Martin Henschel, brother of former Blair Press publisher Lee Henschel, plans to sell the newspaper’s building, likely ending the publication’s 120-year run.
Hope McLeod, a former staff writer for the Bayfield County Journal and Ashland Daily Press, has published a new collection of feature stories.
United Communications Corp., which last month sold its newspapers to Lee Enterprises, has agreed to sell its television stations in New York and Minnesota.
Mark Maley, a longtime community journalist who later became a spokesman for the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation, died Friday, Feb. 8, just 40 days after being diagnosed with cancer.
City Council members on Monday named the (Whitehall) Trempealeau County Times the official newspaper of the city of Blair.
On the day before it joined Lee Enterprises, the Kenosha News on Thursday printed a thank you to the Brown family for 57 years of ownership.
With six states legalizing sports gambling in 2018 and many others expected to follow suit in 2019, the AP Stylebook has published a new topical guide for reporting on the subject.
The tracking calendar will create a calendar based on all the bills, committees and public notices a user is tracking.
Though the state of Wisconsin’s general fund finished the 2018 fiscal year with the lowest deficit levels on record, there is still room for improvement,
Diane Niemeyer, who worked for 32 years at the Daily Jefferson County Union in Fort Atkinson, dies Thursday, Jan. 31. She was 71.