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An outside observer: Janesville woman watches over Kenyan election
An outside observer: Janesville woman watches over Kenyan election
Elizabeth Bray volunteered through the Carter Center to be an observer at the Aug. 8 election in Kenya.
Press Start: I wish Valve could count to three
Press Start: I wish Valve could count to three
Video game developer Valve is responsible for bringing us some of the most beloved game franchises in history, Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee writes. It's just too bad so many will end unfinished.
All abuzz: Endangered bumblebee spotted in Janesville
All abuzz: Endangered bumblebee spotted in Janesville
A high school student found an endangered bumblebee at Janesville's Rotary Gardens.
Press Start: 'Metro' games nail atmosphere
Press Start: 'Metro' games nail atmosphere
An effective, properly executed atmosphere can turn a fun yet forgettable game into a memorable adventure.
50 years of tradition: Sisters at heart of St. Elizabeth home
50 years of tradition: Sisters at heart of St. Elizabeth home
The sisters of St. Elizabeth Nursing Home are committed to God, serving others.
Miller: Elkhorn's Wiswell hopes for Hambletonian success
Bill Wiswell and his connections have three horses running at The Meadowlands in New Jersey on Saturday
Press Start: The nostalgia of ‘Unravel’
Press Start: The nostalgia of ‘Unravel’
Every once in a while, Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee runs across a game that sticks with him not because of its gameplay or story but the feelings it evokes. "Unravel" is one such experience.
Schmoldt: Janesville 15Us refuse to quit
The local team was down to its last strike twice Sunday before winning the Ohio Valley Regional title and advancing to the Babe Ruth League World Series for the third straight year.
Fuel & Tires: Busch breaks winless drought; Newgarden leads IndyCar points
Fuel & Tires: Busch breaks winless drought; Newgarden leads IndyCar points
Following another busy weekend of racing, Dave looks at the recent winners along with some other goings-on.
An Ice Age ramble: Twosome set to finish 1,200-mile trail
An Ice Age ramble: Twosome set to finish 1,200-mile trail
Michael Thayer Jr. and his wife, Dawn, will finish hiking the 1,200-mile Ice Age Trail in Rock and Walworth counties.

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