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Miller: Packard's tough decision pays off
Kelsie Packard was an exceptional softball player while at Beloit Turner High.
Press Start: 'Destiny 2' adds new features without changing core gamplay
Press Start: 'Destiny 2' adds new features without changing core gamplay
Instead of reinventing the wheel, it appears developer Bungie wisely decided to keep what worked from “Destiny” and expand on and fix what didn't for “Destiny 2,” writes Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee.
Schmoldt: Craig, Jefferson keep trying to play
The two baseball teams saw their nonconference game postponed twice before Monday, when it was suspended in the fifth inning due to storms.
Schmoldt: Let's hope for a breezy US Open
Schmoldt: Let's hope for a breezy US Open
Wind wreaked havoc on Gazette sports editor Eric Schmoldt and his foursome at a U.S. Open preview day at Erin Hills, about 35 miles northwest of Milwaukee, this week. Tournament officials believe breezy conditions will also test players when they arrive next month.
Peck: Fishing is the river of life
Fishing can be the thread that holds everything together
Millennials passionate about volunteering for VetsRoll trip
Millennials passionate about volunteering for VetsRoll trip
Two California women are among the 140 volunteers expected to leave early Sunday morning for the eighth annual VetsRoll trip.
Press Start: Exploring 'Prey' is a tense and satisfying treat
Press Start: Exploring 'Prey' is a tense and satisfying treat
While Arkane Studios' latest game makes combat an unwieldy and frustrating affair, “Prey's” ability to scratch that exploration itch makes it a blast for anyone who likes a constant feeling of discovery, writes Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee.
A mother's gift: Stranger to donate kidney to 8-year-old
A mother's gift: Stranger to donate kidney to 8-year-old
Lindsey Bittorf of Janesville will donate a kidney to a third-grader she recently met.
Peck: Luring fish in May
New fish finders take water out of the picture
Fuel & Tires: Full plate of racing this weekend
Fuel & Tires: Full plate of racing this weekend
As the month of May gets into full swing, a full plate of racing awaits this weekend with IndyCar, NASCAR and Formula One all on track.

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