News Archive for January 27, 2013
By GAZETTE STAFF - Sunday, Jan. 27, 2013
By CATHERINE IDZERDA - Sunday, Jan. 27, 2013
On Saturday, about 10 kids and their parents made fishing poles in the gym at The Salvation Army, 514 Sutherland Ave. The Janesville Noon Optimists sponsored the event, which was led by members of the Custom Rod Builders Guild.
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By FRANK SCHULTZ - Sunday, Jan. 27, 2013
A discussion in Amanda Werner's class got out of control last month. Children began chattering excitedly. Werner could have shouted. Instead, she lowered her voice.
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By JIM LEUTE - Sunday, Jan. 27, 2013
The speculation about Janesville’s vacant General Motors plant crops up as routinely as the seasonal weeds in its sprawling parking lot.
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By KATHLEEN PARKER - Sunday, Jan. 27, 2013
Ground combat is one area in which women, through quirks of biology and human nature, are not equal to men—a difference that should be celebrated rather than rationalized as incorrect.
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By BARBARA J. MINER - Sunday, Jan. 27, 2013
Vouchers have drained money from the Milwaukee Public Schools, while leaving the district with the most difficult-to-educate students. Class sizes have skyrocketed, art and music teachers are disappearing, and the district is in a financial crisis. Janesville, if you’re not careful, this could be your future.
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By ESTHER J. CEPEDA - Sunday, Jan. 27, 2013
The same tableau of mortal enemies trying to crush the ideological opposition plays itself out in the fight over immigration. Missing is any understanding of where each side is coming from—a necessity if we’re ever going to make any headway on the matter.
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