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Wisconsin journalists played key roles in suffrage movement
  •   May. 16, 2019

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?

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Take the sting out of spring nettles
  •   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.

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Former Edgewood College newspaper adviser David Young retires
  •   May. 15, 2019

David Young, an English professor and former student newspaper adviser, is retiring after 25 years at Edgewood College.

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Wisconsin Civics Games 2020 dates announced
  •   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!

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Strategists agree Wisconsin will play pivotal role in 2020 election
  •   May. 15, 2019

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.

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Former UW-Madison journalism grad Bob Sollen dies at 97
  •   May. 14, 2019

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.

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Age doesn’t matter if you live in the moment
  •   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.

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Wisconsin Historical Society museum to feature interactive newspaper display
  •   May. 13, 2019

Plans for a new Wisconsin Historical Society museum include a prominent interactive display featuring the state’s newspapers.

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Wisconsin local governments depend most on property taxes
  •   May. 13, 2019

Wisconsin local governments rank seventh nationally among states for being the most reliant on the property tax for their revenues.

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Johnson calls on newspapers to find missing Vietnam photos
  •   May. 10, 2019

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.

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