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Emerald ash borers continue their march through Wisconsin
Emerald ash borers continue their march through Wisconsin
Like a zombie plague, emerald ash borers continue their relentless attack on Wisconsin's ash trees, and it's only a matter of time before they blanket the state and beyond, an entomologist said.
Delavan-Darien tech ed program helps students explore alternate career paths
Delavan-Darien tech ed program helps students explore alternate career paths
Delavan-Darien High School teachers Mike Fellin and Carl Grunewald are trying to change the way students see tech jobs.
DOT releases Interstate 90/39 construction update for Sept. 26-30
DOT releases Interstate 90/39 construction update for Sept. 26-30
Here is the Interstate 90/39 construction update provided by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation for Sept. 26-30.
Meeting to discuss Janesville schools' pay-for-performance model
On Monday, Janesville School District administrators, the school board and staff representatives will meet to discuss possible changes to the performance system that, in large part, determines teacher raises.
Rock County Board decides on a contractor to demolish courthouse tower
Rock County Board decides on a contractor to demolish courthouse tower
The Rock County Board decided on Elgin, Illinois-based American Demolition to tear down the deteriorating tower at the Rock County Courthouse.
Town of Beloit Police Department names police chief finalists
The town of Beloit has selected four finalists in its search for a new police chief.
UW-Whitewater sees continued record enrollment
UW-Whitewater sees continued record enrollment
UW-Whitewater has notched record enrollment for the seventh time in eight years.
Anti-bullying demonstration brings professional BMX riders to Delavan-Darien
Anti-bullying demonstration brings professional BMX riders to Delavan-Darien
ASA Action Sports brought their national tour to Delavan-Darien High School to promote an end to bullying
Researchers say high-achieving, low-income students 'wither on the vine'
Researchers say high-achieving, low-income students 'wither on the vine'
Researchers are examining an education system that does not reward merit alone—with many high-achieving low-income students remaining underdeveloped or unseen.
Today in History: September 24
Today in History: September 24
Among today's events in history, the United States and 70 other countries signed a treaty at the United Nations to end all testing and development of nuclear weapons in 1996.

Local

Coats for Kids collection starts
Clinton, Trump set for showdown
Trump, Pence coming to Waukesha
Volunteers have fun helping feed kids
Painter preps for downtown mural

Crime

Janesville man arrested on 5th OWI
Prison for woman in OWI death
Restaurant owner accused of assault
Not guilty is porn case plea
Sex offender to live in East Troy

Columns

Priest is tennis official at Olympics
Woman to donate kidney to mother
Edgerton native promotes kindness
Workshop focuses on domestic violence
Parents offered free mental health course

Public Record

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