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Abortion foes, pro-choice advocates see possible changes ahead
Abortion foes, pro-choice advocates see possible changes ahead
Advocates of abortion rights are gearing up for a defining battle.
YWCA honors Grahn, Schulte for racial justice work
YWCA honors Grahn, Schulte for racial justice work
The 2017 Racial Justice Award honors activist Billy Bob Grahn and Karen Schulte, superintendent of Janesville schools.
Janesville family opens home to Ukrainian orphans
Janesville family opens home to Ukrainian orphans
Gretchen and Aaron Kingsley are hosting two Ukrainian sisters in their home until mid-January.
A faithful servant: Presbyterian minister steps down
A faithful servant: Presbyterian minister steps down
Pastor David King gives his last sermon Jan. 1 at Christ Presbyterian Church, Janesville.
People find joy in wide-eyed face of saw-whet owl
People find joy in wide-eyed face of saw-whet owl
A photo of a saw-whet owl at Hoo's Woods Raptor Center is brightening the holiday season for many people.
A legacy of proud roots: Five generations work in historic Hayes Block
A legacy of proud roots: Five generations work in historic Hayes Block
Five generations of the Hayes-Sutherland family have worked in the Hayes Block in Janesville.
Laundry lessons: Clean clothes help keep students in school
Laundry lessons: Clean clothes help keep students in school
Special-education students at Beloit Memorial High School wash clothes to help other students stay in school.
Denizens of the deep: Author gathers lake-monster stories
Denizens of the deep: Author gathers lake-monster stories
People have reported strange creatures in more than 40 lakes and rivers in the state, author Chad Lewis said.
Clinton man hopes to inspire volunteerism in others
Clinton man hopes to inspire volunteerism in others
Jon Gordon made sure the traditional turkey dinner at the Salvation Army was ready Thursday when 400 hungry people arrived.
Youths sell forks to raise money for the hungry
Youths sell forks to raise money for the hungry
Young people at Janesville Wesleyan Church have created a display of 25,000 white forks to raise money to fight hunger.

Between the Lines

Pro-life, pro-choice see changes ahead
Racial Justice Award for 2017 announced
Janesville family hosts Ukrainian girls
Presbyterian pastor retires in Janesville
Tiny owl brightens holiday season