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Rest assured, they still have cliques at Craig High School—like most other high schools in America. So when “High School Musical” opens at Craig High on Friday, April 28, art will be mimicking reality.
Gazette sports editor Eric Schmoldt and writer John Barry discuss the biggest stories in area high school sports over the past week.
Joseph A. Jakubowski's plan was not to harm anyone; he just wanted to live off the grid out West, possibly in South Dakota, his attorney said Tuesday after a hearing in Rock County Court.
Handbell ringers from three Milton churches will perform Sunday, April 30, in a popular community concert.
The Decorah eaglets born a few weeks ago are turning gray as Glen shares this video via the Raptor Research Project.
Gazette sports editor Eric Schmoldt and writer John Barry talk about the biggest storylines early for area high school spring sports.
The Vernon County man who reported the whereabouts of Joseph Jakubowski didn't know whom he had been talking to when he later called police, according to audio of the call released Thursday.
Last week, Glen ended his video hoping the smallest Decorah eaglet-- a scrawny, skin-and-bones punching-bag for siblings--would survive. Well, the eaglet may make it.
Authorities will focus on churches on Easter weekend in response to a possible threat by a Janesville man who wrote an anti-religion, anti-government manifesto and is suspected of having a large number of firearms.
The head man at the Rock County Historical Society talks about being sleep-deprived, explains why history is not boring and shares what it would cost to build the Lincoln-Tallman House today.
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