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Historical society raises $20K to digitize Stanley Republican archives
  •   Jan. 10, 2019

STANLEY – The Stanley Area Historical Society has raised more than $20,000 through donors and grants to fund the digitization of the Stanley Republican archives. The project, done in partnership with the Wisconsin Historical Society and the Wisconsin Newspaper Association, will add issues from 1896 through 2004 to those already available from 2005 through June 2018. The newly digitized issues soon…

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Assembly Republicans increase staff, despite losing seat
  •   Jan. 10, 2019

Despite losing one seat in the Assembly, Republicans are increasing the size of their staff as Democratic Gov. Tony Evers takes office.

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The six P’s of starting a business
  •   Jan. 8, 2019

So, what are the six P’s? They are Price, Place, People, Product, Promotion and Profit. Let’s talk about each P, and why it is so important.

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Manufacturing is a bigger share of Wisconsin’s workforce than most other states
  •   Jan. 7, 2019

In 2017, the manufacturing sector in Wisconsin produced $59.1 billion in economic output and employed 16.4 percent of the state workforce.

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Look in the mirror to find your best editor
  •   Jan. 7, 2019

Increasingly, it is up to writers to put in the time and effort on their own to improve their ability to communicate and write with clarity, concision and flair.

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Former Milwaukee Journal sports reporter Perry Farrell retires
  •   Jan. 7, 2019

Perry Farrell, a longtime sports writer who worked for the Milwaukee Journal in the 1980s, retired last week from the Detroit Free Press.

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Kenosha News timeline kicks off 125th anniversary celebration
  •   Jan. 7, 2019

As it begins a year-long celebration of its 125th anniversary, the Kenosha News is compiling a timeline of when local residents and companies began subscribing, advertising or delivering the newspaper. 

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Chuck Gauger retires as Trempealeau County Times general manager
  •   Jan. 4, 2019

After nearly 35 years as general manager, Chuck Gauger retired from the (Whitehall) Trempealeau County Times at the end of 2018.

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National Newspaper Association hires new management team
  •   Jan. 4, 2019

Lynne Lance is the new executive director of the National Newspaper Association, the organization announced in this months Pub Aux.

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Former newspaper editor Bonita Mrock dies at 87
  •   Jan. 4, 2019

After graduating from Gilman High School in 1948, Bonita Mrock worked in the area as a newspaper editor, a waitress and in a chiropractic office.

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