Registration for the 2020 Wisconsin Civics Games will open on Monday, Sept. 16, at www.wisconsincivicsgames.com.
Three distinguished industry leaders will be inducted into the Wisconsin Newspaper Hall of Fame on Thursday, Nov. 14, in Madison.
Father Anthony “Tony” Schumacher, who worked as a journalist for many years before joining the priesthood, died Monday, Sept. 9, in Fitchburg.
Making the difficult decision to let go
Chris Hardie • Sep. 12, 2019
There comes a point in farming when we all make difficult decisions. We need to put aside the emotional connection and view it from a business perspective.
The last day to get discounted lodging and registration rates for the 133rd NNA Convention & Trade Show on Oct. 3-5 in Milwaukee is Thursday, Sept. 12.
Elections Commission spokesman disputes claim of ‘problematic’ vote tabulation practices
WisPolitics.com • Sep. 11, 2019
Wisconsin Elections Commission spokesman Reid Mangey is strongly disputing the notion that the practice of auditing election ballots by running them through vote tabulation devices is problematic.
In the first installment of a series of stories about attracting potential owners to community newspapers, Al Cross discusses the weekly newspaper market.
Wisconsin AG joins Google antitrust investigation
Julia Hunter • Sep. 10, 2019
Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul has joined 49 attorneys general in a Google antitrust investigation, the state Department of Justice announced Monday.
The 79th annual National Newspaper Week, an annual celebration that marks the impact of newspapers in their communities, will be observed Oct. 6-12, 2019.
UW-Madison to host symposium on media psychology
Jordan Schelling • Sep. 10, 2019
The School of Journalism and Mass Communication at UW-Madison will host the Ivan L. Preston Symposium on Media Psychology on Friday, Sept. 13, at Vilas Hall.