Clara Neupert, a junior at UW-Eau Claire, was selected as the 2019 Devroy Fellowship winner and will serve as an intern for three weeks at The Washington Post in January 2020.
Dan Colton has been named associate editor of the Lodi Enterprise and Poynette Press, the newspapers announced Wednesday.
Cartoonist John Hambrock, author of “The Brilliant Mind of Edison Lee,” has been nominated by the National Cartoonist Society for the Reuben Award for best newspaper comic strip.
After more than two decades with the Baraboo News Republic, Ben Bromley wrote his final column for the newspaper Tuesday.
Wisconsin is celebrating the 100th anniversary of ratifying the 19th Amendment. Did you know many women who paved the way in that fight were journalists?
David Young, an English professor and former student newspaper adviser, is retiring after 25 years at Edgewood College.
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.
In recognition of the newspaper’s increased reliance on subscriptions, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on Wednesday began making more content exclusively available to its subscribers.
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.