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UW-Rock, UW-Whitewater officials wary of cuts
UW-Rock, UW-Whitewater officials wary of cuts
UW-Rock County Dean Carmen Wilson said it's difficult to say how changes for the University of Wisconsin System proposed by Gov. Scott Walker would affect the school.
Fontana president, architect honored in pavilion dedication
Fontana president, architect honored in pavilion dedication

FONTANA--A dedication ceremony for the Mill House Pavilion, 455 S. Main Street, Fontana, will be held Saturday, Jan. 31, beginning at 11 a.m.

The program includes a history of the Mill House and the development of the pavilion by the village of ...

Beloit Turner considers revised lunch policy
A proposed change to the Beloit Turner School District's lunch policy is intended to save taxpayer money and prevent another case like the one that ended up in court last year after two graduating siblings owed a combined $800 in overdue lunch fees, an administrator said.
Walker proposes 13 percent cut, more freedom for UW System
Walker proposes 13 percent cut, more freedom for UW System
The University of Wisconsin System will be given more autonomy, while having its state funding slashed by 13 percent over the next two years, under the budget Gov. Scott Walker will submit to the Legislature next week.
Beloit Turner retiree Mike Kolff named interim Delavan-Darien principal
Retired Beloit Turner High School principal Mike Kolff will serve as interim principal at Delavan-Darien High School through the remainder of the school year, Superintendent Robert Crist announced Monday.
Walworth County woman wants poetry to be part of life
Kimberly Blaeser of Walworth County is Wisconsin's new poet laureate, who will spend the next two years advancing poetry.
Former Janesville resident interrupts retirement for Super Bowl job
When retiree Dave Johnson, a longtime Janesville resident, took a job providing security at Super Bowl XLIX, he thought it would mean one day of work.
Volunteers sit vigil with patients during their final hours
Volunteers sit vigil with patients during their final hours
Margie Krause is among 85 trained Agrace Hospice and Palliative Care vigil volunteers, ten of which serve Rock County patients. Agrace wants to double that number to fill a need.
Janesville man burned, in serious condition at Madison hospital after fighting fire in his garage
A Sunday night garage fire started by a tipped kerosene lamp destroyed a town of La Prairie building and injured its owner.
Harley courts women and young riders
Harley-Davidson, the world's largest manufacturer of heavyweight motorcycles, is turning its attention to women and younger riders.