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1 Ryan, Paul I'm gonna regret this...(political cartoon) 03 Jun 2016
2 Janesville (WI) City of Janesville to debut redesigned websites next week (
3 Choral Union The Glorious Music of Johann Sebastian Bach (December 3, December 4)(Cargill United Methodist Church) 25 Nov 2016, 9A
4 Feingold, Russell Judith Platt, Sen. Russell Feingold win 2013 FTRF Roll of Honor Awards (photo) 18 Jun 2013
5 Aged (Rock County) 60 plus expo (Holiday Inn Express Janesville Conference Center)(advertisement) 27 Mar 2017, 3A
6 Businesses (Janesville) Pack Your Bags and Go With Van Galder Tour and Travel (advertisement) 27 Nov 2016, 10A
7 Dean Health Care System A new name. Same great care. (advertisement)(We're changing health care for you. St. Mary's Hospital-Janesville and Dean Clinic--the names you've always counted on for exceptional care--are now part of SSM Health. Since 1912, when the Franciscan Sisters of Mary asked Dr. Joseph Dean to perform St. Mary's first surgery, we've worked together to create a healthier Wisconsin.) 23 Oct 2016, 6A
8 Schools - Students Youth art contest seeking entries (Society's Assets)("Ability...Not Disability") 31 Oct 2016, 8A
9 Janesville Gazette Janesville From Above (From Above is a new GazetteXtra video series delivering aerial perspectives on our communities. The first in the monthly series focuses on Janesville. Gazette videographers Anthony Wahl and Angela Major spent weeks shooting aerial video with The Gazette drone and combining the shots into a sunrise-to-sunset story. Look for future From Above installments the first Sunday of every month. Up next: Milton.) 06 Jun 2017, 8A See the video. Go to
10 Hedberg Public Library Sue Braden of Hedberg Public Library receives acknowledgement from author for research assistance involving accidental drowning in Madison, WI on April 6, 1896, of John Day of Janesville, for use in his book. THE OPENING KICKOFF:THE TUMULTUOUS BIRTH OF A FOOTBALL NATION by Dave Revsine, 2014 p 231 See also pages 43-48 for story of John Day drowning

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    *If you find only a date in this field (for example, 08 Sep 2006, 1B), it's a reference to an article in the Janesville Gazette for that date.?
  • Abbreviations used in the Headlines field are: St., Ave., E., W., N., S., Co.
    We use these abbreviations consistently.? If you are searching for info on 303 E. Court St., be sure to use the abbreviations; otherwise, you will not find it.?

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