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Thumbs up to the Janesville Post Office, Will and Katie Springer. Thumbs down to dismissing Alabama election results, more Monterey Dam drama.
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.
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.
If the Janesville School Board were truly interested in helping teachers pay for classroom supplies, it would rework the budget and tell administrators to pick up the tab.
A common thread in Janesville's two homicides this year is suspects who aren't from Janesville.
Thumbs up to SHINE sticking to timelines, Hedberg Public Library. Thumbs down to taxpayer-financed harassment settlements, few people attending Medicaid hearing.
Teachers and principals today discipline students at their own risk, and any whiff of overreaction can blow up on social media like happened in Milton.
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel became the latest publication to swoop into Rock County and deliver a bleak assessment about the region.
We examine a 2016 story in The Atlantic magazine, "Eleven signs a city will succeed," and ask the question: Is Janesville a successful city?
Thumbs up to sale of the former Chase Bank, Janesville Mall. Thumbs down to overreacting to creeper, deer carcasses littering roadways.
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