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10 things to know for Monday, Oct. 20: President clears schedule to focus on Ebola
10 things to know for Monday, Oct. 20: President clears schedule to focus on Ebola
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today.
Delavan Piggly Wiggly sells $1 million lottery ticket
A $1 million Mega Million lottery ticket drawn Friday was sold at Piggly Wiggly, 1414 E. Geneva St., Delavan, according to a Wisconsin Lottery release.
After more than a decade of debate, Sho-Deen development might become reality
After more than a decade of debate and several trips to court, a subdivision in the town of Delavan might actually become a reality.
Consumers spending more this Halloween
Consumers spending more this Halloween
The 74 percent of U.S. households that buy Halloween items will spend about $11.3 billion this year, according to the International Council of Shopping Centers.
Edgerton boys participate in Socktober by collecting socks for charity
Two Edgerton brothers participated in the Socktober movement by collecting new socks for a local charity, mom Erin Smerchek said.
Rock County economic indicators improve
All seven indicators for the third quarter of 2014 are positive when compared to the same quarter of 2013.
George Williams College offerings scholarships specifically for Walworth County residents
George Williams College of Aurora University in Williams Bay is offering new scholarship opportunities to potential students who are permanent Walworth County residents.
Rock County's GDP growth among best in nation
Rock County's GDP growth among best in nation
The value of goods and services produced in Rock County in 2013 increased at a rate bettered only by a few other metro areas in the United States.
Walker, Burke disagree on Wisconsin's economy
Walker, Burke disagree on Wisconsin's economy
Democrat Mary Burke argued during a debate Friday in Wisconsin's hotly contested governor's race that Republican incumbent Scott Walker mismanaged Wisconsin's finances.
Former police officer pleads guilty to theft charge
A former village of Bloomfield and village of Genoa City police officer suspected of stealing money from the Genoa City Police Department pleaded guilty to his crimes, according to online court records.

Local

Delavan grocer sells $1 million ticket
Halloween spending is frightening
Local economic indicators improve
Finally, a subdivision
Socktober: Boys give new socks to charity

Crime

Brian Bates' death under investigation
Officer pleads guilty to theft charge
Strange letter surfaces in death case
Police sergeant faces life after arrest
Judge advances child abuse case

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