WEDC worked with Kimberly-Clark to keep its options open, even as Gov. Scott Walker said a legislative incentive package was the only solution.
Time management is about respect and efficiency
John Foust • Jan. 2, 2019
It’s important to respect your time and that of others. Start on time, stay on track, end on time. Do that and things will run a lot smoother.
Democracy depends on open government
Chris Larson • Jan. 2, 2019
Those in power rarely give it up willingly. What’s needed is a loud and unified public demanding that lawmakers’ records be kept safe and available upon request.
Wine tasting 101: Start by trying a variety of wines
Peter Kwong • Dec. 26, 2018
Picking a wine can be intimidating. No worries. Follow these simple instructions and you can become a wine expert in no time flat.
In at least 16 Wisconsin towns, voters in the November election decided to allow their town clerks or treasurers to be appointed by the town board instead of electing them at large.
A legislative task force tried to tackle school funding issues. Members came up with a smorgasbord of options but no firm plan.
Merle Hill, a former news editor who worked for 35 years at the La Crosse Tribune, celebrated his 100th birthday on Dec. 22.
After nearly two decades at The (Rice Lake) Chronotype, associate editor Eileen Nimm retired last week. She started in 1999 as a reporter.
Ed Berthiaume, who has worked for 29 years at The (Appleton) Post-Crescent, will step down from his role as news director early next year.
5 cool places to get a warm drink in Wisconsin
Discover Wisconsin • Dec. 20, 2018
Sometimes, there’s nothing better than sipping a hot drink on a cold winter day. These Wisconsin locations are serving up some deliciously toasty drinks.