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Listening to the voices in your head
  •   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.

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David Maraniss discusses his father, new book and why he wrote it
  •   May. 9, 2019

David Maraniss wrote his new book “to understand myself and understand this country,” he told Doug Moe in a recent Isthmus profile.

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Marjorie G. Nelson, founder of Burnett County Sentinel, dies at 94
  •   May. 9, 2019

Marjorie G. (Currey) Nelson, who with her husband founded the Burnett County Sentinel, died Thursday, May 2. She was 94.

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Winter leftovers lead to spring cleaning
  •   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.

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Milwaukee Journal Sentinel makes more stories subscriber-only
  •   May. 8, 2019

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.

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Lakeland Times honored by Mercer Area Chamber of Commerce
  •   May. 8, 2019

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.

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Bill Marcil Jr., head of Forum Communications, elected to News Media Alliance board
  •   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.

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Sanders tops Democratic field in Wisconsin donations
  •   May. 8, 2019

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.

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After covering cancer run-walk for years, reporter Lyn Jerde becomes part of story
  •   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.

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WNA testifies on behalf of Senate Bill 147
  •   May. 7, 2019

WNA Executive Director Beth Bennett urged legislators to support the measure allowing for electronic public notice affidavits.

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