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The town is home to a Hormel Foods Corporation plant, and a Frito-Lay plant. Also located in Beloit is the largest can of chili in the entire world. Beloit claims to be the site of such inventions as the speedometer and "Korn Kurls." Korn Kurls, also known as cheese puffs which resemble today's cheetos, are believed to have been the founding of snack food industry.
Local Newspapers: Beliot Daily News
Local Sports Teams: Milwaukee Brewers Milwaukee Bucks Milwaukee Mustangs
Local Colleges: Beloit College
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Towns/Cities near beloit, wisconsin : Clinton Janesville Rockton IL
Humane Society holds listening session to hear input on new shelter
The Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin is looking for input from the community about the design of a new shelter. "This existing facility has outlived its usefulness," said Brett Frazier, the Humane Society's executive director.Boxing out Parkinson's: A new program will help those fighting a debilitating disease
Rock Steady Boxing coaches Doug Anderson and Connie Udell demonstrate the Rock Steady Boxing exercise program that is designed to help participants with Parkinson's disease improve their quality of life. The program will be coming to Beloit's Grinnell Hall Senior Center starting Feb. 6. Tim Scholten hits the mitts of the Rock Steady Coach Doug Anderson as they demonstrate sparring during an introduction to the Rock Steady Boxing exercise program that's designed to challenge Parkinson's disease.$1 million ad campaign seeks to attract, retain Wisconsin workers
The state's first-ever advertising campaign to attract and retain Wisconsin workers is getting a thumbs-up from business and economic development leaders. "We're a state that doesn't beat its chest and say 'Look how good we are,'" Tyler told WisBusiness.com , a sister site of WisPolitics.com .Community gathers to discuss dreams for inclusion 50 years after the death of Martin Luther King Jr.
Dozens of people wrote their dreams on construction-paper hands and taped them to a wall in the Blackhawk Technical College commons. The dream hands were a backdrop for the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration held Saturday at BTC.Social reformer: Harrell receives YWCA racial justice award
Dorothy Harrell was a teenager when she broke the silence about racial inequity in her first letter to the editor. "I talked about a system that existed in our community that allowed all of us to go to school together," Harrell said.Our Views: How to lure millennials from Illinois
A new Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation advertising campaign explains it: The state is making a big push to lure Illinois millennials, and Janesville is creating the kind of amenities millennials want. Janesville is well positioned to capture its share of the Illinois migration so long as city leaders continue to make downtown revitalization a top priority.Abused dog surprises veterinary staff with swift healing, positive demeanor
Foster mother Jennefer Lueck and her daughter Peighton pet Sunny the dog at the Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin on Friday and discuss the dog's good progress after suffering severe burns. To see a video of Sunny, go to gazettextra.com/multimedia/videos Sunny the dog chomps on a toy filled with peanut butter inside the Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin on Friday.Court listings for Jan. 12, 2017
DANIEL J. DE VOY , 33, of 307 N. Walnut St., Janesville, misdemeanor OWI - second offense, five days jail with Huber. JASON A. SQUIRES , 47, of 945 Lincoln Ave., Beloit, misdemeanor disorderly conduct and misdemeanor battery, nine months jail with Huber.Town of Beloit cuts ties with Beloit economic development group
The Greater Beloit Economic Development Corporation said Thursday it plans to continue supporting development prospects in the town of Beloit even after the town severed ties with the group last month. In a release, the group said town of Beloit Administrator Ian Haas wrote a letter indicating the town of was dropping out of the Beloit area's main economic development consortium.Woman involved with Janesville stabbing suspect is charged
A woman who fled the state with Janesville stabbing suspect Julian Collazo has been charged in Rock County Court with driving a motor vehicle without owner consent. Nicole R. Kazar, 24, of 1213 Merrill St., Beloit, has been in jail in Missouri since police there arrested her and Collazo the night of Dec. 9. Kazar had been charged in Missouri with first-degree tampering with a motor vehicle, but that case was dismissed this week.Humane society wants input on new facility
But that's just a fancy name for listening session, said Brett Frazier, executive director of the Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin. At 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 17, the humane society is holding a charrette/listening session to gather public input on the design for a new shelter the humane society plans to build.Beloit native enlists 47 musicians on country music record
'The James Carratt Project, Vol. 1' is the result of a Beloit native's efforts to have his music performed on a vinyl album by nearly 50 local musicians."Three good reasons for slavery" homework assignment sparks backlash in Wauwatosa
A homework assignment at a Wauwatosa school has sparked backlash. A teacher asked students to "list three good reasons for slavery."Wisconsin tries to lure millennials from Chicago
Wisconsin is trying to sell itself to millennials in Chicago. The Economic Development Corporation started an advertising campaign this week called "Think, Make, Happen In Wisconsin."Town of Beloit applies to become a village; conflict expected
The town and city of Beloit are poised for conflict, now that the town has filed to turn part of itself into a village. The town Tuesday filed for incorporation in Rock County Court, a step in a process that could lead to a referendum to decide the issue.Vintage taps into new era in Sauk City
Vintage Brewing Company is now brewing up business in Sauk City. The brand new brewery opened to the public on Monday.The Gazette
Above: Crews use heavy equipment to remove the northbound lanes on the Interstate 90/39 bridge over East Milwaukee Street in Janesville on Monday. A portion of East Milwaukee Street is closed through Thursday for removal of the bridge.
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