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The Walworth County Fair is full of some big moments and many little moments. Here are a few of those moments as they were experienced Thursday at the fair.
Christine Inthachith opened the original Lao Laan-Xang restaurant on Williamson Street in Madison about 17 years ago. In 2005, she opened a second restaurant in a larger spot on Atwood Avenue, about a mile from the original. Customers flock to the two restaurants for curries, noodle dishes and other more exotic fare.
NorthStar Medical Radioisotopes is set to roll on producing an in-demand medical imaging isotope, the company announced Monday.
Abandoned cars and other safety concerns are the focus of a Janesville police "clean-up" effort.
The state Department of Transportation says to expect delays this week on Highway 14 north of Evansville.
Dick's Sporting Goods is set to hire 60 workers for its new store at the Janesville Mall, the company announced Monday.
Lisa Bliss has been driving school buses for more than 20 years. She accepts that some drivers will always be rude and impatient, but she takes issue when they drive unsafely.
Volunteer Robin Schmidt of Janesville received the AAA Wisconsin Ambassador of the Year Award along with a $500 check for the charity of her choice: the local Salvation Army.
Janesville is trying to position itself for the demolition of a downtown parking plaza, but that's hard to do when grants typically go toward construction – not destruction.
The Rock County Historical Society will host its 35th annual Historic House Tour on Sept. 13. It will feature six houses listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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