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Of course the Beloit Town Board is abandoning its incorporation effort. It never stood a chance of getting approval without an incorporation application dramatically different from the one the state Incorporation Review Board rejected last year.

The Milton School Board should fire Superintendent Tim Schigur and Director of Administrative Operations Jerry Schuetz before the April 2 election to send a message to voters that it's serious about regaining their trust. We want the $59.9 million referendum to pass but feel its passage is in doubt so long as Schigur and his No. 2 man are in charge. School Board President Tom Westrick should resign immediately because of his role in approving the now-notorious $10,500 stipend to Schigur.

The heavily redacted documents, including dozens of blank pages, released by U.S. Immigration and Custom Enforcement last week to fulfill a local congressman's records request are an unsettling reminder of this agency's secretive nature.

We agree with the decision by Craig Thompson, Gov. Tony Evers' yet-to-be-confirmed designee for transportation secretary, to push ahead with the Janesville segment of the Interstate 90/39 project without seeking new bids.

For clues as to how Invenergy's proposed 250-megawatt solar farm straddling the border of Rock and Walworth counties might unfold, watch closely events in Iowa County, where the same company wants to develop a 300-megawatt farm.

Law enforcement agencies across the United States have been grappling with statistics showing racial disparities in arrests and incarceration rates, and so similar findings for Rock County should be viewed in a wider context. The disparities highlighted in Sunday's front page story by Gazette reporter Frank Schultz would be more concerning if Police Chief David Moore wasn't a leader in improving race relations between his officers and the minority community.

A power struggle or miscommunication, maybe both, have put the Walworth County Drug Court in danger of ending. We're not sure we completely understand the dispute, but one thing we do know: This program is a critical tool in the fight against the opioid epidemic.

Thumbs up to Rep. Bryan Steil holding listening sessions, to YMCA Board of Directors bringing back three former board members, to barring political ice sculptures from competitions. Thumbs down to Foxconn changing its plans.

YMCA of Northern Rock County CEO Tom Den Boer is wielding a lawyer, and he's not afraid to sue. That's how we interpret Den Boer's defiant statement Saturday, his first public remarks since The Gazette began reporting nearly a month ago on concerns about a lack of transparency at the Y and Den Boer's treatment of Y members and members of the board of directors.