KENOSHA – Friday was the last day at the Kenosha News for three veteran journalists — Bill Guida, Jeremy Reeves and Bill Siel — who spent more than 80 years combined at the newspaper. Guida, a reporter and columnist who covered a variety of local news for the paper, started as a part-time general assignment reporter in 1991….
In honor of the late Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporter, the Milwaukee Bucks on Friday dedicated the Don Walker Media Center inside Fiserv Forum, the team’s new arena.
The Vilas County News-Review received six awards last week in the National Newspaper Association’s 2018 Better Newspaper Contest, including second place in General Excellence.
After working for six months out of Capital Newspapers’ Mauston office, Christopher Jardine has joined the Wisconsin Dells Events staff as a reporter.
David Clarey is the newest member of the RiverTown Multimedia reporting staff, the (Ellsworth) Pierce County Herald reported Wednesday.
Matt McMillan has joined Press Publications as Chief Executive Officer for the newspaper group, which owns publications in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Andrew Johnson, president of the Wisconsin Newspaper Association Foundation, took over the role of National Newspaper Association president Saturday at the annual NNA Convention in Norfolk, Va.
Christina Luick has joined the Watertown Daily Times staff as its newest reporter. She will focus on city government and assist with the education beat.
Peter Annin, a veteran journalist who now works at Northland College, has published a new edition of his book “The Great Lakes Water Wars.”
David Van Wormer, who started his sports journalism career by reporting on teammates and classmates at Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln High School, will be inducted into the school’s athletic hall of fame.