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Marion Advertiser announces new publisher, editor
  •   Sep. 5, 2019

Sara Tischauser has been named publisher, editor and future owner of the Marion Advertiser, the newspaper announced Thursday.

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Protecting our soil is still important
  •   Sep. 5, 2019

The changing weather demandsthat we do more to protect our soil. It is still the wealth of our country and we all need to be good stewards of the land.

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Seeling: Now is the time to get involved with your WNA
  •   Sep. 5, 2019

Yes, you are busy. Yes, it is a crazy time in our time-honored industry. But it is now time for us ALL to get involved with the WNA.

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Uphill battle expected as Democrats vie to take back Duffy’s seat
  •   Sep. 4, 2019

Political handicappers say Democrats face an uphill battle to win back the 7th Congressional District no matter when Gov. Tony Evers calls the special election to fill Sean Duffy’s northern Wisconsin seat.

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Lawmakers use costs to rebuff records requests
  •   Sep. 4, 2019

Now barred from charging print copy fees for emails, it appears some lawmakers are finding new ways to impose significant search fees on records requests.

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An abundance of local governments in Wisconsin
  •   Sep. 4, 2019

Wisconsin had the 11th-most local governments of any state in 2017, due in part to a tenfold increase in the last five decades in special districts that manage lakes, sewers, and sanitation.

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Garden recipes: 3 ways to use cucumbers, zucchini
  •   Sep. 3, 2019

My wife started a small garden in early spring. I totally stayed out of it, but I did help use up the produce with a few recipes.

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How to use stock photos to generate better ad ideas
  •   Sep. 2, 2019

Stock photography can be an important addition to your creative toolbox in advertising. Here are some points to keep in mind.

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Why state spending on capital projects is on the rise
  •   Aug. 30, 2019

Wisconsin’s latest surge in spending on building projects — more than $1.9 billion over the two-year budget — follows four years in which funding was curtailed for the state’s vast portfolio of facilities.

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Tribune Record Gleaner celebrates 50 years since merger
  •   Aug. 29, 2019

Fifty years ago this summer, on June 19, 1969, the Tribune Record Gleaner printed its first issue. This month the newspaper celebrated its 50th anniversary with a special eight-page section.

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