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Press Start: Video games' most satisfying weapons
Press Start: Video games' most satisfying weapons
There are far too many amazing video game weapons to name even a small fraction of them, but here's a handful Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee has yet to grow tired of using.
Lose at home advantage hits Jets

When is home-ice advantage not really an advantage at all?

When you're the Janesville Jets, and you play in the North American Hockey League in the same division as a team from Fairbanks, Alaska.

The Jets spent the regular season...

Fuel & Tires: Earnhardt Jr. retiring from NASCAR
Fuel & Tires: Earnhardt Jr. retiring from NASCAR
The NASCAR retirement carousel keeps turning, this time with fan-favorite Dale Earnhardt Jr. announcing he will retire from competition following the 2017 season.
Ted Peck: Morals of morels
We should be thankful the DNR does not regulate morel harvest the way they do fishing.
Big Foot's Enz stands out as one of state's top hurdlers and quarterbacks
Jackson Enz doesn't mind comparisons.
Luitings' climb to top of water skiing took years to develop
Luitings' climb to top of water skiing took years to develop
Cathy and Gerry Luiting felt pressure long before their water skiing adversaries began attempting to knock them from the height of their sport's national and world perch.
A joyful noise: Milton musicians celebrate faith with handbells
A joyful noise: Milton musicians celebrate faith with handbells
Handbell ringers from three Milton churches will perform Sunday, April 30, in a popular community concert.
Fuel & Tires: Bristol for NASCAR; IndyCar hits Alabama
Fuel & Tires: Bristol for NASCAR; IndyCar hits Alabama

Following a rare weekend off, the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series returns to the 0.533-mile Bristol Motor Speedway for what is always an entertaining race. The series has held two races at Thunder Valley in eastern Tennessee since...

Press Start: Stop blaming real violence on video games already
Press Start: Stop blaming real violence on video games already
Video games have been pointed to as a reason to explain real-world murders, but there's no evidence to support such a claim, Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee writes.
Uphill Both Ways: Memories from Hubbell School
Uphill Both Ways: Memories from Hubbell School
This week in Uphill Both Ways: A fire and the saddest school photo ever.

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