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Janesville and Rock County are doing far better than anyone could have imagined or expected after General Motors closed its factory here six years ago.
Thumbs Up to 4-H, the Parkview Community Club and a new bachelor's degree program at UW-Rock County; Thumbs Down to drivers who ignore white canes.
The preliminary city budget would cut the $70,000 that Janesville pays the shelter to take in stray felines.
State law urges arrests when an officer has reasonable grounds to believe domestic violence occurred. It requires an arrest when a victim shows evidence of injury.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke would argue one way to lift people out of poverty is to raise the minimum wage.
It was good to read, in reporter Gina Duwe’s story Tuesday, that local hospitals are taking precautions.
The enrollment trend is bright. Some residents feared Janesville might become a ghost town after General Motors halted auto production here nearly six years ago.
Critics label these city and federal incentives nothing more than corporate welfare. Nonsense.
As one longtime fan astutely noted, Janesville could do little to keep JCPenney or Kmart in the city. Residents, however, can help determine whether the Jets stay beyond this year.
On news pages, we are committed to objectivity, and it’s my job to ensure we meet that commitment.
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