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Afghanistan veteran Cody Robinson remembers fallen soldiers on the anniversary of their deaths.
Ever since surgeons amputated Janesville teacher Mary Demrow's legs, she has been tenacious in her recovery.
John Hanewall once rejected his clowning heritage. Now, he's being recognized as the Midwest's top clown for 2015.
Eight women celebrate their friendship of more than 60 years.
What historian Carol Cartwright discovered about spiritualism is far more interesting than all the ghostly tales of Whitewater's witches.
The Gazette's new E-Edition interface offers a faster and safer Web browsing experience, digital content coordinator Dave von Falkenstein writes.
Ben Yoder of western Rock County is the only person around for miles who still repairs buggies, wagons and sleighs.
In an act of healing, Mark Hirsch of rural Platteville took a photo of the bur oak every day for a year.
A former Janesville man builds shelters beneath Alamitos Bay near Long Beach, California, to increase the survival rate of baby octopuses.
Longtime Janesville doctor Marshall F. Purdy remembers making house calls for $4 a visit. He turns 100 Sept. 30.
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