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Greg Peck: A delightful evening to learn about Parker Pen history
Greg Peck: A delightful evening to learn about Parker Pen history
Summary: My wife and I attended a special program Friday evening at BMO Harris Bank in downtown Janesville. We had a delightful time.
Steven Walters: Republicans want to declaw utility fighting citizens board
CUB Executive Director Kira Loehr said the group's advocacy saved $161 million for electricity customers last year alone.
Michael Gerson: The intricate knot of urban poverty
The imposition of order in impoverished communities through police and prisons is possible but also costly, prone to abuse and probably unsustainable.
Your Views: Here’s why prevailing wage is law that helps Wisconsin
Some of these companies can come in with low-ball bids because they have less skilled employees, inferior material, and poor workmanship and safety practices.
Your Views: Janesville official explains city's reassessment process
Detailed, accurate information is needed on items such as lot size; building age and square footage; and the number of bedrooms and bathrooms.
Your Views: Let’s charge abortion docs with killing unborn, too
When will we see a headline that reads, “Doctor arrested after unborn child dies in abortion”?
Your Views: Rep. Paul Ryan deserves credit for fresh look at poverty
Evidence shows that the programs intended to help the poor are making the lives of the poor significantly worse.
Jason Stanford: We are all Baltimore
In our rush to condemn the looting and to celebrate the mom who whupped her delinquent son, we skip right over listening.
Thumbs Up/Down for Monday, May 4, 2015
Thumbs Up/Down for Monday, May 4, 2015
Thumbs Up to Edgerton's Angie Stone, First Tee youth golf and TIF deal for Gallina; Thumbs Down to lack of recognition for Jets' Matt Jurusik.
Sound Off for Sunday, May 3

Columns

Greg Peck: Evening emerses attendees in Parker Pen history
Michael Gerson: The intricate knot of urban poverty
Jason Stanford: We are all Baltimore
Steven Walters: Republicans want to declaw utility fighting citizens board
Esther Cepeda: Disappointment in the latest Nation's Report Card

Letters to the Editor

Your Views: Janesville official explains city's reassessment process
Your Views: Rep. Paul Ryan deserves credit for fresh look at poverty
Your Views: Let’s charge abortion docs with killing unborn, too
Your Views: Here’s why prevailing wage is law that helps Wisconsin
Your Views: Urge elected leaders in US to get tough with ISIS

Our Views

Thumbs Up/Down for Monday, May 4, 2015
Our Views: Mr. O'Leary, please explain contrast in criminal trials
Our Views: Staffing squeezes on emergency crews lack simple solutions
Our Views: Janesville Farmers Market's downtown move could symbolize future
Our Views: Lori Stottler leaving legacy of transparency, courtesy as Rock County clerk

Other Views

Web Views for Friday, May 1: Grocery competition, gun range, McCoy's suit, Brewers
State Views: Prevailing-wage law good for Wisconsin, should be retained
Web Views for April 24: McCoy suit, roaring noise, officer training, old home's move
Other Views: Global warming poses critical decision as we mark Earth Day
Jason Stanford: 'Ashley's War' delves into women serving in U.S. military

Sound Off

Sound Off for Sunday, May 3: Readers weigh in on school issues, Hillary Clinton
Sound Off, April 29: McCoy editorial, prom prices, gun range
Sound Off, April 26: Paul Ryan, Social Security, city spending
Sound Off for Wednesday, April 22: Watson's gravel plans spark comments
Sound Off for Sunday, April 19: Gov. Walker stirs callers