A walk down memory lane at Career Day
Peter Kwong • Jan. 22, 2019
To walk down memory lane once again after all these years, with all those young, wondering eyes staring at me, it was some experience indeed.
The state authorized an estimated $928.1 million in tax advantages and incentives for manufacturing in 2016, up from an inflation-adjusted $724.5 million in 2008.
Steve Ehle, a longtime Madison-area journalist who served as Stoughton Courier Hub editor, died Tuesday, Jan. 15, after a battle with pneumonia.
The National Newspaper Association convention is coming to Milwaukee in October and is reaching out to graphic artists at Wisconsin newspapers to create a logo for its convention. NNA member and non-member papers are eligible to enter. The theme for the NNA Convention & Trade Show 2019 is: Newspapers: Leading the Way in Our Communities!…
WCIJ to host Report for America journalist
Jordan Schelling • Jan. 17, 2019
MADISON – Report for America has chosen the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism to host one of 50 journalists across the country this year. Report for America is a national service program that places reporters in local newsrooms to report on undercovered topics and communities. Journalists in the program typically have three to six years…
Legislative study committees wrapping up work as new session convenes
WisPolitics.com • Jan. 17, 2019
All but two of the Legislature’s study committees have largely wrapped up their work ahead of the new session, with lawmakers poised to introduce legislation ranging from bail and pretrial release to minor guardianships.
Blair Press owner Lee Henschel dies at 62
Julia Hunter • Jan. 15, 2019
Lee Henschel served as the newspaper’s publisher, editor, reporter and business manager for more than 20 years — a run that lasted right up until his death.
Feng shui: Why wind, water and flow matter
Peter Kwong • Jan. 15, 2019
With feng shui, follow your heart, and do whatever you feel is comfortable and natural; the positive chi will follow. Have some fun and good luck.
Although manufacturing remains prominent in Wisconsin’s economy, its dominance has generally been declining over the years.
Former Journal Sentinel columnist Christian Schneider joins The College Fix as senior reporter
Jordan Schelling • Jan. 10, 2019
Christian Schneider, a former political columnist for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and USA Today, is joining The College Fix as a senior reporter specializing in investigative, analytic and enterprise journalism.