Dear Editor: Dave Zweifel's column, "A tale of two eras of Wisconsin government," reminded me of Democratic Sen. Gaylord Nelson and Republican…
The club, founded by legendary State Journal sports columnist Roundy Coughlin, has raised money for children in need through the Empty Stocking Club for decades.
As tributes poured in last week on the death of Nathaniel Reed, champion of 1973's Endangered Species Act working in a Republican administration, his legacy was under attack both nationally and in Wisconsin.
There will be a remembrance of Bronson La Follette Saturday, April 7, from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Madison Elks Lodge.
Former Wisconsin Attorney General Bronson La Follette, grandson of "Fighting Bob" La Follette, was known for his work on consumer protections.
With the Milwaukee Bucks set to face the Boston Celtics in the "Return to the MECCA" on Oct. 26 at the UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena, formerly kn…
Cheney cut his political teeth working as an intern for Gov. Warren Knowles in the late 1960s. He spent six months in the Wisconsin Capitol be…
This State Journal editorial ran on May 4, 1966:
This State Journal editorial ran on March 10, 1967:
Conservation would be more costly and less effective, they said.
This State Journal editorial ran on Oct. 18, 1966:
Sen. Ron Johnson wants the votes of both Donald Trump backers and the GOP's anti-Trump contingent. He should look to the example of Warren Knowles, a Republican who won in Wisconsin when Barry Goldwater was trounced.
The GOP's cabal isn't interested in a blue-ribbon analysis to help chart UW's future. They're all about holding all the power themselves.
This is an especially ambitious group that couldn’t wait to start the torment. Two weeks before their inauguration, we learned Rep. Adam Jarchow, R-Balsam Lake, was planning to feed the Department of Natural Resources into his Veg-O-Matic and package its remains into five separate agencies.
Protecting Wisconsin's wonder land and waters used to be a bipartisan endeavor. No more.
Outdoor recreation is a major driver of our state economy and the recreational opportunities provided by Stewardship are a major factor in that.
Stewardship funds support the tourism industry and preserve working forests. Scott Walker's plan to freeze that funding is a bad idea.
It's been almost 50 years since Lake Redstone in northwest Sauk County was filled and now an effort is underway to write its history.
We disagreed with previous Republican governors, but we knew they had Wisconsin's best interests at heart. That's not true under Scott Walker.
Paul Ryan can't come to terms with the fact that Americans don't want to cut Social Security and Medicare.