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Community art: Flag symbolizes men's love of country
Community art: Flag symbolizes men's love of country
Benny Useni and Ilir Banushi knew from the day they opened Whiskey Ranch in Janesville that they wanted a huge U.S. flag painted on an outside wall.
Learning from the ground up
Learning from the ground up
Young entrepreneur digs into organic farming.
Janesville declares snow emergency after season's first winter snowfall
Janesville declares snow emergency after season's first winter snowfall
Sunday's snow prompted city officials to declare a snow emergency.
Lifelong woodworker built his own casket
Lifelong woodworker built his own casket
Larry Huttner was passionate about woodworking, and about 10 years ago he built his own casket. After his death Monday, he's putting the casket to use.
Leftover money from Farm Technology Days will support local nonprofits
Leftover money from this summer's Farm Technology Days, held at a Zenda farm in July, will be reinvested in the community through grants.
The “Two Trumps” surface in president-elect’s transition
The “Two Trumps” surface in president-elect’s transition
Donald Trump’s skeptics hope the presidency will reveal a serious side of the brash businessman.
DOT offers final Interstate 90/39 construction update of 2016
DOT offers final Interstate 90/39 construction update of 2016
Here is the final Interstate 90/39 weekly construction update for the 2016 construction season, as provided by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation.
Rock County announces two upcoming park events
The Magnolia Bluff trail system in Evansville will close temporarily next week, and the 15th annual Candlelight Snowshoe and Hike in Clinton will take place Dec. 16.
Elder orphans a growing segment of U.S. senior population
Elder orphans a growing segment of U.S. senior population
Michael Rhodes, 71, of Janesville is an elder orphan: He has no spouse or family. But he's not alone. About 25 percent of seniors nationwide live alone.
Denizens of the deep: Author gathers lake-monster stories
Denizens of the deep: Author gathers lake-monster stories
People have reported strange creatures in more than 40 lakes and rivers in the state, author Chad Lewis said.