Janesville School District, former union rep, settle open records lawsuit
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Or maybe that should read, let the country music cycle be unbroken. This year, the Rock County 4-H Fair is once again offering a lineup of country music for its main stage entertainment. Not that all country music is the same. There's country rock, classic country, cowboy country, Christian country, crossover country—well, you get my drift. That music lineup will be broken by some exceptions, including the presentation of the fair royalty, a local talent contest and bull riding and barrel racing.
JEFFERSON—I really need to get out more. I'm so behind the times I didn't even realize that going to the drive-in movie theater is an event—a celebration of family and staying up late. I didn't realize it would involve creative use of pickup truck beds and minivans. I didn't know it would include lightsabers and footie pajamas. I just thought we would hang the speaker from the window and watch a movie. My husband thought there would be necking. We were both wrong.
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