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When going to a new destination, many of us stick to the beaten path; we'll go where the other tourists are going for the first time around.
Dallas Seavey won his second Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race early Tuesday, taking the lead just hours before his finish.
With 'The Lego Movie' heading for a box office haul, there are new video games and toys to extend the brick experience.
I don't often use this space on the day's biggest news story, yet some happenings demand deeper analysis.
Last summer, a strong storm swept through the Fox Valley, creating havoc throughout Outagamie County.
The Russian incursion into the Crimea has many Republican politicians and right-wing pundits screaming at President Barack Obama for being weak and indecisive.
Thomas Lager's letter to the editor asks Sen. Michael Ellis to vote against Senate Bill 302. Mr. Lager is right on.
I would like to endorse Jim Duncan for county supervisor. After working with Jim for several years, I found him to be a man of honor and principles and totally apolitical, something that's becoming difficult to find in Outagamie politicians.
When you walk into a restaurant that has the word 'pancake' in its name, you probably expect the pancakes to be excellent and by extension that the entire breakfast menu to be stuffed with must-try items.
Readers don't just send me questions about businesses. Sometimes they ask about government regulations, civic issues or even food.
Genia Lovett, president and publisher of Post-Crescent Media and regional president for Gannett Wisconsin Media, will retire June 18.
The St. Francis Xavier Catholic School System announced several changes to its administration Monday, including the retirement of Xavier High School principal Matt Reynebeau and superintendent Tony Abts move to Green Bay to serve as diaconate director.
In an effort to save money for cash-strapped Wisconsin districts, state lawmakers are considering ending a requirement that schools teach for 180 days a year or lose state funding.
You have to wonder how much winning matters.
Expect a charged-up crowd to lobby against new bike lanes on Fremont Street as the plan gets its first committee vote Tuesday night at City Hall.
The Little Chute Area School District has filed a civil lawsuit in Outagamie County to determine whether it's obligated to provide a long-term care benefit to former employees.
Yard MD Rob Zimmer takes you through Riverside Florist & Greenhouses as they get ready for a busy spring planting season by growing begonias and geraniums as well as some new plants for your garden in this week's Tip of the Week.
Gleaming in the winter sun, a towering monument of glistening ice drapes from the edge of the colorful limestone bluff rising more than three stories tall.
For many of us, even bathing suit shopping is preferable to trying on jeans. At least your choices are limited: one piece or two, tankini or bikini, padded or ruched top. And when was the last time you couldn't pull a swimsuit up past your thighs?
One lucky Wisconsin student stands to receive more than $10,000 to attend college and also the chance to announce the Green Bay Packers fourth-round draft pick in New York.
In January 2013, New Holstein firefighter Bill Bierne entered a burning building on Railroad Street as smoke poured from the structure to save the lives of people trapped on the second floor.
A couple who spanked their young children with wooden dowels in line with their church teachings has been convicted of child abuse.
University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh officials have put a moratorium on late-night events on campus after a man fired a gun late Saturday evening at Reeve Memorial Union.
About 7,200 We Energies customers including Lawrence University lost power around 2:30 p.m. Monday.
Parenting is a life-changing, meaning-infusing, deeply profound experience. It is also, day by day, a huge drag.
Wisconsinites who have state health insurance can sign up for President Barack Obama's health care law through the end of March.
For 30 years, Harbor House Domestic Abuse Programs and Christine Ann Domestic Abuse Services have protected women and families who have been victimized by violence.
A mother has been arrested in the death of her 14-month-old son in Milwaukee.
Green Bay has Curly Lambeau and Vince Lombardi. Madison has speedskater Eric Heiden.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court recently ruled that the owner of the Taco Bell in Oshkosh properly appealed $38,000 in assessments levied by the city for a roundabout constructed at the intersection.
University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh officials are reviewing their procedures for alerting students to campus safety issues after it took a couple of hours to notify students that a man had fired a gun late Saturday evening at Reeve Memorial Union.
Right here in Northeastern Wisconsin, spectacular ice caves await, just as amazing as those along the Apostle Islands. Yard MD Rob Zimmer takes you on a tour. March 9, 2014
True, effective advocacy is a daily activity.
No matter how long you've been familiar with Cory Chisel whether just since his last stop in Appleton or dating back to the earliest days of Breathing Machine you've never heard his music sound the way it will next weekend.
Some of the best senior wrestlers from the Fox Valley area will put their talents on display one final time this season in the Gene Gehl Classic all-star event tonight at Kimberly High School.
State brewers are behind legislation that would create a Wisconsin Beer Commission to market and promote their product.
Time is a flat circle.
Jasmine Penny made 10 of 11 shots and finished with 26 points as No. 23 DePaul beat fifth-seeded Marquette 100-90 on Monday to advance to the title game of the Big East Conference tournament.
Harkless 5-10 1-1 14, O'Quinn 5-8 0-0 10, Vucevic 6-13 0-0 12, Nelson 5-9 0-0 13, Afflalo 4-14 3-6 12, Harris 5-10 1-1 11, Oladipo 5-6 0-0 12, Moore 4-7 0-0 8, Nicholson 3-9 0-0 6, Lamb 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 42-88 5-8 98.
6 p.m. (ESPN) Horizon League championship, UW-Milwaukee vs. Wright State
7 p.m. (WNFL-AM 1440, WSCO-AM 95.3) Milwaukee at Minnesota
FAIRNESS: Let's begin with fairness. Is it fair for the tribes or nations to spear fish? Wisconsin's non-Indian fishermen thought not. Many treaties have been broken in the past or have been ignored.
The City of Appleton is continuing to move forward with implementing its bike-lane plan and there still seems to be some reservation on what good bicycle and pedestrian facilities can do for a community.
It's fair to be concerned for all the work teachers have put into Common Core and over the proper mechanism for controlling a state's education standards, but I think your recent editorial missed two very important things.
David Hovde's recent commentary concerning the so-called Republican war on women was much more of an emotional tirade than it was a logical argument.
BARRIBEAU, Fred K.; 96, Kaukauna
The Meyer Theatre's Near Water Concert Series has two new offerings for the months ahead.