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By Lisa Bauer IF YOU FOLLOW CORINDA RAINEYMOORE on Facebook, you’d think she must have a twin. She’s checking in at the Boys & Girls…

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By Joyce Novacek FEW PEOPLE CONSIDER MADISON a video game development hub, but Jennifer Javornik wants to change that. As a cofounder of the Madison…

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By Shelby Deering DANA WENDT WAS NOT A CONFIDENT TEENAGER. Inspired by her own experiences and her teenage daughter, Hadley, she says, “I don’t want…

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By Candice Wagener SHANA LEWIS DESIGNED HER LAW practice— which she launched in 2015—to meet the needs of the 40 school districts she represents statewide….

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By Kate Blast “PASSIONATE LEADER WITH VISION TO CHANGE THE HUMAN CONDITION IN DANE COUNTY.” That’s the opening statement on Renee Moe’s resume. This…

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By Lisa Bauer   “THIS IS NOT YOUR DADDY’S Sun Prairie,” says Marilyn Ruffin, who in April was elected as the first African-American school board…

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By Candice Wagener AS CO-COORDINATORS OF MERITER’S Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner program, Julie Baisa and Kim Curran strive to provide compassionate, one-on-one care and…

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By Marni McEntee ON THE WALL of Grisel Tapia’s shared office at the Vera Court Neighborhood Center, a sign reads “I cross my T’s, dot…

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By Joyce Novacek GROWING UP IN WISCONSIN, Brenna Holzhauer fostered a strong connection with nature from an early age. Now, she shares her love for…

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By Candice Wagener WATCHING ONE OF HER ER PATIENTS quickly die from a very preventable cancer, OB/GYN resident Katherine O’Rourke asked Dr. Mary Landry where…