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Randy Rickman to leave Kenosha News, join Leader-Telegram
  •   Nov. 5, 2018

KENOSHA – Randy Rickman is leaving his position as publisher of the Kenosha News to take over a similar role with the (Eau Claire) Leader-Telegram and Adams Publishing Group, the News announced Friday. After 2½ years in Kenosha, Rickman will leave at the end of the year to join the Leader-Telegram. Rickman, a Wisconsin Newspaper Association board member, will also work with other…

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Madeline Westberg named associate editor of Cambridge News, Deerfield Independent
  •   Nov. 2, 2018

CAMBRIDGE – Madeline Westberg, a Madison native, has been named the new associate editor of the Cambridge News & Deerfield Independent. Westberg is a 2017 graduate of UW-Madison, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism and communication arts. During her time at UW, Westberg wrote for The Badger Herald, The Badger Report, and the Wisconsin Center for…

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Too many opinions can spoil ad presentation
  •   Nov. 2, 2018

Too many opinions spoil a presentation. Do everything you can to limit the number of decision makers in the room.

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6 of Wisconsin’s best pie shops
  •   Nov. 1, 2018

From apple to pecan to pumpkin, and everything in between, holiday pies are something to look forward to. Here are a few of the best Wisconsin pie shops.

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Tips for grilling a fall feast
  •   Nov. 1, 2018

Wok & Roll by Peter Kwong, (Frederic) Inter-County Leader » Download this column as a Word document Folks, don’t put the cover on your grill and store it away yet. Yes, fall is here and winter is not too far away … so what? The grilling fun has just begun! What are you going to do…

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Langlade County has highest share of rent-burdened households
  •   Nov. 1, 2018

A household is considered rent-burdened if it spends more than 30 percent of income on rent. In Langlade County, 55.8 percent of renters are rent-burdened.

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Wisconsin state Senate races draw big fundraising dollars
  •   Nov. 1, 2018

Politicos are also closely watching the Wisconsin state Senate, where Democrats have hopes of retaking a chamber they haven’t run since 2010.

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Racine case shows folly of official secrecy
  •   Nov. 1, 2018

“Your Right to Know” column by Steve Lovejoy Secrecy in government, compounded by court-ordered secrecy, gives rise to speculation and rumor. That never serves the public interest. A case involving Racine City Attorney Scott Letteney and Racine Alderperson Sandy Weidner illustrates that very well. Last August, the city attorney sought an ethics violation sanction against…

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WNA, others file motion to intervene in sealed public records case
  •   Oct. 31, 2018

A group of media organizations, including the Wisconsin Newspaper Association, has filed a motion to intervene in a public records lawsuit sealed by a Racine County judge.

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Wisconsin Freedom of Information Council celebrates 40 years
  •   Oct. 31, 2018

The Wisconsin Freedom of Information Council celebrated its 40th anniversary Tuesday at the State Capitol in Madison. Formed in 1978 under the direction of former Milwaukee Sentinel Editor Bob Wills, the FOIC aimed to provide a forum for news people to share information about their access challenges, advocate for openness and, occasionally, finance open government lawsuits….

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