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Shooting for the stars: Waterford-area woman an international trapshooting competitor

TOWN OF WATERFORD — When Maddy Bernau first shot a gun at age 9, she didn’t like it at all. She didn’t like the kick or the feeling, and sh… Read more

Caledonia Jellystone Park construction underway

CALEDONIA — While some children and families may have already done some hiking or sat by a campfire at a summer camp, one local campground is getting a bit bigger to be more accommodating in the future. Read more

Why RPD officer Brinelle Nabors has been on paid leave for 2½ years and counting

RACINE — For more than 2½ years, Officer Brinelle Nabors hasn’t suited up for the Racine Police Department, nor has he been assigned to desk work. Read more

No injuries reported in northside vehicle fire

RACINE — A vehicle has been deemed a total loss after it started on fire on Racine’s north side early Sunday, causing an estimated $3,000 in damage. Read more

Firm picked for Water Street area demolition, cleanup

RACINE — The demolition and cleanup of nearly 27 acres of old, industrial Downtown properties will soon commence to create a clear redevelopment area and refurbished riverfront. Read more

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Racine County neighbors: Obituaries published today

Read through the obituaries published in today's edition of the The Journal Times. Read more

Candidates for Congress address immigration reform

Editor’s note: Candidates running in Wisconsin’s 1st Congressional District primary on Aug. 14 responded to a series of questions on a variety of timely and relevant topics. Two Democrats and four Republicans active in the race answered the question… Read more

Journal Times editorial: Facebook, your data and friends of Putin

You’ve probably seen the sentimentally sweet TV commercial for Facebook. Read more

Local veteran riding Harley in 22 states in 22 days to prevent veteran suicides

MOUNT PLEASANT — Nick Loomis is an Army veteran who almost lost his life — and did lose all feeling in his lower left leg — in a mortar attack in Iraq in 2004. Living stateside once again, he’s started his own business and is looking to give back to… Read more

State treasurer, secretary candidates square off in weekend debate

RACINE — Several candidates in two of this fall’s statewide races took a local grassroots group up on its offer to share their views at the first of two forums this month. Read more

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