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Much of the plant is so old that razing rather than renovation seems likely. Even if GM walks away, many questions need answering before any reuse.
Sometimes, large donations greatly advance charitable efforts in our communities, and generous gifts in Rock and Walworth counties are prime examples.
Since that day decades ago when the Janesville Mall opened, Milton Avenue commercialism has spread north and east. Still, the mall remains a key retailing hub.
We long to see that thick snow blanket, looking like some remnant of Wisconsin’s last glacier, disappear down storm sewers.
Thumbs Up to SSI's expansion, increasing measles vaccines and "A New Leash on Life"; Thumbs Down to ignoring the threat of HPV.
This isn’t the city’s first comprehensive plan. Downtown, however, stands at a crossroads, and this one cannot fail.
Statutes allow authorities to destroy an animal that “poses an imminent threat to public health or safety.” So why were dogs in the donkey attack returned to their owner?
The cameras pointed in all directions photograph every car the squad passes. They scan plates on approaching cars, those parked in driveways, at stores and schools.
For 88 years, governors have appointed volunteer citizens who set DNR policy and vote on rule changes, with legislative oversight.
Is someone who finishes fifth out of six people in the April 7 election necessarily the best person to fill a one-year vacancy? Perhaps not.
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