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News

Clinton teen donates turkeys
Maj. Ruth Fay of the Salvation Army estimates the three turkeys Colin Tracy donated this year will serve 60 to 70 people this Thanksgiving. Fay said his generosity is “inspirational.”
Whitewater votes to increase tax rate
Police investigate shots-fired complaint
Clinton police controversy eases

Sports

Boys basketball: Fox's 24 points leads Edgerton over Milton
Senior guard helped Crimson Tide build 44-21 halftime lead in season opener
Basketball roundup: McFarland gets past Edgerton
Girls basketball: East too tall for Craig
Many contribute in Parker's girls basketball win over La Follette

Opinion

Our Views: Need a reason to be grateful? Here's a few
If you’re having trouble thinking of reasons to be grateful—perhaps because your refrigerator broke down one day before you’re expecting 20 guests—we’ve made a small...
Sound Off for Wednesday, Nov. 22: Gropers, Sheriff Spoden and hunter photo
Other Views: Baldwin has chance to fix rigged system
Your Views: Tax ‘reform’ is about ceding control to corporations

Living

Restaurant review: European influence prevails at Jac’s
Unless you're one of its regulars, you might not know that Jac's Dining and Taphouse in Madison features 15 Belgian and craft beers on tap, or that its tight menu includes some fine eats, or that it...
Chase connects with Scrooge for local stage swan song
Where to find live local entertainment Nov. 22-29
Music roundup: Vassar, Pickler to share stage at Potawatomi Hotel & Casino on Dec. 1

Columnists

‘Call of Duty: WWII’ not a series revival
Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee was happy to dive back into a first-person shooter with a real global conflict as the backdrop, but "Call of Duty: WWII" isn't the series revitalization he was...
Ask a Poultry Farmer: How to cook a backyard turkey
Racky leads talented list of college volleyball players
New book reveals blind lamb's tenacity

Videos

Glen Loyd Videos: Wisconsin's amazing dancing turkeys
What's more appropriate at Thanksgiving than the Amazing Dancing Turkeys I encountered at UW Arboretum?
Janesville women's rights pioneer dies
WATCH: Elkhorn From Above

Community

Death notices for Nov. 22, 2017

Wilford “Dean” Case, 64, Whitewater, died Monday at home. Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Schneider Funeral Home & Crematory, Janesville. Visitation will be...

Carol Joyce Aufderhaar, Whitewater, WI/Formery Fort Atkinson, WI
Timothy J. Gruenwald, Janesville, WI
Wilford “Dean" Case, Whitewater, WI