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Cooking with my Scandinavian friends
  •   September 13, 2018

We cranked out six courses in two hours.Yes, six courses. Do you believe it? Not one of which was peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, folks.

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Online sales tax collections will trigger state income tax cuts
  •   September 13, 2018

Wisconsin counties can choose to keep additional online sales tax revenue but the state will have to return it in the form of cuts to the state income tax.

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8 of the best views in Milwaukee
  •   September 12, 2018

Atop rooftops and amid parks, you’ll find countless jaw-dropping lakefront and cityscape views in Wisconsin’s largest city. Here are a few we recommend.

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Tread carefully when requiring down payment for democracy
  •   September 12, 2018

My hometown newspaper instituted a new policy requiring that readers “pay” for the First Amendment right to express, and explain why, who or what they support or oppose at the voting booth.

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Paper industry panel to discuss navigating new economy
  •   September 12, 2018

The paper industry remains a vital part of the Wisconsin economy, but it has challenges. A panel discussion on Thursday, Sept. 20 in Appleton will address those challenges as well as what recent moves say about how the industry is adapting.

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ASNE, APME will merge to become News Leaders Association
  •   September 12, 2018

The American Society of News Editors and Associated Press Media Editors agreed to merge Tuesday, forming the News Leaders Association.

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Ukraine trip offers Kenosha News publisher new outlook
  •   September 11, 2018

A recent 10-day trip to Ukraine gave Kenosha News Publisher Randy Rickman a new perspective on things he thought he knew. Most importantly, it reminded him that people in a foreign country are not much different that those close to home.

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Rape kit testing a big focus of attorney general race
  •   September 11, 2018

The Wisconsin attorney general race is starting to get attention, but the competition for eyeballs is tough. The biggest races are for governor and U.S. Senate.

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Meet the Center for Journalism Ethics’ new Journalist in Residence
  •   September 11, 2018

UW-Madison’s Center for Journalism Ethics will welcome its newest Journalist in Residence, NPR’s David Folkenflik, during a media panel on Nov. 7 at the Overture Center in Madison.

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Waupaca County News is launching a digital paywall
  •   September 11, 2018

Multi Media Channels, which owns several newspapers in central and northeastern Wisconsin, is launching a paywall for its Waupaca County News website beginning Sept. 13.

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