On How far do you travel during the holiday season?
For family, not so far. For the Badger Football team, all the way to Pasadena!
On Demand for ECHO Thanksgiving baskets grows by 15%
Agree, tbs. People are way too quick to judge others as not "being worthy" of help. Unless you are in that person's shoes 24/7, you have no idea of their exact circumstances.
Janesville is lucky to have ECHO and its many volunteers.
On Fundraiser named for new foundation
Great choice! Dave is good people and loves Janesville.
On Council candidate declared bankruptcy, faces foreclosures
Briarmoon is one of the those people that has to have attention, whether it is positive or negative doesn't seem to matter to her. If she would spend one half the energy she puts into glorifying herself into supporting herself, she probably wouldn't be in this financial mess.
On Mercy Hospital trauma service upgraded
"Dean Doctors were banned from Mercy several years ago."
Happy Camper - this is absolutely not true. The Dean doctors are on staff at Mercy. I don't know where you got this information, but a call to Dean Clinic will clear it up for you.
On "Dancing With the Stars" is a popularity contest
I thought Donny would go, too, but am not disappointed that Kelly is gone. She did nothing to endear herself to the audience and benefited greatly from Derrick's choreography and likability. At least Donny is better than Marie and she made it to the finals, too.
Mya should win, but I wouldn't be disappointed if Kelly did - she's very appealing.
On Gov: Arrested legislator has big decision
This is his fourth (4th) offense. It doesn't matter if it is prescription drugs, alcohol, or sheer stupidity, the guy shouldn't be on the road and the State of Wisconsin shouldn't be paying his salary.
On Opinion editor unveils new blog
copperguy - I have an online only subscription that allows me to read the full e-edition, as well as the online edition. The e-edition has some features that don't appear on-line and has stories sooner. I like it and the cost was very reasonable.
On Delayed posts boost value of print edition
I agree with jville123 and others with regard to the print edition. I no longer live in town, but like to keep up with the local news. The print edition is useless to me and the E-Edition is hard to read.
What about having an expanded on-line edition for a fee, with the option of having the paper copy go to Newspapers in Education, Nursing Homes, Homeless Shelters, etc.? I would gladly pay $9/month for a complete online version that looks similar to the current free version. You could even have a section with the ads, since I sometimes look through those (just as I SOMETIMES did in the print edition).
On City council member forms coalition to address poverty
Back on topic, congratulations to Kathy Voskuil for taking the initiative to bring together this coalition.
To the resident gripers: I, for one, think Doyle is doing a very good job. I would also add that calling The Gazette a left-leaning newspaper destroys what little credibility you may have had.
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