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Walters: Contempt referrals open new John Doe chapter
It's a good thing the term of veteran Brown County Circuit Court Judge Kendall Kelley isn't up until 2021. His latest assignment may take him years to complete.
Our Views: Thumbs up/down for Monday, Dec. 18
Thumbs up to the Janesville Post Office, Will and Katie Springer. Thumbs down to dismissing Alabama election results, more Monterey Dam drama.
Sound Off for Sunday, Dec. 17: Roy Moore, nonprofit pay and a shot dog
Our Views: Scrutiny of nonprofit pay serves the public interest
The Gazette publicized the salaries of nonprofit CEOs because nonprofits are, well, just that. They exist not to make money but to make the community a better place, often with a mission to help impoverished families and those with disabilities.
Other Views: UW-Rock County will continue to thrive
Our primary goal during this restructuring is to serve our students.
Other Views: State lottery gets a gift from taxpayers
In the spirit of the holidays, state leaders gave the Wisconsin lottery a $48 million gift in the 2017-19 state budget. The gift will help keep down homeowners’ property tax bills this year and next. But it may come with several lumps of coal.
Your Views: A question to contemplate this Christmas
Is there room in my heart and yours for Christ and what Christmas is really about that money can’t buy?
Your Views: More money won't help people overcome problems
Together as a Rock County community we must find something that people will want more than each of these problems.
Our Views: Meet tomorrow's masters of technology
Community Elementary in Edgerton stands out as a school that makes coding part of its STEM curriculum, and we suspect it's only a matter of time before schools across the region figure out coding isn't just for computer geeks anymore.
Your Views: New hunting rule sends wrong message to children
I was sickened and also saddened to see the photo of a very young child with a gun (Nov. 22, Page 2A) sitting next to a dead deer, which she supposedly shot and killed and was being praised for her achievement.

Columns

Walters: Contempt referrals open new John Doe chapter
Walters: Schimel touts his conservative credentials in re-election bid
Cyr: Native Americans have long history of supporting US military causes
Bremel: Let’s finally stop arguing about ‘Merry Christmas’
Walters: No denying sex plays role in Capitol chemistry

Letters to the Editor

Your Views: A question to contemplate this Christmas
Your Views: More money won't help people overcome problems
Your Views: New hunting rule sends wrong message to children
Your Views: Taking a moment to appreciate The Gazette
Your Views: Men interact with women at their own risk

Our Views

Our Views: Thumbs up/down for Monday, Dec. 18
Our Views: Scrutiny of nonprofit pay serves the public interest
Our Views: Meet tomorrow's masters of technology
Our Views: Janesville School Board to teachers: You pay
Our Views: Outsiders part of theme in homicides

Other Views

Other Views: UW-Rock County will continue to thrive
Other Views: State lottery gets a gift from taxpayers
Other Views: Wildfires out West also hurt Wisconsin
Other Views: Rock County poised to get sicker
Other Views: Civics crisis extends beyond the classroom

Sound Off

Sound Off for Sunday, Dec. 17: Roy Moore, nonprofit pay and a shot dog
Sound Off for Wednesday, Dec. 13: CEO pay, ugly sweaters and Milton seclusion
Sound Off for Sunday, Dec. 10: Monterey Hotel, stolen decorations and the Journal Sentinel
Sound Off for Wednesday, Dec. 6: Milton incident, hunter photo and North Korea
Sound Off for Sunday, Dec. 3: Courthouse park, Pocahontas and Marine Corps