USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin names Mark Treinen, Robert Zizzo news, sports directors
Jordan Schelling • Mar. 14, 2019
Two veteran editors, Mark Treinen and Robert Zizzo, have been named to new director-level positions for USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin.
The Wisconsin Civics Games state finals competition has been rescheduled for Friday, March 29, at the Wisconsin State Capitol in Madison.
Make it a mantra: ‘Get one more source’
Bart Pfankuch • Mar. 13, 2019
Do this now: Take a sheet of paper, write “Get One More Source!” on it and tape it up in your cube or above your computer. Then, follow your own good advice.
Milwaukee Press Club announces award finalists
Jordan Schelling • Mar. 13, 2019
The Milwaukee Press Club on Monday announced its finalists for the annual Milwaukee Press Club Awards for Excellence in Wisconsin Journalism.
A WisPolitics.com review found fundamental differences remain between Gov. Tony Evers and Republican leaders on a number of items.
After more than 30 years as a journalist, veteran La Crosse Tribune reporter Randy Erickson penned his final column on Friday, March 8.
Opees honor good acts and bad
Bill Lueders • Mar. 12, 2019
As part of Sunshine Week, an annual celebration of open government that runs from March 10-16, the Wisconsin Freedom of Information Council is bestowing its 13th annual Openness Awards, or Opees.
Far-flung changes have local impact on newsprint
Tony Smithson • Mar. 12, 2019
In today’s global economy, changes to laws in China are affecting the balance sheet of community newspapers in the United States.
Life is short. Time for another round of jokes
Peter Kwong • Mar. 12, 2019
It is time for some fun stuff again. I don’t know what it is, but every time I blink, another week has passed me by. Am I getting old, or life is just too good?
Download the 2018 WNA award winner logos
Jordan Schelling • Mar. 12, 2019
Congratulations to winners of the 2018 WNA Better Newspaper Contest! Let your readers know they’re reading an award-winning newspaper with these logos.