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Next time you go fishing, please clean up discarded hooks and lines and trash. You may be saving wildlife you love.
In 1967, two Craig and Parker football players dined with their families after the first rivalry game. Jonah goes to practice to see if the friendliness stands today.
Sharon 4-H member Emma Frodl usually gets sick after chemotherapy, but she didn't get sick right away last week, so she was able to take her goat, Klaus, to the Fur & Feather Sale at the Walworth County Fair.
The state Department of Natural Resources will hold a meeting Tuesday in Janesville to gather comments about the city's plan to remove the Monterey Dam.
Janesville police and local youths played basketball Saturday at Bond Park in an event that organizers hope will lead to greater understanding among cops and minority youths.
Wisconsin pioneers of the 1830s and '40s--largely Irish, German and Scandinavian immigrants--came west on paddlewheel steamboats.
If you want to see children smile, take them fishing.
Rep. Paul Ryan believes a tax reform plan the House is working on will mean 3 percent annual growth next year, something the country has not seen for years.
Mills Fleet Farm is planning to build a store on part of the old dog track in Delavan, with hopes of opening in fall 2018, Delavan City Administrator Denise Pieroni said.
The Cougars handed the ball over seven times in a 41-7 loss to the No. 3-ranked Division 1 team in the state
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