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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
Action Fund: Buffalo Wild Wings - Beloit Sponsoring...
Motovid.com is proud to announce its continued sponsorship with Buffalo Wild Wings - Beloit for the third consecutive season supporting the 2017 Broken Wing Benefit with proceeds going directly to the Roadracing World Action Fund promoting motorcycle safety at closed course race tracks and locally at Blackhawk Farms Raceway situated in South Beloit Illinois. In support of the 2017 Broken Wing Benefit, Buffalo Wild Wings - Beloit has graciously donated its award winning Wings for the dinner main course scheduled Sat.'We will never forget' Rock County Officer Memorial Ceremony honors fallen Beloit Police officer
Nearly two decades after a Beloit Police officer died from injuries he suffered in the line of duty, the patrolman is honored for his sacrifice. Larsen was shot in the head on a kidnapping call in 1985, he died fourteen years later.Marriage equality package introduced
Three Madison lawmakers hope to remove barriers that lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and gender-neutral people face in marriage and parenting. Rep. Mark Spreitzer, D-Beloit, Rep. Jocasta Zamarripa, D-Milwaukee, and Rep. Tim Carpenter, D-Milwaukee, have introduced a marriage equality package that includes one bill and one joint resolution, according to a news release from Spreitzer's office.Suspect poses problems at jail
A man accused of three robberies in Beloit and Janesville on May 8 has a history of harming himself while in custody, and he requested a mental competency evaluation in Rock County Court on Tuesday. Thomas J. McKee Jr., 30, of 1214 Cherry St., Janesville, and co-defendant Ray D. Trickie, 35, of 1833 Townline Ave., Beloit, are charged with robbing a Beloit gas station, the Lions Quick Mart at highways 14 and 51 in the town of Janesville and then a Walgreens in Beloit, all in the same morning.Boat restriction lifted on part of Rock River
The Rock County Sheriff's Office on Wednesday lifted boat-speed restrictions on a portion of the Rock River in the county. Because of falling water levels, county ordinance allows the lifting of the slow, no-wake order for the portion of the river downstream from the Beloit-Rock Townline Road Bridge to the state line, according to a news release.Bryan Michael Gates, Janesville, WI
Bryan Michael Gates, age 46, of Janesville died unexpectedly at his home on Saturday, May 13, 2017. He was born on October 24, 1970 in Janesville, the son of Michael and Patricia Gates.Area man sentenced in homicide
A man accused of participating in the gunshot death of Beloit resident Cassini Hill last year was sentenced on a reduced charge in Rock County Court on Tuesday. Judge Michael Haakenson sentenced Marcus A. Clay, 29, of 913 Keeler Ave., Beloit, to three years in prison plus four years of extended supervision on a charge of harboring or aiding a felon.Roy S. Kiekhafer, 79
Roy Stanley Kiekhafer, 79, of Turtleville, Wis., died Wednesday, April 26, 2017 at the VA Hospital, Madison, WI, following a short illness. He was born April 3, 1938 in Baraboo, Wis, the adopted son of Carl and Helen Kiekhafer.Interstate closures planned Tuesday night
The state Department of Transportation has rescheduled work to demolish a bridge that will bring overnight closure this week to the northbound lanes of Interstate 90/39. The DOT plans to close the northbound lanes of I-90/39 in a 12-mile stretch between Janesville and Edgerton on Tuesday night through Wednesday morning as crews continue to remove the Manogue Road bridge in sections.John "Bud" Eddy, Beloit, WI
John L. "Bud" Eddy, 96, of Beloit, died Tuesday, May 9, 2017, in his home. He was born in Afton, WI on March 20, 1921, the son of Albert and Edith Eddy.Sen. Ron Johnson says he thought Trump "tapes" tweet suggested Comey recorded conversations
Sen. Ron Johnson has a very unique take on a tweet from President Donald Trump that has fueled speculation he may have secretly recorded conversations with former FBI Director James Comey. On Friday morning, President Trump tweeted: "James Comey better hope that there are no "tapes" of our conversations before he starts leaking to the press!" Speaking to 27 News at the Republican Party of Wisconsin 2017 state convention Saturday morning, Sen. Johnson indicated he read the tweet differently than the rest of the country.2017 Northern Lightning Exercise integrates new generation aircraft
You may have seen or heard fighter jets soaring through the sky the past week or so; they were all part of the Wisconsin Air National Guard's 2017 Northern Lightning exercise at Volk Field in Camp Douglas. Northern Lightning Exercise is the biggest training event hosted at Volk Field.Free Movie Fridays kick off again this year in Madison's Triangle Neighborhood
Both kids and adults alike, with blankets in tow, made their way to the Greenspace near Brittingham Apartments, in Madison, Friday night to watch the movie "Sing", and kick off a community favorite; Free Movie Fridays . The event series, put on by the Madison Community Policing Foundation, the Bayview Foundation, and Badger Popcorn, plays family-friendly films throughout the month of May, providing a show, as well as popcorn and lemonade for families who wouldn't typically be able to go to the movies.Herbert E. Huebschen, Beloit, WI
Herbert E. Huebschen, 97, of Beloit, WI, died Thursday, May 11, 2017 in Premier Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing. He was born December 30, 1919 in Milwaukee, WI, the son of Harry J. and Leona Huebschen.Search warrant leads to drug bust in Beloit
The Rock County Sheriff's Office arrested a Beloit man on Thursday after executing a search warrant on Cleveland Street. The search warrant execution uncovered 86 grams of Marijuana, $9,900 in cash and other drug paraphernalia.Police look for Beloit teen suspected in gun crimes
Police say Antonio D. White, age 16, is wanted for 1st degree recklessly endangering safety, endangering safety with a firearm and being a juvenile in possession of a firearm. Anyone with information about where White might be is asked to call the Dispatch Center at 608-757-2244 or submit a tip at www.p3tips.com.Enhancements to Island Plaza Begin
Construction has begun on some of the improvements planned for the Island Plaza, which sits at the intersection of Bald Eagle and Collier Boulevard. Those improvements will involve an architectural embellishment, which is presently being erected with a pedestrian node for walkers and bikers who frequent the mid-town district.
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