STEVENS POINT – A PBS television program inspired two former newspaper route owners — now in their eighties — to reunite seven decades after they worked together delivering the Stevens Point Daily Journal on the city’s north side. Marvin Przekurat told the Portage County Gazette he was a student at St. Peter Grade School in…
Iron County circuit court judge Patrick Madden, who during college served as editor of UW-Green Bay’s student newspaper, died Wednesday, July 10. He was 69.
John Close, former sports editor of the Daily Jefferson County Union in Fort Atkinson, this week published a book on Edgerton native and former NASCAR driver Rich Bickle.
Recent UW-Stout graduate Kendra Lamer has joined the reporting staff of The Herald-Independent and The McFarland Thistle.
Adam Feiner, an Illinois native with family ties to the Madison area, has been named sports editor for Unified Newspaper Group.
Wisconsin Newspaper Association members are invited to help celebrate 75 years of Trees For Tomorrow on Saturday, July 27, at Forest Fest.
Caitlin Dickerson, a national immigration reporter for The New York Times, will serve as the Center for Journalism Ethics Journalist in Residence at UW-Madison this fall.
After struggling to survive its first year, The Badger Herald student newspaper will mark its 50th anniversary this fall.
Last week marked 20 years since the Portage County Gazette printed the first edition of its revived weekly newspaper on July 2, 1999.
Bridget Cooke, a western Wisconsin native, joined the Capital Newspapers staff last week after four years at the Monroe Times.