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EDGERTON -- In a city that was the center of the tobacco industry in southern Wisconsin a century ago, local history isn't forgotten. It's just taking on a new shape.
A towering warehouse at 208 S. Main St. in downtown Edgerton that once held...
ProjectLab: What to do with an old snow blower
Winter is coming, and Nick Crow's snowblower is out of commission.
What do you think about the purple house? Sound off with our survey
What do you think of the color scheme on this historic home project? Let the owner know with this survey.
Janesville man giving new life to historic home
Ted Craig calls it the “crap shack.” But he says that mostly with affection because Craig is the home's new owner.
Ask a Poultry Farmer: Will there be enough Thanksgiving turkeys this year?
The avian flu outbreak is creating a shortage of turkey-breast meat. Now the question is, "Will there be enough Thanksgiving turkeys?" Columnist Dale Wheelock sounds off.
ProjectLab: The charity quilt, part one
Abby puts together a crack team to make a quilt for charity.
Green Side Up: The real story of Johnny Appleseed
Garden columnist Janice Peterson dissects four myths about the legendary Johnny Appleseed.
ProjectLab: Andy versus the killer death bees
Andy panics when he makes an unsettling discovery under his bay window.
2,500 homes and three assessors: Inspection season in full swing
Every year, Janesville's Assessor Division dispatches inspectors to keep up with all the renovating, adding, removing or deteriorating going on in the city's properties.
This reversible apron features a casual theme on one side, formal on the other.
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