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1 Beloit (WI) Web information and schedule about the 2007 Beloit International Film Festival (Jan 18-21, 2007) presented by the Hendricks Group 2007, 9-page computer printout, pamphlet http:\\
2 Hedberg Public Library Nancy Parker series kicks off Tuesday ("Are You an Entrepreneur?")(Marian Walluks of the Wisconsin Women's Business Initiative Corporation) 08 Jan 2003
3 Businesses (Janesville) Putting technology to work: Why The Fuss? makes online presence workable, productive for clients (photo of Eric Kuznacic)(83 S. Harmony Dr.) JANESVILLE MESSENGER, 02 Mar 2014, p.4
4 Historic buildings (Janesville) A patron reports that in 1940, four aluminum panels were installed in the old Janesville post office downtown. The work has outlines of ducks against a background of marsh grasses stamped into the aluminum andis called "Wild Ducks." The artist who created them, according to this patron, wasBoris Gilbertson. These panels were moved to the newpost office at 1818 Milton Avenue and are on permanent display there still [2005]." Email letter from a patron and personal view of the artwork at the post office. This information is confirmed on the following website ( which cites as its source, DEMOCRATIC VISTAS: POST OFFICE AND PUBLIC ART IN THE NEW DEAL by Marlene Park and Gerald Markowitz.
5 Crime and criminals (Rock County) Police arrest person who dropped off, picked up gun at Janesville elementary school (Lincoln Elementary School)(...Chief Moore said there is no connection between the gun...and the Jakubowski investigation.)(Joseph Jakubowski) WKOW-TV MADISON, 13 Apr 2017
6 Veterans Janesville's Medal of Honor recipients include: James E. Croft (Civil War); John Johnson (Civil War); James B. Pond (Civil War); Gerald L. Endl (World War II); Claron A. Windus (Frontier War); Leslie A. Bellrichard (Vietnam War). 4-page printout
7 Janesville Gazette Do you know what's happening in your child's school? Wisconsin law says it's your right to know-but that right may be going away. If Assembly Bill 70, Senate Bill 42 and the Governor's Budget as currently written are approved by the Wisconsin Legislature, school boards, city councils, village boards and county boards will no longer be required to print a summary of their actions in your local newspaper and on the statewide public notice website, (advertisement) 23 Feb 2017, 2A; 05 Mar 2017, 8B
8 Willard, Frances Beloit women give famous carriage used by Frances Willard to museum: mistaken identity of conveyance is cleared up by the WCTU 30 Jun 1923, BELOIT DAILY NEWS
9 Willard, Frances Historic Willard School to be preserved as memorial with all the old scenes 11 Jul 1921
10 Willard, Frances Father of renowned reformer as pioneer Southern Wisconsin farmer leader is disclosed: historians find parent of Frances E. Willard was interesting figure [J. F. Willard] 12 Mar 1922, MILWAUKEE SENTINEL

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