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…
The shortage of truck drivers can impact newpaper publishers in a very real way when it comes to receiving and paying for newsprint.
A traveling exhibit that illuminates the journeys of eight immigrants was made possible with the help of two Wisconsin-based journalists.
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.
Former Daily Union sports editor pens book on NASCAR driver Rich Bickle
Jordan Schelling • 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.
Recent UW-Stout graduate Kendra Lamer has joined the reporting staff of The Herald-Independent and The McFarland Thistle.
Rainy summer fuels hay baling frustration
Chris Hardie • 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.
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.
Hispanic workforce expanding in metro Milwaukee, but wages lag
Wisconsin Policy Forum • 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.
What is so graceful about getting old(er)?
Peter Kwong • 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.