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Bill would allow for some sale of homemade baked goods
A bill in the state Senate would permit the sale of homemade baked goods in Wisconsin, but a Brodhead organic farmer is skeptical the bill will even make it to Gov. Scott Walker's desk.
Milton School Board member wants stronger stance on bullying
Milton School Board member wants stronger stance on bullying
A Milton School Board member believes teachers, parents and students need more sensitivity education to stop bullying and harassment throughout the district.
WATCH: Jakubowski wanted to live off grid, not hurt people, attorney says
WATCH: Jakubowski wanted to live off grid, not hurt people, attorney says
Joseph A. Jakubowski's plan was not to harm anyone; he just wanted to live off the grid out West, possibly in South Dakota, his attorney said Tuesday after a hearing in Rock County Court.
Today in History: April 25
Today in History: April 25
Among today's events in history, the Hubble Space Telescope was deployed in orbit from the space shuttle Discovery in 1990.
Beloit College's powerhouse project intended to be more than just a student recreation center
Beloit College's powerhouse project intended to be more than just a student recreation center
Beloit College's $38 million project will convert the old Alliant Energy powerhouse into a student activities center. While it will serve largely as a recreation center, college officials hope it connects students with the community, too.
Friends of Rock County Parks hopes to raise awareness
The Friends of Rock County Parks, a recent initiative to raise awareness of Rock County's parks, met for the third time Monday night.
Anti-government suspect declines to stand for judge in court
A Wisconsin man accused of stealing a cache of weapons and sending an anti-government manifesto to the White House failed to stand for a federal judge at his arraignment.
Janesville City Council reverses controversial vote
Janesville City Council reverses controversial vote
The Janesville City Council on Monday repealed recent changes to policies the city claimed could make it harder to attract businesses to Janesville.
Whitewater High School principal leaving to become Big Foot superintendent
Whitewater High School Principal Doug Parker will leave his job to become superintendent for the Big Foot Union High School District, where he graduated from high school.
Jo Dee Messina, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band headline Rock County 4-H Fair entertainment
Two popular country music acts will headline the 2017 Rock County 4-H Fair entertainment lineup, according to the fair's Facebook page.

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WATCH: Jakubowski appears in court
Jakubowski appears in federal court
School talk leads to sex assault charge
Trial set in suitcase dumping case

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Columns

WATCH: Handbell choirs perform in Milton
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Longtime historian to retire May 1
Talk looks at burial practices in 1800s
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Public Record

Public record for April 27, 2017
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Public Record for April 26, 2017
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