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Bird lady of Cedar Crest
Bird lady of Cedar Crest
Elinor and Bob Lorum are doing their parts to keep the fauna around Cedar Crest well fed and happy.
Out of the office and into the field: Embassy representatives tour farms and ag businesses
Delegates from more than 25 countries started their tour of the state's agricultural assets in south central Wisconsin on Monday.
Janesville man suspected of firing gun at former girlfriend
A Janesville man was arrested Sunday night after holding two women he was dating at the same time at gunpoint and shooting at one of them.
New insect expert P.J. Liesch taking over at UW lab
New insect expert P.J. Liesch taking over at UW lab
P.J. Liesch took over in March as the main man at the UW-Madison's Insect Diagnostic Lab. He stepped into the job held for decades by Phil Pellitteri, who retired in February.
Elkhorn asks state Public Service Commission for 3 percent water rate increase

MADISON--Average monthly water bills for Elkhorn Light & Water Utility residential customers would increase 95 cents if the Wisconsin Public Service Commission approves the utility's request for a 3 percent rate bump.

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Auxiliary seeks donations for Coats for Kids
The Salvation Army Women's Auxiliary will, again, conduct its annual Coats for Kids project.Coats and other warm clothing items will be collected through Monday, Oct. 13.
No local cost spike expected for voter ID rules
Local clerks don't see any big cost increases in order to put the new law into effect.
10 things to know for Monday, Sept. 22: Some 130,000 Syrians reach Turkey, fleeing Islamic State group
10 things to know for Monday, Sept. 22: Some 130,000 Syrians reach Turkey, fleeing Islamic State group
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today.
44th Assembly District candidate forum canceled
Jacob Dorsey, the Republican candidate, withdrew from the race last week after the surfacing of several inappropriate social media posts attributed to him.
This fall's harvest expected to yield lots of corn but not a lot of money
This fall's harvest expected to yield lots of corn but not a lot of money
Corn for grain prices have dropped to less than half of what they were last year. Meanwhile, this year's yields are expected to be good in Wisconsin and possibly record-breaking in other areas of the corn belt.

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DDHS fitness center and weight room open to the public
No major voter-ID costs seen here
Embassy reps tour ag businesses
Elkhorn seeks water rate increase
New insect expert takes over at UW lab

Crime

Police release burglary video
Teen accused of burglarizing business
Sex offender to live in local motel
Voter ID law has little effect on most
Court order restricts reporting on case

Public Record

Public Record for Sept. 23, 2014
Public record for Sept. 22, 2014
Public record for Sept. 21, 2014
Public record for Sept. 20, 2014
Public record for Sept. 19, 2014