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This fall's harvest expected to yield lots of corn but not a lot of money
This fall's harvest expected to yield lots of corn but not a lot of money
Corn for grain prices have dropped to less than half of what they were last year. Meanwhile, this year's yields are expected to be good in Wisconsin and possibly record-breaking in other areas of the corn belt.
Big farms, frac sand mines could feel force of judge's groundwater ruling
Big farms, frac sand mines could feel force of judge's groundwater ruling
A recent legal decision is likely to significantly change how Wisconsin manages its groundwater and will especially affect the state's sandy counties where powerful wells are irrigating potato fields, servicing giant dairies, and providing water critical for the state's frac sand mining boom.
Rail improvements underway southeast of Janesville
Rail improvements underway southeast of Janesville
Once completed, work on the state owned rail line between Janesville and Avalon would allow for safer travel, more efficiency, faster service and an increase in product output, said Ken Lucht, director of government relations for the Wisconsin & Southern Railroad.
Janesville School District employees give record-tying scores on satisfaction survey
The Janesville School Board will hear the results of the district's employee engagement survey during it's meeting Tuesday night.
Police seek trailer that might have caused gas leak
Traffic was rerouted around the Janesville intersection of Beloit Avenue and Palmer Drive on Saturday afternoon because of a gas leak.
Chase leads Janesville police to suspected drug house
Five young men were arrested Saturday, two of them on charges of drug dealing, Janesville police said.
Bob the concrete dinosaur is back after being stolen in June
Bob the concrete dinosaur is back after being stolen in June
The lawn ornament made by a Janesville man was returned somewhat mysteriously Thursday.
Clown hopefuls learn from masters in Whitewater
Clown hopefuls learn from masters in Whitewater
Veteran clown Elaine Frietsch taught a clowning class Saturday with the help of an even more veteran clown, Cousin Otto.
Milton artist Larry Schultz happy to paint until the cows come home
Milton artist Larry Schultz happy to paint until the cows come home
When World Dairy Expo kicks off in Madison later this month, artist Larry Schultz will be there selling original paintings and prints featuring dairy breeds.
Janesville man arrested on his 5th OWI offense
The Janesville man was arrested in a Newville parking lot.

Local

Vets Roll veterans hold reunion
Billet families host Janesville Jets
Survey says: School employees satisfied
Rail line being replaced to Illinois
UW-Whitewater upgrading softball complex

Crime

Police release burglary video
Teen accused of burglarizing business
Sex offender to live in local motel
Voter ID law has little effect on most
Court order restricts reporting on case

Public Record

Public record for Sept. 21, 2014
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