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Janesville Gazette (Newspaper) - December 13, 2012, Janesville, Wisconsin Weather. 9 a today 42726�?� mostly sunny and Breezy Friday 42733�?� partial Sunshine opinion serving Janesville Rock and Walworth counties thursday december 13,2012 a our 168th year a 5c feds to pay for breakfast volunteers fear for school dubs Iii Wake of plan Bill 01msted/bolmsted� children make their Way through the line at the Lincoln elementary school breakfast club on thursday. The Volunteer funded and operated group feeds an average of 140 students a Day by Frank Schultz com Janesville the Janesville school District plans to take Over the free breakfast programs run by churches and other Volunteer groups for Many years. Hie announcement has raised questions and consternation among volunteers. School officials said wednesday they still Welcome volunteers in the schools and they expect that the Federal Universal free breakfast program will pay the entire Cost of the school run breakfast program. The move affects breakfast clubs at Adams Jackson. Jefferson Madison Roosevelt Washington and Wilson elementary schools. Jackson. Madison and Wilson schools also have the Federal breakfast program running Side by Side with the clubs. Four elementary schools that done to have free breakfast now will offer it under the Federal program. Officials done to keep track of How Many students use the breakfast clubs but it appears numbers easily run into the hundreds each school Day. The District is telling organizations that in the clubs that the District will take Over the Purchase preparation and serving of food turn to breakfast on Page 9a report Cord wrapped her neck police arrest husband in Janesville homicide by Ann Marie Ames Janesville when Hospital staff removed Krystofer Carlisles clothes saturday they found a piece of White Coni in his pocket similar to the Cord wrapped around his dead wife a neck according to court documents. Police on wednesday arrested Carlisle 54, on a charge of first degree intentional homicide according to a news release from the Janesville police department. He is in custody at Mendota mental health Institute in Madison sgt. Todd Kleisner said. Traci Moyer had White Cord wrapped around her neck when police found her dead saturday in Carlisles Home according to search warrants filed in Rock county court. Moyer 45, in november filed for divorce from Carlisle according to online court records. One of the most dangerous times for victims of Domestic violence is when they try to leave their abusers according to the police news release. Police at 3 06 . Saturday went to Carlisles Home where they met Moyers 18-year-old daughter. She was worried because her 13-year-old sister said Moyer Hadnot picked her up from school Friday according to the search warrants. Moyer and her daughters recently had moved out of the Home on Racine Street and into a different Home in Janesville la Keith lawyer said. On saturday morning Moyers daughter tried to get into the House with her key but the screen door was locked from the inside she told police. She tried calling her mom but realized Moyers cellphone was in Moyers car. The car was running in Carlisles driveway according to the search w arrants. When police entered the Home they found Moyers body in a bedroom. Carlisle was next to her. He was unconscious and barely breathing according to the warrants. In the Kitchen police found sleeping pills and empty containers of two kinds of antidepressants. Carlisle was taken to mercy turn to homicide on Page 8a my or photos by Dan Lassiter com Janesville police department officer Kevin Olin helps fit Monroe elementary school fifth grader Brianna Raiche with a Bike helmet after picking out a new bicycle during shop with cop at Wal Mart in Janesville on wednesday. At least one student from each of Janesville s 12 elementary schools got to go on a $208 spending spree during the event. A different kind of cop shop Janesville police officers students pair up for Christmas gift event by Ann Marie Ames Janesville officer Rick Mussey believe what he saw on his calculator. A eighty four dollars in the makeup aisle in five minutes a he said. Mussey pushed a cart containing press on fingernails hair ties and lip gloss. Clearly first grader Maddie in her Blue sequined party dress had won him Over. A she picked out one lipstick and then she said a i would really love two a a Mussey said. A what was i going to say of Coil use she should have two. Eighty four dollars. I love it a then he dashed off after Maddie As she headed for the barbies. Mussey and Maddie were one of 13 teams of Janesville police officers and elementary school students in the departments third annual shop with a cop event. A $2,500 donation from Wal Mart was enough for one student from each of Janesville 12 elementary schools to go on a $208 spending spree. An additional $208 from Chambers amp Owen of Janesville made it possible for a second student from Wilson elementary to participate officer Chad Sulli she picked out one lipstick. And then she said i would really love two what was i going to say of course she should have two. Officer Rick Mussey talking about his shopping partner first grader Maddie Lincoln elementary school fifth grader Skyler Ploof beams after picking out an ipod touch with Janesville police officer Gary Myers. Ing with gifts. You could her family was watching Van said. A pair of siblings got to go instead of just one. Participating officers Are off duty and Volunteer their time Sullivan said. The children Are encouraged to choose things for themselves before buying gifts for family members. Tie school District selects students to participate. The requirements Are that they have a Good attendance record and positive attitudes Sullivan said. Ashley Nicole Mcdaniels cart was overflow set it across the store and from near the Cash Register. Turn to shop on Page 9a City of Janesville taxpayers got an Early Christmas present by Way of contract concessions from police officers firefighters Dan Whitewater s Alex Merg looks for an open Man As he is pressured by a pair of us Stevens Point defenders during the wac game Between the teams wednesday. The undefeated pointers pulled away in the second half for a 72-61 Victory dropping the War Hawks from first place. More in sports. Page a 2a-3a.10a Milton delays records release Milton school Board officials say the District might not release records about superintendent Mike Garrow a paid leave until late this w Eek. The Gazette submitted an open records request nov. 29 seeking details of a complaint and an investigation into Garrow a conduct and details of an agreement by the Board to pay Carrow through june 30 while he son an a administrative leave of District officials earlier said that Garrow had a deadline of tuesday to submit the Walker work Bill is distraction gov. Scott Walker says he wont pursue right to work legislation in Wisconsin similar to what passed this week in Michigan because he believes it would be a a huge distraction to Job creation efforts. Walker said introducing a right to it work Bill could Lead to massive protests. He also knocked a Bill to end same Day voter registration citing the Cost of the proposal an estimated $5.2 million initially and about $1 million a year after that. A there is no Way in a signing a Bill that costs that much Money a Walker said. Death notices 8a a Wallace a. Conley Janesville a Tom Edward Tully Lake Geneva a Karolis Zukauskas Fontan obituaries a 8a a Dawn m. Amon Elkhorn a Wallace a. Conley Janesville a Steve t. Durum Elk born a Omar m. Els Hatstat Janesville a Irvin Quot Irv Quot f. Felda Janesville a Edward h. Mansfield Janesville a Catherine a. Norris Janesville it kicks i inside songs for the a season holidays Al lit a inspire albums of is r in original and classic ii my Fly advice. Classified comics. Horoscope legals. Lotteries. 1230756789 6b Nat Ion world .7b-8b Job obituaries 8a .58 opinion.6a 9b puzzles games 9b 4b state.7a 8a television.6b gaze Textra �2012 Bliss communications. All rights reserved. War Hawks fall to pointers

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