Results tagged with 'racine'
Published April 17, 2013
The Wisconsin Golden Gloves is required to have a doctor to perform pre-match physicals and to be ringside through its tournament of champions this Saturday, but the doctor originally in place will not be able to attend. Tournament organizers are currently searching for a physician.
Published April 6, 2013
Far be it from Bob Ranck to suggest that his participation in the 1953 Wisconsin Golden Gloves tournament was responsible for the attendance that is still the high-water mark in the history of the amateur boxing - an event whose 83rd annual run starts April 6 in Racine.
Published Feb. 11, 2013
Good news from Rocket Baby Bakery and Furthermore Beer, Sprecher small plates, changes to Dick's Pizza, restaurant expansions, and music festivals to benefit hunger.
Published July 31, 2012
Frank Lloyd Wright's buildings on the SC Johnson campus in the heart of Racine have long been among the Wisconsin architect's signature works. Now, a new gallery located in the lower level of Lord Norman Foster's 2010 Fortaleza Hall, will serve as a permanent gallery on the campus for annually rotating exhibitions focusing on Wright's work.
Published June 27, 2012
Every day there are hundreds of things that happen that are buried in the avalanche of big news stories like the economy, Lindsay Lohan and President Obama's birth certificate. The little stories that people should read and know about. Here are a few of them.
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Pres. Barack Obama's visit to Manitowoc, Wisconsin, the day after his January 2011 State of the Union address is the latest in a series to this important swing state, and carries national political implications. He carried Wisconsin by a comfortable margin in 2008, but Republicans were state and ...
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