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Thumbs Up/Down for Monday, July 28, 2014
Thumbs Up to life savers at Pick 'n Save, to teaching financial basis and to Tallman House themed tours; Thumbs Down to a slow start to the bluebird nesting season.
Editor's Views: Sports fans in Wisconsin have it good
Editor's Views: Sports fans in Wisconsin have it good
While it's always a good time to be a sports fan in Wisconsin, we're in the midst of a particularly rewarding stretch.
Our views: Hiring veterinarian at Janesville's shelter symbolizes care in community
For its first vet, the Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin was smart to hire someone with experience at a shelter, where disease can spread quickly.
Our Views: All should hope agriculture complex takes root elsewhere in Rock County
The setback might be temporary, might sew seeds of opportunity for some other municipality and might even be good for SWAG's plans in the long run.
Our Views: Rock County economic indicators worth celebrating
In Rock County, a new report continues to boost hopes that those bleak days that started in 2008 are falling further back in the rearview mirror.
Our Views: Graffts' plan could build downtown excitement
Imagine how this architecturally intriguing building at Main and Court streets could become a focal point of downtown redevelopment.
Thumbs Up/Down for Monday, July 21, 2014
Thumbs Up to volunteer action days, the CareLIVING Conference and UW-Rock County's College for Kids; Thumbs Down to lack of progress on Grafft's buildings.
Our Views: Celebrate youth, long tradition at Rock County 4-H Fair
The fair is a celebration of what’s good about the next generation of young adults.
Our Views: City of Janesville's strategic plan a proactive plus
Our Views: City of Janesville's strategic plan a proactive plus
It puts everything on the table so the city isn’t caught in a constant circle of reacting to the latest roofing or road reconstruction crisis.
Our Views: Research grant offers great news for Janesville residents hoping to kick tobacco
Using randomly selected free options, the center will provide some patients with nicotine patches or lozenges. Others will get one of these and counseling.