Don't have plans Tuesday night? Check out the talk by photojournalist Mark Hirsch on his book, “That Tree,” at 6 p.m. at Janesville's Hedberg Public Library, Opinion Editor Greg Peck writes.
It isn’t just around here that autumn seems to be getting a late start. It has been late in arriving in Wisconsin’s north woods, as well.
Readers have suggested that Janesville's turkey vultures like to hang out and roost on the ball diamond backstops at Craig High School. Here's photographic evidence.
Greg Peck made a startling discovery out west this month. “Buffalo Bill” Cody, considered the most famous man in the world around 1900, brought his show here repeatedly.
If you enjoy any photography at all, you probably were like Greg Peck last night, waiting for skies to clear for that “blood moon.”
It’s good to have dreams for the future. One of mine involved building a retirement home on the Wisconsin River. Today, that dream is gone.
Next time I’m walking my dog and see a squad car pass by, I plan to wave. Here’s why.
After a storm slammed Janesville last Thursday, dropping trees and power lines, some residents wondered why sirens didn't sound. Here's why.
What makes you think anyone wants to pick up after you? Your mother would be ashamed.
I know what I’ll be doing Saturday—enjoying another reunion with the Marshall High School Class of 1975. It’s hard to believe we’ve hit number 40.
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