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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.
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.
Our primary goal during this restructuring is to serve our students.
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.
Is there room in my heart and yours for Christ and what Christmas is really about that money can’t buy?
Together as a Rock County community we must find something that people will want more than each of these problems.
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.
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.
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