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As work begins on the ARISE plan to make downtown Janesville attractive, it's not just city officials making an effort.
The Lego robotics competition encourages teamwork and learning, and helps kids focus on critical thinking, said Parker Computer Science Teacher Robert Getka.
The Janesville School Board will consider teacher-student ratios, loud equipment and the policy for reviewing the superintendent when it meets Tuesday.
The bridge replacement will begin Monday and last through August.
If all or most of the projects slated in 2017 for the Interstate 90/39 lane expansion make the final cut in the new state budget, the massive mega-project will see its most significant glut of work yet.
A relatively mild winter so far has kept the city's snow-removal budget healthy, but a snowy November and December easily could drain it.
Concerns about how much oversight the Janesville City Council has on consultant-hiring decisions has sparked discussion, but the city manager doesn't believe change is necessary.
The Alaskan Malamute Club of Wisconsin held its annual weight pull competition at the Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin on Saturday. The dogs can pull up to 2000 pounds, club co-chairman Scott Bell said.
Time and again, the Rock Trail Coalition has shown perseverance to develop and maintain hiking and biking trails. It marked its 25th anniversary this month.
The Craig High School cheerleading team is going to the state competition Saturday in Madison.
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