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Thumbs up to "America's Dairyland" license plate and Evansville. Thumbs down to 36 percent spike in health insurance premiums and man who lied about puppy.
United Way Blackhawk Region’s annual fundraising campaign launched in September, though we work year-round to engage public and corporate support. What’s more important than the campaign is why we work so hard to mobilize our caring community.
When parents make a promise, they better be darn sure they can deliver. Does Janesville Superintendent Steve Pophal know how to deliver on several promises he made this year, including having 90 percent of third-graders reading at or above grade level by 2022?
For more than a year, UW System President Ray Cross and administrators looked at options for the 13 two-year colleges that help anchor smaller communities, such as Rice Lake, Baraboo, Richland Center and Marshfield.
Building a new high school improves the academic and extracurricular opportunities and experiences of Milton Middle School students.
Of all people, Janesville City Council President Doug Marklein knows Janesville needs new rental housing. He owns Marklein Builders and understands better than most the dynamics of the city’s housing market.
The NFL players are taking a knee against injustice. It is their right to do that.
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