A Racine alderwoman’s contempt hearing, which was called after she spoke out about her public records laws, has been opened to the public following advocacy by the WNA and other news organizations.
Clara Keenan, who with her husband owned the Tomahawk Leader for more than 25 years, died Sept. 20, 2018, under the care of Ascension Home Hospice.
Solutions Journalism Network will provide 13 grants to U.S.-based newsrooms to support reporting on the 2018 midterm elections. The application deadline is Nov. 13, 2018.
A former Lee Enterprises page designer has turned her passion for the written word into a new career, opening a pop-up bookstore in her hometown.
Susan Endres, an education and environmental reporter, is the newest member of the Baraboo News Republic editorial staff.
MIDDLETON – The gunman who shot four people at a Dane County software company Wednesday was flagged as being a danger to co-workers and banned from having firearms more than a decade ago, new police records show. WTS Paradigm employee Anthony Tong was taken to a mental health hospital and barred from buying firearms 14…
WHITEWATER – After a UW-Whitewater investigation concluded in June that Pete Hill, husband of Chancellor Beverly Kopper, had sexually harassed female employees, UW System President Ray Cross stripped him of his honorary role and banned him from campus. Kopper didn’t notify the public that her husband was no longer allowed on campus until last week, though. The announcement came just…
BARABOO – A judge said Friday he is likely to make public portions of a redacted email involving a Spring Green man found dead on property deemed a health hazard by Sauk County officials, the Baraboo News Republic reported. Green Lake County Circuit Court Judge Mark Slate, who was appointed to avoid conflicts of interest…
A Racine County judge’s decision to seal a public records lawsuit has confounded open government advocates, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported.
The Jackson County Chronicle, a weekly newspaper in Black River Falls, announced that Friday’s newspaper would be its last.