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Financial planning offered for veterans
When veterans return to civilian life, small financial problems can quickly get out of control, a UW-Whitewater professor says. Lauren Smith wants to offer free training
Food pantry won't close, finds owners
Food pantry won't close, finds owners
The Walworth County Food Pantry will not be closing after all. John and Susan Hughes are transitioning to take over after the pantry announced it would have to close.
Young, dying man to leave prison
Kyle Knopes, 24, had his prison sentence modified to serve the rest of his time at home because he has a rare form of ALS and is not expected to live much longer.
Korean War vet flies again in B-29
Korean War vet flies again in B-29
Ken Geiter last flew in a B-29 bomber in the Korean War more than 60 years ago. When a Commemorative Air Force brought one to Janesville, Geiter got to fly once more.
Locals head south to watch total eclipse
Locals head south to watch total eclipse
Rock and Walworth county residents will travel several hours south this weekend to witness a total solar eclipse.
Disaster loans available after floods
Residents and businesses affected by July 11 floods in Walworth and nearby counties can apply for low-interest disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration.
Two girls accuse man of sex assault
A Whitewater man faces life in prison without parole after two children told police the man sexually assaulted them, according to a criminal complaint.
Darien to host 57th annual Cornfest event Sept. 8-10
Darien to host 57th annual Cornfest event Sept. 8-10
The annual festival will feature sports tournaments, live music, tractor pulls, clogging, carnival rides, a parade and a weird game called “Hammerschlagen."
Where to find live local entertainment this week
Where to find live local entertainment this week
Night Music is a listing of local night spots featuring live entertainment from Thursday, Aug. 17, through Wednesday, Aug. 23.
Gov. Walker asks for disaster declaration
Gov. Scott Walker on Tuesday asked for a disaster declaration for Walworth and neighboring counties to help them recover from July's flooding.
Locals win big at Wisconsin State Fair
Two local livestock exhibitors won champion and grand champion honors at last week's Wisconsin State Fair, according to a news release.

Blogs

Mystery Place: Tyler one of four in county named Wisconsin noteable
Big Event Blog: Venetian Festival's 55th celebration
Weekly Walk: Prairies full of flowers
On the Lakes: Most fish in summer patterns
Weekly Walk: Beautiful trails

CSI

Learning the language of opportunity
Great music coming your way, Aug. 18-27
Prayer service held in Milwaukee to pray for healing of racism
4-Hers learn about life
Sheriff's office looking for suspects in attempted burglary

Entertainment

Summer still sizzlin': Music for Aug. 11-20
Black Point hosts plein air event
Janesville WRAP show features local artists
Lots of great music this week, Aug. 4-17
Exhibit focuses on plein air painting

News

Trespassers sought in town of La Grange
Local LGBT group to hold its first Pride Fair
Family tradition part of sailing regatta
LGBT group plans Pride Fair on Aug. 19
Working for the life of the party