WNA seeking 2019 Newspaper Hall of Fame nominations
Julia Hunter • Jun. 13, 2019
The Wisconsin Newspaper Association is accepting nominations for induction into the Wisconsin Newspaper Hall of Fame through Sunday, Aug. 18.
Former Journal Sentinel, Kenosha News reporter John McEvoy dies at 83
Jordan Schelling • 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.
Farm phenology reflects biotiming
Chris Hardie • 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.
Jill Karofsky’s bid for Supreme Court backed by rape victim she charged with lying
WisPolitics.com • 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.
What was missing at Trees this year?
Paul J. Seeling • 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.
Wisconsin Watch unveils new look, branding
Jordan Schelling • Jun. 11, 2019
As it enters its second decade of investigative journalism, Wisconsin Watch has unveiled a new logo and refreshed, more cohesive branding.
Gene and Carter Johnson, owners of the Sentinel Publications newspaper group in Wisconsin, have purchased a group of northern Minnesota publications from Franklin Newspapers.
Sales is about people, not products
Peter Kwong • 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.
Although lawmakers removed Gov. Evers’ proposals from the state budget, the debate over the state’s marijuana laws remains relevant and timely.
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.