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After considering the evidence, our elected representatives decided this spot and design were best. The 6-1 vote was solid.
We published the wrong Page 3B in the April 13 paper. Instead of a page with timely sports content, we reprinted the 3B from April 2.
Credit former U.S. Sen. Herb Kohl for his deep desire to keep the Bucks in Milwaukee.
Perhaps most important, the Rock River Philharmonic will begin its new season in January with a diverse three-part performance series.
Adding a bypass exit near the south end of Janesville Street would be even more expensive now that the bypass is open. Still, long term, that would be ideal.
Funding needs a long-term cash infusion, and Republicans controlling Madison are averse to higher taxes or fees.
Thumbs Up to improvements in OpenBook Wisconsin, a court ruling demanding access to emails and St. Paul's Lutheran School readers; Thumbs Down to carelessness with "controlled burns."
Sure, the district scored 7 percent higher than the state average in math and 4 percent higher in reading. But a chart in Tuesday’s Gazette tells a different story.
It confirms the confidence that astute, forward-thinking Janesville City Council members showed in 2012 when they approved millions in incentives to help SHINE build a factory here.
Upon reflection, the Badgers enjoyed a great year. It wasn't as spectacular it might have been, but it was impressive by any measure.
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