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Ian Rigg spent two weeks in the city of Christchurch, New Zealand, through the International Manager Exchange Program earlier this year. Emma Davis, a Christchurch... [Read More]
School funding is complicated, but it's crucial that people understand what it means for their pocketbooks. [Read More]
The Jets lost 4-1 on Friday night but won 4-2 on Saturday to finish 2-3 on their five-game Alaska road trip. [Read More]
Shakespeare long ago wrote that "truth will out," meaning that what's true -- by virtue of its basis in fact and logic -- eventually will... [Read More]
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When he ran the state's largest teachers union, Morris Andrews joked that—from his Nob Hill Road office on Madison's south side—he could monitor Republican Gov.... [Read More]
"If you're white, you're all right. If you're brown, stick around. If you're black, get back."—African-American folk saying... [Read More]
An estimated 20,000 people—including many children—are homeless in Wisconsin as winter approaches. Living out of cars, in tents or on the street, they need a... [Read More]
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Milton High's senior football players made it their goal to lay a foundation under first-year head coach Rodney Wedig. They did that, going 8-1 and... [Read More]
Five notable performances by area high school athletes over the past week and five events to watch for over the next seven days. [Read More]
Janesville native Tim Cullen has written a book that chronicles the heydays and last days of Janesville's General Motors plant. [Read More]
UW-Whitewater is exploring the idea of adding a daily commuter bus to and from the Milwaukee metro area, but the campus police chief said they... [Read More]
Janesville Craig's Bryan Bloomquist finished fifth to lead city runners at the Big Eight Conference girls and boys cross country meet Saturday at Rockport Park. [Read More]
Bailey Ratzburg and Danielle Cramer won two events each Saturday to lead Milton's girls swim team to the Cougar Sprint Meet title. [Read More]
Pheasant season opened yesterday, with a one-rooster daily limit in place until tomorrow, when we enter the two-bird "bonus round" for the remainder of the... [Read More]
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