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By Ann Marie Ames, The Janesville Gazette, Wis. Aug. 5--JANESVILLE -- The Dean/St. Mary's hospital proposed for Janesville's southeast side will not provide inpatient psychiatric treatment, spokesman Steve Van Dinter said.
By Ann Marie Ames, The Janesville Gazette, Wis. Aug. 5--After a thorough hand washing, Roger Eychaner fired off the first of many questions in the convenience store inspection. "How do you heat the soup?" he asked store manager Bonnie McShane.
By Ann Marie Ames, The Janesville Gazette, Wis. Aug. 5--JANESVILLE -- Two state departments are debating fees for inspections of restaurants, campgrounds, convenience stores, tattoo parlors, farms and other businesses.
By Frank Schultz, The Janesville Gazette, Wis. Aug. 1--JANESVILLE -- Janesville high school students and staff will endure just one more year without air-conditioned classrooms. A new cooling system now being installed is scheduled to start pumping out cool, dry air in fall 2009.
By Catherine Idzerda, The Janesville Gazette, Wis. Jul. 30--As July meanders into August, the grapes for the classic summer whine ripen to perfection: "It's sooooo hot." About this time every year the heat wilts people until surly, and the added layer of humidity rots them into cranky irritability.
By Catherine Idzerda, The Janesville Gazette, Wis. Jul. 28--JANESVILLE -- This land is your land--and now it's disappeared. This land is my land--and now it's unusable because your land has disappeared.
By Frank Schultz, The Janesville Gazette, Wis. Jul. 26--JANESVILLE -- Charter Communications is postponing controversial plans to move its public-access channels into a digital service tier. Meanwhile, Sen.
By Kayla Bunge, The Janesville Gazette, Wis. Jul. 25--The construction of 22 miles of crude oil pipeline continues along the eastern edge of Rock County despite a pending lawsuit filed by some Clinton Township farmers unhappy with the prospect of the pipeline company condemning their land.
By Gina Duwe, The Janesville Gazette, Wis. Jul. 23--MAGNOLIA TOWNSHIP -- Planning for EcoEnergy's 100 megawatt wind project in Magnolia Township will continue despite the town board's approval of what the wind developer says is a "very prohibitive" ordinance and non-supportive town leadership.
By The Janesville Gazette, Wis. Jul. 22--BURLINGTON -- A Walworth County woman will spend four months in prison after getting sentenced last week for felony neglect of a patient, according to a Wisconsin Department of Justice news release. Eileen K.