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A former Janesville man builds shelters beneath Alamitos Bay near Long Beach, California, to increase the survival rate of baby octopuses.
Longtime Janesville doctor Marshall F. Purdy remembers making house calls for $4 a visit. He turns 100 Sept. 30.
On Sept. 1, Angelia Babcock started an anti-bullying campaign, which encourages young people to stand up against bullying and to embrace others who are different.
The Gazette has earned a national award for live-video coverage of a 2014 Ryan vs. Zerban debate. Not bad for an experiment, digital content coordinator Andrew Reuter writes.
Doug Amon of rural Delavan estimates 2,000 people from all over the world will visit his free and private garden this summer.
Twenty-five years after volunteers began restoring Beckman Mill, they celebrate the hidden treasure at Beckman Mill County Park, west of Beloit.
Donald Homan was among seamen aboard the U.S.S. Wichita, the first U.S. force to reach the Japanese city of Nagasaki in September 1945.
For a lifetime, Liz Vaenoski of rural Clinton has “lived bees,” as she describes her passion. She refers to her beekeeping as “this wonderful world I live in.”
Webster, a 65-year member of the American Legion, was key in getting the fledgling Veterans Museum off the ground in Elkhorn.
Larry Kosiek of Lake Geneva takes pride in telling how his father liberated a Nazi death camp at the end of World War II.
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