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About: beloit, wisconsin

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.

Population: 35775
Local Newspapers: Beliot Daily News
Local Sports Teams: Milwaukee Brewers Milwaukee Bucks Milwaukee Mustangs
Local Colleges: Beloit College

Zip Codes associated with beloit, wisconsin: 53511
Towns/Cities near beloit, wisconsin : Clinton Janesville Rockton IL

Beloit News
Beloit man pleads guilty to child enticement

A man who claimed to be a sex researcher to lure a teenage boy into sex acts pleaded guilty to child enticement causing mental harm in Rock County Court on Wednesday. The plea was part of a plea agreement in which seven other offenses were dismissed but can be considered at sentencing.

United Way kicks off 2018 campaign with higher goal

Paul Woodard, Janesville director of public works, shovels with other volunteers during the United Way Day of Caring on Wednesday at Janesville Community Day Care Center. The volunteers helped build a new playground at the center.

Janesville shelter works to make young men self-sufficient

Three residents of the Project 16:49 transitional home for young men in Janesville stand in the game room. Monopoly and Uno are favorites.

Apple farmers in southern Wisconsin say they are seeing impacts from weather

As apple pickers make their first trips of the fall to orchards across the state, farmers are taking a look at how changing weather patterns continue to impact their livelihood. "Its changed a lot over the last few years," says Lori Jenson, owner of the Apple Hut in Town of Beloit.

Wisconsina s Walker issues order to help with tropical storm

Walker issued an executive order Friday afternoon authorizing Adjutant General Donald Dunbar to call elements of the Wisconsin National Guard to active duty to help civilian authorities in affected states. The order also lifts restrictions on the number of hours interstate and intrastate carriers can if they're transporting hurricane-related emergency supplies such as food, clothing, building supplies and fuel.

Beloit woman dies in ATV crash

A Beloit woman died in an ATV crash late Thursday night on South Butterfly Road, according to a news release. Rock County Sheriff's Office responded around 11:23 p.m. Thursday.

Janesville's economic opportunity zones spark excitement, questions

This aerial drone photo shows the rear of Janesville's former General Motors plant, where much of the demolition has taken place. The old assembly plant is located inside a federally designated economic opportunity zone, which could help spur its redevelopment.

Conservation Voters endorses Spreitzer, Vruwink

The Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters announced endorsements of Assembly Reps. Don Vruwink, D-Milton, and Mark Spreitzer, D-Beloit, in the November election.

Beloit Autrorama preps for 1,200 vehicles for this year's car show

Clayton Moen of Janesville polishes his 1957 Chevy Bel Air in preparation for Beloit Autorama in this photo from 2009. Moen, who has won countless awards for the car, has been a participant at Autorama for around 40 years.

Rock Co. Sheriff's Office arrests three for drug possession

They searched a location in the 2100 block of Freeman Parkway on Monday and another location in the 100 block of Partridge Avenue on Tuesday. Christopher A. Earl Jr., 31, and Lashonda E. Mcadory also were arrested for possession and delivery of drugs and child neglect.

Public record for Sept. 12, 2018

REGINALD TYRONE COLE , 49, of 15 Elliot St., Janesville, at 12:49 p.m. Tuesday at 200 E. Highway 14 on a charge of manufacturing/delivering cocaine. DESHAWN ALEXANDER FOREMAN , 23, of 312 E. Milwaukee St., Janesville, at 11:08 a.m. Tuesday at 816 W. Van Buren St., Janesville, on a charge of burglary.

Police seek public's help in finding missing 32-year-old

The Beloit Police Department said 32-year-old Nathan Bertelsen was last seen Monday night at his home. Sometime during the night, Bertelsen left his residence.

Beloit accepting tree planting requests

The tree supply is limited, and trees are planted on a first-come, first-served basis. City forestry supervisors will determine tree species to plant based on the size of terraces, presence of utilities and exotic invasive insects.

Wisconsin Collector Sells Angel Figurines as Museum Closes

Beloit collector Joyce Berg is selling her angel figurines on display at the city's Angel Museum, which is slated to close by the end of the month. In a Monday, Aug. 20, 2018 photo, Joyce Berg, who started the Angel Museum in 1998, speaks about the museum's closing.

Wisconsin collector sells angel figurines as museum closes

In a Monday, Aug. 20, 2018 photo, Joyce Berg, who started the Angel Museum in 1998, speaks about the museum's closing. The Beloit, Wis., museum houses more than 14,000 angel figurines, including a collection of black angels from Oprah Winfrey.

Our Views: Thumbs up/down for Monday, Sept. 10

Thumbs down to Gov. Scott Walker tweeting about kneeling NFL players. Wisconsin voters have more important matters to discuss than NFL players who kneel or stand for the national anthem.

CENTURY 21 Affiliated: What It Takes to Get to the Top

Clearly, Bill Kessler's early goal to become a multiple-office company was far surpassed: Today, CENTURY 21 Affiliated is comprised of more than 100 locations across Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Florida, and the company has enjoyed the ranking as the largest CENTURY 21 firm in the world in overall sales volume for three years running. As the firm celebrates its 40th anniversary, Founder Kessler and President and CEO Dan Kruse share the strategies and philosophies that have sparked and sustained CENTURY 21 Affiliated's success.

Rock County Veterans Service offices to close Sept. 24-28

The Rock County Veterans Service Office's Beloit and Janesville locations will be closed the week of Sept. 24 to 28. The closures will allow the Rock County veterans service officer, John Solis, and deputy veterans service officers to attend accreditation training.

Beckman Mill celebrates local heritage Sunday

Volunteers who worked to restore Beckman Mill, an 1868 grist mill west of Beloit, are celebrating the mill's 150th anniversary Sunday. Mitch Baker demonstrates the art of coopering and will be among demonstrators at Heritage Sunday, Sept.

Man arrested on suspicion of OWI after colliding with squad car

A Janesville man was arrested early Sunday morning on suspicion of drunken driving after he collided with a town of Beloit squad car, according to a news release. At 2:08 a.m. Sunday, two town of Beloit police officers in separate cars were stopped along Prairie Avenue north of Inman Parkway administering a traffic stop.

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