David Young, an English professor and former student newspaper adviser, is retiring after 25 years at Edgewood College.
After evaluating our inaugural competitions and surveying the participants, the Wisconsin Newspaper Association Foundation is excited to announce the dates for Year 2 of the Wisconsin Civics Games!
Bob Sollen, a UW-Madison graduate who once wrote a column that criticized and shook up its journalism school, died Friday, May 10. He was 97.
With Memorial Day approaching, National Newspaper Association President Andrew Johnson put out a call to 11 states plus the Washington D.C. area to help complete the Wall of Faces project honoring those who died in the Vietnam War.
David Maraniss wrote his new book “to understand myself and understand this country,” he told Doug Moe in a recent Isthmus profile.
Marjorie G. (Currey) Nelson, who with her husband founded the Burnett County Sentinel, died Thursday, May 2. She was 94.
MINOCQUA – The Mercer Area Chamber of Commerce last month awarded The Lakeland Times of Minocqua with its Cornerstone of the Community award for its community support and involvement.
Forum Communications Co. President and CEO Bill Marcil Jr. has joined the board of the News Media Alliance, the group announced last week.
After covering The Bulldog Stomp many times over the last 11 years, Portage Daily Register reporter Lyn Jerde became part of the story this year.
Marlene Mae (Chapman) Perry, who worked for The Reporter in Fond du Lac, died Friday, May 3. She was 80.