Wisconsin is celebrating the 100th anniversary of ratifying the 19th Amendment. Did you know many women who paved the way in that fight were journalists?
Take the sting out of spring nettles
Chris Hardie • May. 16, 2019
Nettles, one of the first green plants in the spring, are a welcome sight after a long, harsh winter. Just be careful to avoid their sting.
David Young, an English professor and former student newspaper adviser, is retiring after 25 years at Edgewood College.
Wisconsin Civics Games 2020 dates announced
Jordan Schelling • May. 15, 2019
After evaluating our inaugural competitions and surveying the participants, the Wisconsin Newspaper Association Foundation is excited to announce the dates for Year 2 of the Wisconsin Civics Games!
Top strategists are divided over President Trump’s 2020 election prospects, but they agree Wisconsin is a key stop on the road to the White House.
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.
Age doesn’t matter if you live in the moment
Peter Kwong • May. 14, 2019
We all get older. Yet, we have a choice of not growing older by staying young. It is not about age, but how we feel and how we think of life itself.
Wisconsin Historical Society museum to feature interactive newspaper display
Julia Hunter • May. 13, 2019
Plans for a new Wisconsin Historical Society museum include a prominent interactive display featuring the state’s newspapers.
Wisconsin local governments rank seventh nationally among states for being the most reliant on the property tax for their revenues.
With Memorial Day approaching, National Newspaper Association President Andrew Johnson put out a call to 11 states plus the Washington D.C. area to help complete the Wall of Faces project honoring those who died in the Vietnam War.