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Delavan residents to see slightly higher tax levy in 2017 budget
The finalized 2017 budget should leave Delavan residents happy, or at least content as there will be no change in the tax rate.
Whitewater, John Carroll feature similar styles
The offenses of both UW-Whitewater and John Carroll pride themselves in establishing a running game. Both defenses hang their hot on grinding opponents' rushing attacks to a halt.
Brodhead Area Community Foundation awards more than $100,000 to local groups
The Brodhead Area Community Foundation Board distributed more than $100,000 to local groups, according to a news release.
Betty R. Moore, Fontana, WI
December 30, 1935 - November 28, 2016
Town of Geneva drops lawsuit against transmission company, issues citations instead
The town of Geneva has dropped its lawsuit attempting to stop ATC from cutting trees in the town and instead issued citations against the power company.
Recount underway in Walworth County
Recount underway in Walworth County

ELKHORN -- About 20 volunteer ballot counters were hunkered down Thursday in the basement of the Walworth County Government Center in Elkhorn to begin the presidential election recount.

Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein and...

Gazette at a Glance for Sunday, Dec. 4
Gazette at a Glance for Sunday, Dec. 4
Stories previewed include a look at elder orphans in Rock County, a local artist collective up for an Emmy and an editorial on leaf collection complaints.
Elkhorn man accused of delivering meth while released on bond for charge of making meth
An Elkhorn man is accused in Walworth County Court of delivering methamphetamine while he was released on bond for charges of making the drug.
Man with mental problems pleads guilty to making false bomb threat
A man who made false bomb threats to the Janesville Mall a year ago was sentenced Thursday in Rock County Court.
Whitewater City Council president to seek re-election
Whitewater City Council President Patrick Singer will seek re-election for his at-large council seat in the April 4 election, according to a news release.

News

Preferred Compounding to take over Trostel
Badger Veterinary acquires Beloit pet clinic
Man sentenced for bomb threat
Man sought in fire death
Rock and Walworth begin recounting

Sports

Fury, Metro Lynx skate to tie
Vikings lose Big Eight opener
Bluebirds blank Regents
RVC boys hoops: Evansville, Turner among road winners
Cougars rally to win Big Eight opener

Opinion

Our Views: Walker's plan would 'drain the swamp'
Your Views: Time to pay for the Trump vote
Sound Off for Wednesday, Nov. 30: Leaf pick-up, alt-right and 'Never Trump'
Our Views: Nothing wrong with a recount
Your Views: ‘Smart’ like Trump

Living

Restaurant review: Dishes fawn over fish at The Trout House
Three-day Janesville Jolly Jingle kicks off downtown Dec. 2
Stage One to perform 'Miracle' beginning Dec. 8 at JPAC
Music roundup: Way Down Wanderers plan Stoughton stop Dec. 9
Gardens' light show boasts more than 400,000 bulbs

Columnists

Fuel & Tires: Checkered flag falls on 2016 season
Press Start: 'Dishonored 2' rewards creative play
Peck: Walleye bite still on in late November
Soul Food: It's time to open our hearts after frought election
Clinton man touts volunteerism

Videos

Gazette at a Glance for Sunday, Dec. 4
Xtra Points: Badgers headed for Big Ten title game
One person dead in house fire
Xtra Points: Boys hoops, Badgers, Packers
Glen Loyd Videos: Happy Thanksgiving

Community

Helen J. Johnson, Beloit, WI
Daniel Patrick Finnane-York, Machesney Park, IL/formerly Janesville
Death notices for Dec. 2, 2016
Betty R. Moore, Fontana, WI
Larry Huttner, Darien, WI