There appears to be no clear pattern among the more than 20 local governments that have adopted wheel taxes in the past few years.
Let’s take a deeper dive into some tasty recipes that highlight Wisconsin produce associations and their delicious products.
Is Medicare going broke? That scary thought raced through the media a few weeks ago when the program’s trustees issued their annual report to Congress.
When a Tomahawk High School valedictorian decided against speaking at her graduation after school administrators attempted to censor her, the Tomahawk Leader published her speech in its entirety. It has since received more attention than author Cait Christenson could have ever imagined. Her silenced speech, which discussed discrimination, school shootings and gender inequality, has since…
The 2nd District Court of Appeals on Wednesday upheld a Winnebago County judge’s release of personnel records to Alexander Nemec, a reporter with UW-Oshkosh’s student newspaper, The Advance-Titan. Nemec filed an open records request in March 2017 for a complaint against Willis Hagen, a business professor of more than 30 years at UW-Oshkosh, and documents related to…
How to strategize in the face of exorbitant newsprint tariffs By Tony Smithson Vice President of Printing Operations, Bliss Communications With the Trump administration’s announcement of preliminary duties on Canadian newsprint producers up to 32 percent, publishers are left wondering how to deal with resulting price increases. To make a difficult situation even worse, these…
Here are summaries of speeches from the top nine gubernatorial candidates to the state Democratic Party convention on June 1 in Oshkosh, as reported by WisPolitics.com.
One of the consequences of the tighter levy limits and relatively flat state aids to local governments in recent years appears to be less spending on local streets and roads.
While patriotic celebrations can be found all across Wisconsin, a few cities do Independence Day particularly big. Here are a few of our favorite Fourth of July festivities:
Four Wisconsin newspapers will receive stipends from the WNA Foundation to help support a summer internship. The 2018 WNAF interns are: