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WNA seeking 2019 Newspaper Hall of Fame nominations
  •   Jun. 13, 2019

The Wisconsin Newspaper Association is accepting nominations for induction into the Wisconsin Newspaper Hall of Fame through Sunday, Aug. 18.

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Former Journal Sentinel, Kenosha News reporter John McEvoy dies at 83
  •   Jun. 13, 2019

John McEvoy, a Wisconsin native and longtime journalist best known for his work covering horse racing, died Monday, June 10. He was 83.

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Farm phenology reflects biotiming
  •   Jun. 13, 2019

Phenology, the study of the timing of biological events in plants and animals in relation to change in season and climate, is a familiar concept for most farmers.

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Jill Karofsky’s bid for Supreme Court backed by rape victim she charged with lying
  •   Jun. 12, 2019

Supreme Court candidate Jill Karofsky says the biggest mistake of her 27-career judicial career was bringing an obstruction charge against Patty Murphy.

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What was missing at Trees this year?
  •   Jun. 11, 2019

WNA president Paul Seeling shares his thoughts on the annual Trees Retreat in Eagle River, Wisconsin, and what was missing from this year’s event.

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Wisconsin Watch unveils new look, branding
  •   Jun. 11, 2019

As it enters its second decade of investigative journalism, Wisconsin Watch has unveiled a new logo and refreshed, more cohesive branding.

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Sentinel Publications owners buy Minnesota newspaper group
  •   Jun. 11, 2019

Gene and Carter Johnson, owners of the Sentinel Publications newspaper group in Wisconsin, have purchased a group of northern Minnesota publications from Franklin Newspapers.

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Sales is about people, not products
  •   Jun. 10, 2019

Sales is not about what you have, but instead, listening to the customers and selling them what they want. Strange concept, but it worked for me.

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Assessing Gov. Evers’ marijuana proposals and their impacts
  •   Jun. 10, 2019

Although lawmakers removed Gov. Evers’ proposals from the state budget, the debate over the state’s marijuana laws remains relevant and timely.

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SNPA, Inland Press Association approve plan to consolidate
  •   Jun. 7, 2019

Directors of the Southern Newspaper Publishers Association (SNPA) and the Inland Press Association on Wednesday unanimously approved a plan to consolidate the two associations, effective October 1.

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