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Enduring sisterhood: Women recall former nursing school
Enduring sisterhood: Women recall former nursing school
Alumni of Mercy Hospital School of Nursing will reminisce about the deep relationships they forged while caring for the sick and each other.
Word Badger: Some days, the right words don't come easily
Concerning Jets, Sharks, Vikings, Cougars and "West Side Story"
Teen learns more than rules from umpiring softball
Teen learns more than rules from umpiring softball
Victoria Pulcine of Edgerton sees herself working as a softball umpire far into the future.
On the wing: Teenager leads the way in critical bird survey
On the wing: Teenager leads the way in critical bird survey
Joshua Cullum is a volunteer for the Wisconsin Breeding Bird Atlas II, a field survey that documents breeding birds in the state.
Trails to Tomorrow: Veterans find healing in wilderness trips
Trails to Tomorrow: Veterans find healing in wilderness trips
The nonprofit Trails to Tomorrow helps veterans fight depression and suicide by offering them short- and long-term wilderness trips.
Advocate raises awareness about diversity of native bees
Advocate raises awareness about diversity of native bees
Cinder Roherty hopes her latest book will raise awareness about the critical role wild bees play in pollinating food crops.
New photo book celebrates Milton's rich history
New photo book celebrates Milton's rich history
Doug Welch and the Milton Historical Society compiled a pictorial look at Milton's rich and fascinating history.
Student-veteran talks about suicide: 'I felt the world get a lot darker'
Student-veteran talks about suicide: 'I felt the world get a lot darker'
University of Wisconsin-Whitewater student Ryan Krebs did not think anyone cared when he contemplated taking his own life.
Janesville families still eager to learn about heroes of Bataan
Janesville families still eager to learn about heroes of Bataan
Historian Jim Opolony will talk in Janesville on Sunday, March 13, about the hellish trek by local soldiers to a Japanese prisoner of war camp in 1942.
Band of love: Veteran finds home for 99-year-old lost ring
Band of love: Veteran finds home for 99-year-old lost ring
Clifford Carlson of Janesville is returning a 99-year-old ring to the daughter of the bride who wore it in 1917.

Between the Lines

Alumni praise nursing school
Teen builds stamina as softball umpire
Teen helps count Rock County birds
Vets find healing in wilderness trips
Advocate praises native mason bees

Word Badger

Word Badger fights writer's block