Listening to the voices in your head
Bart Pfankuch • May. 10, 2019
When writing, there’s nothing wrong with listening to the voices from our past that remind us to avoid bad habits and do great work.
David Maraniss wrote his new book “to understand myself and understand this country,” he told Doug Moe in a recent Isthmus profile.
Marjorie G. (Currey) Nelson, who with her husband founded the Burnett County Sentinel, died Thursday, May 2. She was 94.
Winter leftovers lead to spring cleaning
Chris Hardie • May. 9, 2019
A few weeks a year, we’re trapped in the no man’s land between winter and spring. On the farm, it’s time to clean the barns and the winter feeding areas.
In recognition of the newspaper’s increased reliance on subscriptions, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on Wednesday began making more content exclusively available to its subscribers.
MINOCQUA – The Mercer Area Chamber of Commerce last month awarded The Lakeland Times of Minocqua with its Cornerstone of the Community award for its community support and involvement.
Bill Marcil Jr., head of Forum Communications, elected to News Media Alliance board
Jordan Schelling • May. 8, 2019
Forum Communications Co. President and CEO Bill Marcil Jr. has joined the board of the News Media Alliance, the group announced last week.
Three years after beating Hillary Clinton in Wisconsin’s presidential primary, Bernie Sanders has topped the wide field of Democratic candidates in the burgeoning race for donations in the state.
After covering cancer run-walk for years, reporter Lyn Jerde becomes part of story
Jordan Schelling • May. 7, 2019
After covering The Bulldog Stomp many times over the last 11 years, Portage Daily Register reporter Lyn Jerde became part of the story this year.
WNA testifies on behalf of Senate Bill 147
Julia Hunter • May. 7, 2019
WNA Executive Director Beth Bennett urged legislators to support the measure allowing for electronic public notice affidavits.