WNA wins right to challenge secret public records case-RACINE – The WNA and other media organizations have won the right to challenge a Racine County judge's decision to seal a Racine alderman's public records case. A three-judge panel of the District II Court of Appeals last week ordered Racine County Circuit Judge Eugene Gasiorkiewicz to "determine which specific documents" from the record, "if any," should remain blocked from ...
Scott Peterson named president of WNA Foundation Board-Scott Peterson, editor of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's Now News North Group has been named president of the WNA Foundation Board of Directors. Peterson moves into the spot previously held by Andrew Johnson, publisher of the Wisconsin Free Press Group, who stepped down from the role earlier this month.
WNA Foundation to award $2K scholarships to Civics Games winners-The WNA Foundation will award $2,000 scholarships to each member of the winning team of the inaugural Wisconsin Civics Games. The scholarships, which were approved by the WNA Foundation Board at its meeting earlier this month, must be used at an in-state college or university.
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