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Best of The Gazette, April 21: A historic home, a sports dynasty and a 1982 murder
Best of The Gazette, April 21: A historic home, a sports dynasty and a 1982 murder
An 1860s home, a third generation in the sports hall of fame and an unsolved murder are among the topics of some of The Gazette's best content from the last week or so.
Farm to school: Long hours, hard work produce veggies for school lunches
Farm to school: Long hours, hard work produce veggies for school lunches
Chris Blakeney and Joshua Rosburg are passionate about the farm-to-school movement, which puts broccoli in Janesville schools.
Web Desk: We moved the blogs, and other GazetteXtra announcements
Web Desk: We moved the blogs, and other GazetteXtra announcements
You might have noticed a change on GazetteXtra: The Blogs section has disappeared. But never fear. Our beloved bloggers still are on the site, just in a different place.
Best of The Gazette, April 14: Educational quality, beef prices and dog flu
Best of The Gazette, April 14: Educational quality, beef prices and dog flu
Some hopes for the Janesville School Board, local beef producers and a deadly dog sickness are among the topics of some of The Gazette's best content from the last week or so.
Whitewater couple transforms lake property using native plants
Whitewater couple transforms lake property using native plants
Theresa and Gerhard Stegemann used native plants to landscape their shoreline on Whitewater Lake and now reap the benefits.
Best of The Gazette, April 7: Local beer, sick deer and pothole-filling time
Best of The Gazette, April 7: Local beer, sick deer and pothole-filling time
A Whitewater brewpub, a spreading deer disease and the spring rite of road repair are among the topics of some of The Gazette's best content from the last week or so.
Janesville woman practices delicate art of Ukrainian egg dying
Janesville woman practices delicate art of Ukrainian egg dying
Pat Hall of Janesville perfects the art of pysanky, the traditional craft of Ukrainian egg dying.
Best of The Gazette, March 31: TIFs, babysitters and hardened farmers
Best of The Gazette, March 31: TIFs, babysitters and hardened farmers
The Janesville City Council, babysitter wages and a group devoted to helping farmers with disabilities are among the topics of some of The Gazette's best content from the last week or so.
Community Action celebrates 50 years of fighting poverty
Community Action celebrates 50 years of fighting poverty
This year, Community Action of Rock and Walworth Counties celebrates a notable milestone: For 50 years, the nonprofit agency has been fighting poverty.
Janesville lawyer builds furniture that reflects his faith
Janesville lawyer builds furniture that reflects his faith
By day, Dan Collins of Janesville practices law. By weekends, he builds hardwood furniture that reflects his faith.

Between the Lines

Family farm raises broccoli for schools
Native plants used to restore shoreline
A look at the delicate art of Urainian egg dying
Poverty-fighting group hits 50 years
Lawyer praises God through his furniture

The Web Desk

Best of The Gazette: Old home, sports dynasty, 1982 murder
Web Desk: The blogs have moved to a better place
Best of The Gazette: Education, beef and dog flu
Best of The Gazette: Beer, deer and pothole-filling time
Best of The Gazette: TIFs, babysitters and hardened farmers