & Main St and then march to Speaker Ryan's office at 216 S 6th St .

Terrell Banks allegedly attacked his mother with a steak knife after smoking marijuana.

Banks, a 23-year-old from Racine, Wisconsin, allegedly said the marijuana "put him beyond his comfort zone," even though the drug has never made him feel that way before, according to Fox6. He tried to meditate, Banks said, but the voices in his head said someone was attempting to rape him.

He smoked pot, grabbed a steak knife and meditated, cops say. Then his mom walked in.

Banks, a 23-year-old from Racine, Wisconsin, allegedly said the marijuana "put him beyond his comfort zone," even though the drug has never made him feel that way before, according to Fox6. He tried to meditate, Banks said, but the voices in his head said someone was attempting to rape him.

Lawsuit filed in police shooting

RACINE, WI The City of Racine and two of its police officers are being sued in federal court by the family of a 26-year-old man shot and killed last month. The civil suit was filed by the family of Donte Shannon against undercover officers Chad Stillman and Peter Boeck, claiming they violated his constitutional rights.

Representatives introduce bill to create regional transit authority

State Reps. Peter Barca, D-Kenosha, Chris Sinicki, D-Milwaukee, and Greta Neubauer, D-Racine, introduced legislation this week to authorize the creation of the Southeastern Regional Transit Authority.

Dealer Rewards for Sustainable Growth

Case IH executives shed light on the changes in the earned volume bonus the OEM makes available to dealers with the program released last year. Editor's Note: This is the second in a series of articles based on an over-lunch interview with Case IH's North America's Jim Walker, Vice President, and Melinda Griffin, Director, Network Development, at the headquarters offices last fall in Racine, Wis.

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