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Donald Homan was among seamen aboard the U.S.S. Wichita, the first U.S. force to reach the Japanese city of Nagasaki in September 1945.
For a lifetime, Liz Vaenoski of rural Clinton has “lived bees,” as she describes her passion. She refers to her beekeeping as “this wonderful world I live in.”
Webster, a 65-year member of the American Legion, was key in getting the fledgling Veterans Museum off the ground in Elkhorn.
Larry Kosiek of Lake Geneva takes pride in telling how his father liberated a Nazi death camp at the end of World War II.
Retired Janesville pediatrician Katsumi Neeno was a teen when the government forced him and his family into a desert internment camp during World War II.
The American Jersey Cattle Association recently honored George and Shirley Barlass of rural Janesville for their notable contribution to the Jersey breed.
Paul Ryan's poverty plan, a fiery crash and a local school controversy are among the topics of some of The Gazette's best content from the last week or so.
James Zillmer of Janesville was among U.S. Air Force mechanics who kept the planes running during the lifesaving Berlin Airlift in Germany more than 65 years ago.
A father-son golfing duo, a big week in restaurant news and advice from a state trooper are among the topics of some of The Gazette's best content from the last week or so.
Murphy is one of four therapy dogs at St. Mary's Janesville Hospital. The canine provides comfort and companionship to people who welcome him.
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