Iron County circuit court judge Patrick Madden, who during college served as editor of UW-Green Bay’s student newspaper, died Wednesday, July 10. He was 69.
HURLEY – Ernest “Ernie” Richard Moore, owner of the Iron County Miner newspaper in Hurley, died unexpectedly Sunday, June 16, while traveling home from a trip with his oldest son, Michael. Moore was born June 1, 1956, in Fond du Lac, to Howard William Moore and Anna Adeline Moore. He grew up in Ironwood, Mich.,…
Jean Hesse, who with her husband owned the Loyal Tribune for seven years in the 1960s, died Monday, June 3. She was 85 years old.
The Wisconsin Newspaper Association Foundation inducted 12 industry leaders during today’s WNA Memorial Pylon ceremony in Eagle River, Wis.
Graham Foster, Jr., who worked for 38 years as the editor of the Tomahawk Leader newspaper, died Tuesday, May 28. He was 89.
Steve Lyles, who spent 24 years at Journal Community Publishing Group, died Tuesday, May 28, after he collapsed at work following a workout.
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.
Marjorie G. (Currey) Nelson, who with her husband founded the Burnett County Sentinel, died Thursday, May 2. She was 94.
Marlene Mae (Chapman) Perry, who worked for The Reporter in Fond du Lac, died Friday, May 3. She was 80.
Chris (Mudge) Monroe, former Iowa Newspaper Association executive director, will be remembered next week during a celebration of her life.