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Thumbs Up/Down for Monday, Dec. 28, 2014
Thumbs Up to charitable giving this season, Christmas Dinner volunteers and the Beloit-Janesville Express; Thumbs Down to drivers who ignore the Move Over law.
Our Views: Time might be right to tap UW-Madison for help in bringing jobs here
With SHINE and NorthStar planning to build medical isotope factories in Janesville and Beloit, respectively, the time might be right to attract similar industries.
Our Views: Milwaukee Street serves Janesville motorists just fine as it is
Traffic snarls might result where Milwaukee Street meets another arterial, Pontiac Drive. That intersection has a grocery, a hardware store a credit union and a strip mall.
Our Views: Charity spreads Christ's message
Christians will celebrate the birth of their savior amid the backdrop of charitable efforts that are brightening Christmas for the needy here and across the globe.
Thumbs Up/Down for Monday, Dec. 22
Thumbs up to Samuel Dockery and Heather Faust, Janesville's John Striegel, Girls Night Out-Rock County and Community Action's housing plan.
Our Views: Keep your holidays merry and safe: Don't drink and drive
“Well, heck, Joe, take the back roads home like I do. Besides, if you get busted, it's like a simple traffic ticket."
Editor's Views: Your turn to take my chair and make choices on stories
Editor's Views: Your turn to take my chair and make choices on stories
These are the decisions that reporters and editors make dozens of times every day. Some are automatic. Some require considerable discussion and debate.
Our Views: UW-Madison must remain key economic driver
In a meeting Tuesday with The Gazette’s editorial board, UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank made compelling arguments for sufficient state support.
Our Views: Rising health care costs are big concern for all in Janesville School District
Increasing class sizes is a bad option. Likewise, most residents might reject a referendum.
Our Views: Chryst, chancellor strike right notes on UW admissions
To her credit, Chancellor Rebecca Blank won't apologize for UW's admission standards. Academics, she says are a strength that should attract coaches.