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Following Diamond's diagnosis — and the introduction of several new animals at the zoo including an eagle and Groot, an owl — the Racine Zoo is hosting the All in for the Animals fundraiser from Tuesday to Thursday to raise money to support all of their inhabitants.  According to the zoo, the RUUD Family Foundation, Educations Credit Union and McDonald's of North Racine will match each donated dollar up to $5,000 to help the fundraiser.

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RACINE — Do you provide care for a loved one and also juggle the demands of your employment?

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Owners Tina and Clark Mitchell have a deep devotion to all things French, especially after taking numerous vacations there. It was clear to them what sort of restaurant they would open up if they ever got the chance. 

The cafe has also given Tina and Clark the chance to revitalize their lives after the pandemic: "I started to get a little down," Tina said, "then bam! I feel alive again, opening the restaurant."

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A former North Freedom man was sentenced to four years in prison after being caught in connection with burglaries across 15 counties between June 2017 and May 2019.

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Following Diamond's diagnosis — and the introduction of several new animals at the zoo including an eagle and Groot, an owl — the Racine Zoo is hosting the All in for the Animals fundraiser from Tuesday to Thursday to raise money to support all of their inhabitants.  According to the zoo, the RUUD Family Foundation, Educations Credit Union and McDonald's of North Racine will match each donated dollar up to $5,000 to help the fundraiser.

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RACINE — Do you provide care for a loved one and also juggle the demands of your employment?

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Owners Tina and Clark Mitchell have a deep devotion to all things French, especially after taking numerous vacations there. It was clear to them what sort of restaurant they would open up if they ever got the chance. 

The cafe has also given Tina and Clark the chance to revitalize their lives after the pandemic: "I started to get a little down," Tina said, "then bam! I feel alive again, opening the restaurant."

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