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Stevens Point newspaper route owners reunite after 70 years
  •   Jul. 19, 2019

STEVENS POINT – A PBS television program inspired two former newspaper route owners — now in their eighties — to reunite seven decades after they worked together delivering the Stevens Point Daily Journal on the city’s north side. Marvin Przekurat told the Portage County Gazette he was a student at St. Peter Grade School in…

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What a lack of truck drivers means for newsprint cost, delivery
  •   Jul. 19, 2019

The shortage of truck drivers can impact newpaper publishers in a very real way when it comes to receiving and paying for newsprint.

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‘Immigrant Journeys’ exhibit tells stories of eight Wisconsinites
  •   Jul. 18, 2019

A traveling exhibit that illuminates the journeys of eight immigrants was made possible with the help of two Wisconsin-based journalists.

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Patrick Madden, first editor of UWGB’s Fourth Estate, dies at 69
  •   Jul. 18, 2019

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.

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Former Daily Union sports editor pens book on NASCAR driver Rich Bickle
  •   Jul. 18, 2019

John Close, former sports editor of the Daily Jefferson County Union in Fort Atkinson, this week published a book on Edgerton native and former NASCAR driver Rich Bickle.

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Reporter Kendra Lamer to cover Monona area for APG newspapers
  •   Jul. 18, 2019

Recent UW-Stout graduate Kendra Lamer has joined the reporting staff of The Herald-Independent and The McFarland Thistle.

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Rainy summer fuels hay baling frustration
  •   Jul. 18, 2019

There are some years when I’m already taking my second cutting of hay in early July. At this rate, I’ll be lucky to take two cuttings all year.

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Influx of Latinos leads to spike in diversity in Wisconsin counties
  •   Jul. 17, 2019

An influx of Latinos is helping some of the least diverse counties in Wisconsin rank among those in the country seeing the greatest relative increase in diversity.

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Hispanic workforce expanding in metro Milwaukee, but wages lag
  •   Jul. 16, 2019

Hispanic residents have accounted for metro Milwaukee’s net population growth, filling a critical need for new workers to replace retiring baby boomers.

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What is so graceful about getting old(er)?
  •   Jul. 15, 2019

I never thought I would become a senior citizen so soon. Is it good or bad? Frankly, I don’t know and don’t care. At least, that’s what I thought.

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