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Jennifer and Jeremy Schaeffer were honored as Angels in Adoption in Washington, D.C., last month. They spent three days working to combat challenges faced by adopted families.
The Tennessee Williams play, which won the 1955 Pulitzer Prize for drama, covers a wide range of subject matter including social mores, greed, superficiality, mendacity, decay, sexual desire, repression and death.
Tugging at the end of her leash, Rumor ran circles around her handler as staff members at Kenlyn German Shepherds in Edgerton brought her eight puppies outside.
Family adjustment takes time when children go off to college.
Ann Reilly has been caring for and tagging monarchs for more than 20 years.
This year's event at New Life Assembly of God in Janesville will include The Compassion Experience, which offers attendees a taste of what what it's like to be a child in poverty.
Being homeless in middle school brings its own set of challenges.
Nahla was an extraordinary educator. True, she drooled more than other teachers, but she also allowed students to lean against her and stroke her ears. She is retiring this month.
A controversial decision to allow backyard chickens in Janesville appears to be a rousing success for chicken-lovers, their neighbors and even the feathery critters themselves.
The Templeton family will bring three generations to work this Saturday's dairy breakfast, being held from 6:30 to 11 a.m. at the Brandl Farm in Clinton.
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