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City of Milton approves final leg of shared fire agreement with Janesville
City of Milton approves final leg of shared fire agreement with Janesville
Starting Feb. 1, the Milton and Janesville fire departments will share services more closely, but department officials say the new agreement is not the start of a merger.
Elkhorn High School junior joins city council for Youth in Government program
Elkhorn High School junior joins city council for Youth in Government program
Nathan Chapman, a junior at Elkhorn High School, was sworn in Monday night to join the Elkhorn City Council as part of the Youth in Government program.
Today in History: January 18
Today in History: January 18
Among today's events in history, Albert DeSalvo, who claimed to be the “Boston Strangler,” was convicted in Cambridge, Massachusetts, of armed robbery, assault and sex offenses in 1967.
New policing strategies adopted in Janesville stir controversy
A Los Angeles association of sheriff's deputies has come out strongly against ideas discussed this week in Janesville at a forum that included Rep. Paul Ryan.
Beloit man wins $100,000 in lottery scratch-off game
Robert Champion, Beloit, won $100,000 playing the Diamond Double Doubler
Turtle Creek expected to reach flood level; Rock and Sugar rivers to stay below
Turtle Creek is expected to flood after several days of rainfall and a foot of frost is causing rainwater to run off into local waterways.
Man sentenced for threatening Milton police officer
Robert L. Rudder of Fort Atkinson was sentenced in Rock County Court on Tuesday.
Today in History: January 17
Today in History: January 17
Among today's events in history, Hawaii’s monarchy was overthrown as a group of businessmen and sugar planters forced Queen Lili’uokalani to abdicate in 1893.
Flood warning issued for Turtle Creek in Beloit
The National Weather Service has issued a flood warning for Turtle Creek in Beloit.
Town of Union receives state loan
The town of Union received a $52,000 state loan to refinance a fire department construction loan.

Local

20Q: Catching up with bar boss Carrie Goth-Fuelleman
Police ideas spur controversy
Turtle Creek expected to flood
Lake Geneva readies for Winterfest celebration
Yonder Mountain String Band coming to Madison

Crime

Police standoff ends in arrest
Man sentenced in 'rage' incident
Delavan woman accused of 7th OWI
Police looking for person of interest
Man accused of cloning cards

Today in History

Today in History: January 18
Today in History: January 17
Today in History: January 16
Today in History: January 15
Today in History: January 14

Columns

Racial Justice Award for 2017 announced
Janesville family hosts Ukrainian girls
Presbyterian pastor retires in Janesville
Tiny owl brightens holiday season
Five generations work in Hayes Block

Public Record

Public Record for Jan. 18, 2017
Public Record for Jan. 17, 2017
Public record for Jan. 16. 2017
Public record for Jan. 15, 2017
Public record for Jan. 14, 2017