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A joyful sound: New Janesville choir offers youth skills, confidence
A joyful sound: New Janesville choir offers youth skills, confidence
The focus of a new youth choir is to develop talent, skills and confidence, especially among children living in Janesville's Fourth Ward.
Tennessee library recognizes woman's genealogical research
Tennessee library recognizes woman's genealogical research
Lona Black Koltick of Janesville received an award for her genealogical research.
An act of thanks: Whitewater man creates WWII exhibit
An act of thanks: Whitewater man creates WWII exhibit
Dave Saalsaa thanks Whitewater World War II veterans with a special exhibit.
Story shows blind lamb's tenacity to overcome obstacles
Story shows blind lamb's tenacity to overcome obstacles
Jim Thompson knew there was something different about one little lamb on his farm. He and a Janesville illustrator have produced a new book on the lamb, named Peanut.
Celebrating felines: Woman's cat story in new Chicken Soup book
Celebrating felines: Woman's cat story in new Chicken Soup book
C.E. DeRosier penned a story about her cat, and it has been printed in “Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Cat Really Did That?”
Women advocates: Don't ignore sexual misconduct
Public allegations about sexual abuse and assault can empower local victims to speak out.
Generous donor learned life values in Walworth County
Generous donor learned life values in Walworth County
Paul Andrews, a Walworth County native, recently pledged a $5 million estate gift to Marquette School of Dentistry.
Team searches for paranormal answers year-round
Paranormal researchers Jennifer Lauer and David Schumacher have spent almost two decades trying to explain the unexplainable.
Home again: Janesville couple finish cruising the Great Loop
Home again: Janesville couple finish cruising the Great Loop
Sue and Chuck Sathre finished traveling almost 5,000 miles on America's Great Loop in their motorboat.
A lifetime connection: Woman inducted into National 4-H Hall of Fame
A lifetime connection: Woman inducted into National 4-H Hall of Fame
Mary Kaye Merwin has been inducted into the National 4-H Hall of Fame.

Between the Lines

New youth choir builds vital skills
Woman cited for genealogical research
Whitewater man thanks WWII vets
New book reveals blind lamb's tenacity
Janesville woman publishes cat story