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Angel Idowu

Literacy group launches fundraiser
- The Literacy Connection recently launched a community appeal to raise funds for the organization to expand. Read more >>
Girl steps up for sick cousin
- Local girl has rummage sale to raise money for cousin with Lou Gehrig's disease. Read more >>
Houseplant exhibitors compete
- Each day, the Rock County 4-H fair has a number exhibits, including Thursday's houseplant exhibit. Read more >>
Janesville residents report white squirrel
- Elizabeth and Mark Lencho of Janesville were out on their front porch in the Briar Crest subdivision early one morning when they spotted a white squirrel in their neighbor's tree. Read more >>
Humane society gets own vet
- For the first time in 120 years, the Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin has an on-staff veterinarian. Read more >>
City slickers take on the fair
- I didn't know what to expect as I prepared for my first 4-H Rock County Fair, but after being told to “wear shoes that I don't mind getting poop on”, I began to understand. Read more >>
Extra rain helps crops, raises river
- Janesville has received 3.4 inches more rain than average between April and June. Read more >>
Benefit planned for stroke victim
- Carol Belke's family is hosting the Carol Belke Stroke Awareness Benefit at 11 a.m. Saturday, July 12, at The Rock Bar & Grill, 101 Maple Ave., Beloit. Read more >>
Children's entertainer sings songs kids would write
- When Laurie Berkner writes a children's song, she likes to consult her audience first. The resulting tunes have created many passionate young fans. Read more >>
Bike and Build helps in Beloit
- Wednesday, Bike and Build worked with Community Action on neighborhood projects in Beloit's Merrill neighborhood. Read more >>
Janesville artist illustrates her first book
- Illustrator of new book “Precious Pearl” by Joan Hughes, Rebecca Gavney Driscoll is one of Janesville's local watercolor artists. Read more >>