Despite a record-setting year for Wisconsin tourism in 2019, the industry is now scrambling to adjust to the shock of coronavirus while hoping the Memorial Day weekend can start a comeback to mitigate millions of dollars in losses.
Travel has the power to heal and refresh, to reset and rebuild. Each of us likely has a short list of the places we long to visit, as soon and we are able. We hold clear memories of the moments we’ve shared with our favorite people, and the gorgeous scenery that make our most treasured spots…
Candidates seeking to get their name on the fall ballot have gotten creative as they try to collect signatures on nomination papers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Gov. Tony Evers’ declaration of a public health emergency and subsequent stay-at-home order in response to the COVID-19 pandemic set off an unprecedented flurry of lobbying, according to a WisPolitics.com review of records submitted to the state Ethics Commission.
Manufacturers in Wisconsin are ramping up their efforts to supply personal protective equipment such as face shields, as well as crucial parts for medical devices used in the pandemic response.
Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. chief Missy Hughes says agency staff are “working through the process” of determining which businesses are essential after a spike in related web traffic contributed to the agency’s site crashing.
An unusual “reverse-coattail effect” could play out in Wisconsin’s April 7 elections, with hotly contested down-ballot races drawing voters to an increasingly uninteresting Democratic presidential primary, instead of the other way around, observers say.
I was very young when I first exhibited at the Lodi Agricultural Fair. I don’t remember everything from those first few years of showing sheep in the grass show ring behind the old swine barn.
This year’s theme for National Newspaper Week, observed next week Oct. 7-13, is “Journalism Matters.” Look no further than the comments of Bruce Brown, executive director of the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press, about why press freedom and journalism matters to all.
Have you driven by any of the schools in our community, or the athletic fields in Lodi, early in the morning, late at night or on the weekends? Have you ever wondered how so many community members share all of our facilities? Over the years, I have wondered that even though I’m on the Lodi B…
The city of Lodi pushed through an ordinance change that means alders no longer represent certain wards. Poynette continues discussions of whether to allow camping in Jamieson Park.
There is a great deal of information in the news these days about school safety. We frequently come across articles about how to survive the unthinkable, but we need to remember that school safety is not solely about being prepared to respond to uncommon events.