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The Beloit International Film Festival comes to a close Sunday. The two-week festival brings an economic boost and community support, local business owners say.
Gardeners are starting to consider their gardens, so the UW Extension is starting to think of harvest and food preservation.
Dorothy Pond learned hands-on archaeology alongside her famous husband, Alonzo Pond, who recovered nearly a quarter-million artifacts in North Africa.
As the certainty of Act 10 becomes the norm, students who never worked in a world without it look ahead to what's in store for their futures.
Travis Schwantes believes that the crimes people are accused of committing don't accurately reflect who they are as human beings.
The aging and damaged Monterey dam faces costly repairs under a DNR mandate. Janesville officials are now considering options, including tearing out the dam.
Open enrollment for summer classes at UW-Rock County begin Monday, March 2.
It could be 10 days before results of a public grievance hearing that took place Thursday night are made public.
City Hall is not giving away free pizzas at Janesville City Council meetings, which means there's got to be another reason why 22 people have applied for an open city council seat.
The Rock County Board of Supervisors narrowly upheld the decision of an independent hearing officer in the case of a firing of youth services employee.
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