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You'll see changes Tuesday on GazetteXtra.com.
Clifford Woolever will retire after 47 years as the first and only administrator of Evansville Manor.
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.
Seven Craig High School music students recorded an album of of Christmas pop standards. They did it for fun and friendship, and they're selling the album for charity.
Milton High senior is a force for Rock County Fury and Milton girls soccer
Parker got close several times throughout the second half but never cleared the hump, and Middleton held on for a Big Eight Conference victory at Parker High
Stained-glass artist Richard Snyder hopes to re-invent himself on the Honduran island of Roatan.
The Janesville School District's Bags of Hope food driv brough in more in donations this year than in 2016. It's more food (and more love), Superintendent Steve Pophal said.
Here's a timeless video I made a number of years ago about a life and nearly death battle in my own backyard in Janesville.
The humane society will provide Janesville's animal control services, including taking in lost and stray pets, for the next three years at $125,000 annually.
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