Anna Marie Lux
The universe shifted when Bryan Schultz found out he was going to be a father.
WHITEWATER -- Turkey is grabbing international headlines because of anti-government protests raging in the streets, but a Whitewater couple remembers another clash in the late 1970s between Turkish right-wing and left-wing groups that brought the country to the brink of civil war.
MILTON -- Tracy Hegg of Milton is selling posters of a 150-year-old oak tree that was felled to make way for Highway 26 in an attempt to raise money to put new trees along the road.
WASHINGTON -- Former Gazette reporter Elizabeth McGowan learned she won a Pulitzer Prize on her 52nd birthday, when an Associated Press reporter called asking for comments.
JANESVILLE -- Some people have told Jaysen Jorgensen he does not look like the kind of guy who can bike 1,649 miles in 30 days.
JANESVILLE -- Teacher Marlene Roessler rang a handheld bell as children shuffled inside an 1853 one-room schoolhouse. Girls from Monroe Elementary School entered through a door on the left and boys through a door on the right. The third-graders settled onto benches around the perimeter of the historic Frances Willard School.
Hedberg Public Library children's librarian Jamie Swenson is celebrating the purchase and upcoming publication of her three children's books.
JANESVILLE -- Like so many others, Richard Masterson was deeply troubled by the 2006 killings of children in Lancaster County, Pa.
EDGERTON -- Twenty years ago this month, doctors transplanted the heart of a teenager into Gary Bullion of Edgerton at University Hospital in Madison. The surgery allowed Gary to be alive for the birth of his third grandchild.
BELOIT -- Dick Kath of Janesville tears up when he talks about his father, a World War II veteran.