Submitted photo BY TERESINA WATSON Jumping into a workout without taking time to prep your body cannot only cause injuries, but set your progress back. Low impact exercises prior to working out can safely prepare you for the workout ahead. Try a dynamic warm-up along with foam rolling (also … [Read More...]
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Shepherds College horticulture intern Isaac Dostal (center) will accompany Ron and Lisa Stark to Dostal’s home country of Guatemala during a mission trip Jan. 12-20. Katie Matteson photo BY KATIE MATTESON If you’re one of the subscribers to Hoyer Homestead’s Community Supported Agriculture … [Read More...]
Martin M. Secor was among Racine’s former mayors to ride in the “Welcome Home” celebration parade held July 5-6, 1909. Pictured, from left: A. J. Horlick (1907-1911), Secor (1884-5 and 1888-9, David G. Janes (1895-1897), Adolph Weber (1890-91), Peter B. Nelson (1903-1907), Frank Mitchell … [Read More...]
Carl Matteson photo Instructor Ryan Lojeski demonstrates one of the techniques. Carl Matteson photo BY KATIE MATTESON Cindy Peterson started judo in 1969 at the Racine YWCA Shushin-Kan Judo Club at the age of 15. Her parents encouraged her to learn the sport so she could develop skills to … [Read More...]
Carl Matteson photo Sandra, Chef Aaron and David Morris. Carl Matteson photo Restaurant Name: The Egg Plant Café & Catering Owner’s Name: David Morris Year Established: January 2018 Location and Contact Info: 3751 Douglas Ave., Racine, WI 53402, (262) 456-1329, … [Read More...]
Bocce Ball is a popular activity during the Friendship Circle. Carl Matteson photo A couple dances to the German music of Horst’s Polka Band, with Racine musicians Joanne Baker on saxophone and Horst Schaller on accordion. Carl Matteson photo BY KATIE MATTESON If you’re a caregiver for … [Read More...]
BY JIM MERCIER This month’s article involves something that you probably walk by almost every day, but rarely ever pay attention to, until you need one. Yes, I’m referring to the common fire extinguisher, which has been used in public buildings, factories, schools, stores, and even in the home … [Read More...]