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Evansville utility gets OK for system work
Evansville Water & Light utility received state approval Friday to build a three-mile power line east of the city and replace a transformer, which are part of a five-year system upgrade.
Organizers plan community garden
Janesville schools look further abroad
Edgerton buys 'blighted' house near City Hall


On fast track to success
Elkhorn sophomore is one of top players in SLC.
Milwaukee's home struggles continue in late-night loss
Brewers' Gomez to appeal suspension; Maldonado gets 5 games
HS track: Parker tops Memorial; Middleton upends Craig


Jason Stanford: The dawn of new age in political lies
The Supreme Court is weighing whether politicians are entitled to their own truth. No wonder a recent Rasmussen poll measured a puny 6 percent approval rating for Congress.
Dick Polman: Keystone pipeline punt is pure politics
Sound Off for Wednesday, April 23: Readers start gubernatorial volley
J.B. Van Hollen: 'Take-Back Day' can prevent addictions


Quick Kicks: Art events crowd the calendar
This weekend and next weekend feature at least three events involving art: Evansville's annual art crawl, the UW-Rock County Foundation's Taste of Culture and a student art display put on by the...
More photographs but fewer prints
Roadhouse brings bayou to little Newville
Night music for April 17, 2014


Death Notices for April 23, 2014
Janice Mae Ulik Schade, Whitewater, WI (1934-2014)
Leland Eugene Schultz, Brodhead, WI (1936-2014)
Jill Ann Russo, Monroe, WI/formerly Brodhead, WI (1969-2014)


Greg Peck: Are changes at demolition landfill reasonable?
Not everyone will like the changes at the city of Janesville's demolition and compost landfill sites. But I'm OK with them.
Greg Peck: What this Tax Freedom Day means to Wisconsinites
James Martin: Lenten passages offer strength
Greg Peck: Did you enjoy wonderful weekend weather?