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Fredricks keeps on hitting
It should be noted here that Matt Fredricks is 56. In 2013, he had hip-replacement surgery. That surgery forced him to curtail his baseball activities He's only hitting .421 this season for the Milton Raptors.
Press Start: ‘Destiny 2’ feels identical to ‘Destiny’—but that's OK
Press Start: ‘Destiny 2’ feels identical to ‘Destiny’—but that's OK
Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee had a few hours to play the "Destiny 2" beta this weekend. It feels almost exactly like the original "Destiny," but that's not necessarily a bad thing, he writes.
Miracle dog: Canine's story resonates with many
Miracle dog: Canine's story resonates with many
A 3-year-old golden retriever brings hope and comfort to people in Rock County.
Miller: Brewers are in the conversation
Gazette sports writer/page designer Tom Miller has seen Cubs and Cardinals fans come out of the woodwork during Milwaukee's losing streak
Press Start: I don't get the 'Kingdom Hearts' craze
Press Start: I don't get the 'Kingdom Hearts' craze
It's been announced the long-awaited "Kingdom Hearts III" will release next year. Fans who grew up with the series are elated, but Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee doesn't get the craze.
Grieving mother uses naloxone training to help save stranger's life
Grieving mother uses naloxone training to help save stranger's life
Jenny Hallett of Milton helped save a stranger's life after training in overdose prevention.
Press Start: The most expensive classic video games
Press Start: The most expensive classic video games
Some video game enthusiasts are willing to shell out literally thousands of dollars for classic games. Here are some of the most expensive ones, writes Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee.
Miller: Water works part of Alexander's life
Milton High grad preps for high-level competition, eyes eventual Olympic berth
Janesville event offers resources to grieving parents
Janesville event offers resources to grieving parents
Author Laura Diehl does not want grieving parents to feel alone.
Miller: At 86, Hoeppner sets a high bar for himself
Whitewater man piles up medals at Senior Games

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