The WNA has once again partnered with Pulse Research to conduct a comprehensive shopping survey of newspaper readers across the state. Members are encouraged to help promote the survey in order to ensure the minimum sample size is reached by Jan. 2, 2018. Data, which will be provided at the conclusion of the survey, can…
Charles “Tom” Coe, former owner of the Whitewater Register and the Palmyra/Eagle Enterprise, died Wednesday, Oct. 24. He was 74. Coe ran the Register from 1982 to 2001, when he ended 128 years of family leadership by selling it to Southern Lakes Newspapers. The family also owned The Enterprise for two stretches totaling nearly 45…
From the stunning lights and beautiful music to the fun entertainment and all-around holiday cheer, here are eight things to love about the La Crosse Rotary Lights.
Election 2018 is in the books, and as midterms go, it was one to remember. Turnout in the election was the highest for a midterm since at least 1948
Donald Miller, a Fond du Lac native who worked for 44 years as a printer at The Reporter, died Oct. 28 at the Hospice Home of Hope. He was 88.
High rent burdens in Wisconsin often due to low wages, not high rents
Wisconsin Policy Forum • Nov. 8, 2018
Among the counties with the biggest gaps between median rents and median household incomes, eight have renter household incomes below the state median.
Brianna Stubler, a Wisconsin native and University of Missouri graduate, is the newest member of the (West Bend) Daily News reporting staff.
Searching for happiness in the Northwoods
Peter Kwong • Nov. 8, 2018
Well, we have finally settled down somewhat after moving up here a year ago. It is most amazing that my wife and I are happier now than we ever have been.
2019 WNA Convention & Trade Show dates announced
Julia Hunter • Nov. 6, 2018
The 2019 WNA Convention & Trade Show will be held March 7-8 at the Madison Concourse Hotel in downtown Madison. In a shift from past practice, the Better Newspaper Contest Awards Banquet will be held on the evening of Thursday, March 7.
The Legislative Council Study Committee on the Use of Police Body Cameras will hold its next meeting at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 13 at the Wisconsin State Capitol.