Gerald “Jerry” Merryfield, who worked for 30 years at the Eau Claire Press Company, publisher of the Leader-Telegram, died Saturday, Feb. 9. He was 82.
After careful consideration of the forecast, the Wisconsin Civics Games state finals has been postponed due to winter weather expected across the state.
The Center for Journalism Ethics at UW-Madison announced this week it has selected five entries as finalists for the 2019 Anthony Shadid Award.
The Boulder Junction Public Library is featuring in its February exhibit photography by Eric A. Johnson, former editor and publisher of FYI Northwoods News.
Jim Nelson and Jen Steele are the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s new business editor and deputy business editor, the newspaper has announced.
Ed Berthiaume, who in January left The (Appleton) Post-Crescent after nearly 30 years, has taken a communications position at Lawrence University.
In science there’s a principle called the “butterfly effect” that suggests something as small as a butterfly flapping its wings in Brazil can result in a tornado in Texas. While the global newsprint markets aren’t quite as poetic an illustration of chaos theory, they aren’t far off. Newsprint market prices have not moved in the…
School DataTool, a new online resource from the Wisconsin Policy Forum, offers a new way to compare statewide educational data.
During a recent Wisconsin Public Radio’s “Central Time” segment, WNA Foundation Board Member Eve Galanter spoke with Judith Siers-Poisson about the meaning of civics, the importance of participating in the political process and why the WNAF decided to launch the Wisconsin Civics Games.
Special education costs continue to rise in Wisconsin as state and federal aid lags behind, creating fiscal and education challenges for school districts.