JANESVILLE MESSENGER -- The Big Top is coming down.
Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey, which called itself The Greatest Show on Earth, announced early this year it was closing in May, after rallying for years against a difficult economy, changing tastes in entertainment and pressure from animal rights groups.
STATELINE NEWS -- Everyone comes to forks in the road along their career path. A new venture wants to provide Stateline teenagers with as many tools as possible in helping them make informed choices along their journeys and/or deciding which direction suits them best.
Hendricks CareerTek is a 4,000-square-foot youth career center located on the Ironworks campus, owned by longtime businesswoman Diane Hendricks, with initial funding of $500,000 coming through her holding company and family foundation.
JANESVILLE -- There’s been a buzz in environmental news recently, and local beekeepers are taking notice.
The fate of the humble bee, a critical but often overlooked contributor to agriculture, may now lie in the hands of dedicated backyard enthusiasts.
WALWORTH COUNTY SUNDAY -- The passage of time has a way of making us appreciate the past.
But for those with fond memories of watching movies in downtown Lake Geneva, the past has caught up to the future.
Renovations are nearly complete and the Geneva Theater, located at 224 Broad St., could open as early as this coming week.
WALWORTH COUNTY SUNDAY -- Delavan Mayor Mel Nieuwenhuis knew he only had 30 seconds in front of the camera to make a good impression of his city.
So, like the punch line in the old joke about how someone gets to Carnegie Hall, he practiced.
Nieuwenhuis was among the Delavan residents filmed last summer for an episode of the Milwaukee Public Television program, “Around the Corner with John McGivern,” which will be broadcast Thursday, Feb. 16.
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