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Edgerton man dedicated life to serving others
Mike Guisleman was involved in plenty of civic service organizations throughout Rock County. He died Sept. 3 at the age of 64.
Former Rock County jailer stands mute to theft charges
An ex-jailer accused of stealing from an inmate stood mute Monday in Rock County Court, prompting the court to enter not-guilty pleas on his behalf.
Today in History: September 18
Today in History: September 18
Among today's events in history, rock star Jimi Hendrix died in London at age 27 in 1970.
Family ties bring business owners to Orfordville
Family ties bring business owners to Orfordville
Owners of the two newest storefronts in downtown Orfordville chose their locations because of strong family ties to the village.
Turner School Board gives thumbs-up to spring building referendum
The Beloit Turner School Board said "yes" Monday to a referendum next April to authorize borrowing for a new elementary school and middle/high school addition.
YWCA collecting nominations for workplace diversity award
The nominations deadline for a YWCA Rock County workplace diversity award is Sept. 29.
Janesville landfill continues to expand, remain competitive
Janesville landfill continues to expand, remain competitive
Owning and operating a landfill has allowed Janesville to keep its waste collection fees low and even profit from other municipalities, but space isn't infinite.
Senate GOP musters final push to erase Obama health care law
Senate GOP musters final push to erase Obama health care law
Senate Republicans are revving up a final push to scuttle President Barack Obama's health care law.
Janesville woman charged with fourth OWI
A Janesville woman faces her fourth intoxicated driving charge in connection with a traffic stop early Sunday morning, according to a news release from the Janesville Police Department.
Evansville police recruit help to prevent drug, alcohol use
Law enforcement officers from Evansville, Janesville, Edgerton and Rock County recently teamed up to conduct high-visibility traffic stops in Evansville.

Local

Former student gets probation in sex case
Proposal sent back to committee
Abuse victim finds healing through NAMI
Turner referendum gets thumbs-up
Judge denies motion in murder case

Crime

Not guilty is plea in court disruption case
Ex-jailer stands mute to theft charges
Woman charged with fourth OWI
Red Road House provides a refuge
Jury: Girl in stabbing mentally ill

Today in History

Today in History: September 19
Today in History: September 18
Today in History: September 15
Today in History: September 14
Today in History: September 13

Columns

Talks explore issues of the Great War
Advocates focus on concerns of seniors
Bosnian refugees build life in Janesville
Youth group takes civil rights journey
Woman observes Kenyan election

Public Record

Public Record for Sept. 19, 2017
Public record for Sept. 18, 2017
Public record for Sept. 17, 2017
Public record for Sept. 16, 2017
Public record for Sept. 15, 2017