"The Racine Police Department along with Child Protective Services is
actively searching for Amanda Ibarra Gasca and Ivan Ruiz aka Vante
Rojas. Both parties are wanted for questing in an endangered child
investigation case. The mother should be traveling with three children
ages 10, 8, and almost 2 years old, along with her boyfriend Ivan Ruiz.
They should be operating a tan or gold 2004 Ford Explorer with Illinois
"Officers have attempted to locate the children and indications are
that the adults could possibly be avoiding contact with law enforcement.
"Wisconsin Clearinghouse for Missing, Endangered, and Exploited Children has issued an alert for the mother and children.
"Racine Police Investigators are interested in any additional
information that anyone may have about the location of these subjects,
or their children. Any witnesses, or citizens with information, are
urged to call the Racine Police Department Investigations Unit at
what it boils down to is whether bond documents for a Racine man
released from the Racine County Jail last week reflect a $2,500 cash
bond, or $2,000.
"His defense attorney contends only $2,000 was
posted for his release, and he shouldn't have been set free because he
still owed $500. Racine County’s sheriff staunchly maintains the
document states $2,500 was the bail price, and all $2,500 was paid –
leading to Fred C. Gossett’s rightful release."
52, formerly of Park City, Illinois, near Waukegan, allegedly stomped
on the puppy in a Racine home in 2012 -- with his son -- because the
dog’s owner owed the younger Gossett $13. His defense attorney said in
court on Wednesday that he called her Monday to inform her he wrongly
had been released from jail because he still owed $500.
State Public Defender Adrienne Moore, who heads the state Public
Defender’s trial office in Racine, stated via text message on Thursday
that 'the jail made a mistake' in releasing him.
bond was changed from $2,000 (in 2013) to $2,500 (on Nov. 12) by the
(judge). While he had previously paid $2,000, he had not paid the
additional $500 to get out of jail so the jail clearly made a mistake.'
"Mistake? 'Not according to how my supervisors interpret the court documents,'
Racine County Sheriff Chris Schmaling stated in a text message Thursday.
voters head to the polls on Feb. 17 to choose among four candidates for
the mayoral election, which includes: Janice Hand, Ed Diehl, Melvin Hargrove, and incumbent John Dickert.
"The two candidates with the most votes on Feb. 17 will oppose one another for the spring election on April 7. "The Racine County Eye and the Racine Taxpayers’ Association sponsored a candidate forum at Gateway Technical College
on Thursday where candidates fielded a number of questions about their
experience and positions on a number of issues. Each candidate had a
minute to respond to questions. We’ll feature a number of those
questions and the candidates’ answers over the next several days."
I can't wait for the gangsters and drug dealers to encounter the proposed roundabout at Douglas Ave. and Hamilton St. I bet that within a week, a vehicle will get air from driving right through the middle of the thing.
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"RACINE — The city
will end up footing part of the bill for a roundabout at Hamilton Street
and Douglas Avenue when a partial reconstruction of Highway 32 takes
place in 2017.
"The City Council voted 7-5 on Tuesday night at City
Hall, 730 Washington Ave., to pick up $262,612 of the cost for putting
in the traffic circle after state transportation officials ruled the
project unwarranted. Aldermen Melissa Kaprelian-Becker, Mike Shields,
Eddie Diehl, Ron Hart and Q.A. Shakoor II, voted against the move."
Another colossal waste of tax dollars. I've driven through that intersection many, many times. A roundabout is uncalled for. Maybe the police who sit and talk in the parking lot on the southeast corner could do some traffic control?
Jupiter rose near the full Moon last night so I thought I would post a pic from my place in Tucson.
Last night, I made a quick timelapse from some shots I took at Kitt Peak a couple of weeks ago with a Lensbaby 5.8mm fisheye lens. I wish I had let it go longer since I like what I got...I really need to get a second camera so I feel better about tying one up all night!
Hello, my chili beanies!How are you?Have you unstuck
yourselves from the storm?Any damage
done?I heard there was a foot of snow
got half a foot more.The parking on side
streets becomes a real challenge.In
Chicago, amongst those who have to park on the street overnight, there is an
unspoken code that you don’t steal the spot of the guy who worked for an hour
and a half to clear his vehicle.People
put out kitchen chairs to reserve their spots.I’m very lucky to be aided and abetted by Señor Zanza and Junior in snow
removal.Junior is a strong, young man
who can be wicked with the snow shovel.The thing is, he needs an audience, primarily an audience of teen age
girls.All that Señor Zanza would say is
“Don’t worry.Everything will be fine in
the morning.”Miraculously, on the next
morning our sidewalk, driveway and apron were clear.Señor
Zanza was still sleeping. I quickly put on some clothes, a coat, hat and
boots.I went out and surveyed all of
our property.All driveway and walking
surfaces had been cleared,What got to
me is that there wasn’t a single mark left from a shovel, snow thrower, or a
plow.It’s like the snow melted in those
Sometimes Señor Zanza scares me a little.
How about those Patriots, huh?Calling a group of lying cheaters “Patriots”
is a slur.They’ll get a fine for
deflating their balls in a playoff game, but no one will take the title away
from them.The message to the kids: go
ahead and cheat.Our Super Bowl
“winners” do it.
We have some elections coming up shortly and it would serve
us all if we sought out information on the candidates.http://www.jtirregulars.com/2015/02/racine-county-eye-taxpayers-assoc.htmlMr. Mayor Dickert’s office is up for
grabs.It would behoove us if we also
vote, for any side.And stop the
inevitable mudslinging.They should
serve free food at polling places.That would
swell the turnout.Free beer would be
even better, but who wants a bunch of drunks deciding our fate?Yuck!
It was Groundhog Day two days ago and our local groundhog
saw her shadow, so we get six more weeks of winter.That makes sense.If only someone would plug all of the
groundhog’s entrances and exits, he/she would be a no-show.Then what?Everyone gets drunk and goes home, wondering what the next six weeks
hold in store for them.
Driving conditions were worsened by last night’s snow, so
please be careful out there.I curse
this weather.Every year I say I’m going
to move to a warmer climate. But I never do.So, this year I’m not even going to try.To heck with it.Maybe that way
I’ll actually do it.
Thank you so much for stopping by to read my blog.I appreciate every smile and tear.I love my readers.I’m proud of them.
Take it easy in the snow.Allow more time.Slow down.(I fishtailed today. Oh my.)The snow makes everything more
difficult.Be careful and be mindful of
your surroundings.I don’t ever want to
lose an Irregular to a crash in snow.
"A photo of Greenfield firefighters and paramedics shoveling a patient's driveway has gone viral with more than 1,600 shares and 21,000 "likes" on Facebook. "Now, those same paramedics are using their newfound notoriety to 'shovel it forward.' "A Greenfield fire engine and two
paramedic units were dispatched to assist a man suffering a severe
cardiac problem on Sunday as nearly a foot of snow blanketed the Milwaukee area, Fire Chief Jon Cohn said. "Paramedics tended to the man, who had
started shoveling his driveway before the emergency, and took him to
Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center. The man's name and condition have not
been released, per federal privacy laws. "A family member wasn't able to get her
car out of the driveway because of the snow and Greenfield police
officers drove her to the hospital. "On the way back to the fire station,
paramedics talked about the worsening weather conditions and decided to
pick up shovels from the station and return to the house to finish what
the man had started, paramedic Tom Konieczka said. "They cleared the driveway in 30 minutes.
By Heather Asiyanbi in Community, Government · February 3, 2015 "Racine
County Eye and the Racine Taxpayers Association are partnering to
present a number of community candidate forums in the weeks leading up
to the February primary and April general elections. "The forums will give residents an opportunity to hear directly from
the candidates. Voters will also have the chance to ask questions of
their own, too. "We will update this story as more details become available. "Sturtevant Municipal Judge: "7 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 4 at Village Hall, 2801 89th Street. "Candidates are Robert Niemiec (i); Steve Brown; Kathy Lynaugh; Stuart Ten Cate "Racine Mayor: "7 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 5 in the Great Lakes Room at Gateway Technical College, 1001 Main Street. "Candidates are: John Dickert (i); Edward Deihl, Melvin Hargrove, Janice Hand "Racine Aldermanic: "7 to 8 p.m. Thursday, April 2 in the Great Lakes Room at Gateway. "Contested races: "5th District: Final two from the primary between Sue DeKeuster, Monte Osterman, Paul Sloth, Steve Smetana "7th District: Ray DeHahn (i) and Eric L. Mohr "Mount Pleasant Village President: "7 to 8 p.m. Thursday, March 19 at Village Hall, 8811 Campus Drive. "Candidates: Mark Gleason (i) and Jerry Garski"
"Racine-area McDonald’s are participating in the Pay with Love
promotion, and customers from around the area are getting happily
surprised when offered the opportunity to pay for their orders with an
act of kindness or love. "The restaurant chain advertised Pay with Love during the Super Bowl Sunday; the promotion runs until Valentine’s Day. "Felina Coleman posted a video Monday of a woman calling her father and telling him that she loves him 'to the moon and back.' "Coleman and her co-workers can be heard saying, 'Aww' and clapping for the customer. "Each store will hand out 100 free meals at pre-determined times throughout the day, according to a story at Good News Insider. "Official rules state that each location’s manager – the Lovin’ Lead –
will choose the times between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. daily. Acceptable acts
of kindness could include fist bumping the cashier, calling someone to
say 'I love you,' customers hugging their companions or blowing someone a
kiss. "A McDonald’s spokesperson told AOL the goal is to increase customer happiness."
From rhe Shepherd Express
, Art Kumbalek comes with his column "Art For Art's Sake," more or less every Tuesday. Art's been doing this for more than 30 years, so he must have something to say.
Dear Madame Zoltar
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