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The handshake after the Sept. 11 city council meeting represented a ceasefire in the weeks-long battle, signifying each side's willingness to work within the parameters set by the council.
Thumbs up to the battle for 'The Rock,' giving $583,000 to Janesville. Thumbs down to the labor shortage and whining over Court Street conversion.
Not that parents and educators should dismiss student ACT scores, but it’s important to remember the scores are only one measure of ability and arguably not a very good one.
At the risk of getting too far ahead of ourselves, we can’t help but wonder whether Friday marks the day Janesville finally started healing the heartache that accompanied the GM plant ending most production in 2008 and closing in early 2009.
It's unfortunate the Monterey Dam Association cannot leave behind the past and accept the March 27 city council vote to remove the dam—a decision made after nearly six hours of discussion.
Why did Great Lakes Basin Transportation waste valuable time and resources to submit an application that had no chance of advancing? Was it hoping the Surface Transportation Board would overlook the financial deficiencies?
The increasingly prevalent expectation for government to solve the private sector's problems likely explains why some people are so indignant over Pick 'n Save's decision to close its south-side Janesville store.
Thumbs up to local response to Hurricane Harvey, the Footville Telephone Museum. Thumbs down to Equifax, gobs and gobs of Labor Day candy.
Congress should use this bipartisan moment to advance stand-alone legislation to continue the DACA program.
We hope OpenGate Capital is being sincere in saying “plans” exist to grow the Janesville Hufcor plant. We hope, too, OpenGate recognizes a company is only as good as its employees.
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