Home » Northeast Wisconsin

Northeast Wisconsin

Render

Involta to expand services in Green Bay Area

By Press Times staff NORTHEASTERN WISCONSIN — Iowa IT service management company, Involta, recently announced the acquisition of a 24.5-acre site, including an existing data center, at W6149 Old Highway Road in the village of Harrison. Through this acquisition, Involta will implement a “multi-phased approach to ultimately extend the current data center footprint to an …

Involta to expand services in Green Bay Area Read More »

A Native person speaking at a podium

Bill to allow Tribal regalia at state school graduations

By Press Times staff NORTHEAST WISCONSIN – A bill in the state legislature — Assembly Bill No. 210 — would allow Indigenous students to wear Tribal regalia — defined in the bill as “a Tribe’s traditional dress or recognized objects of religious or cultural significance, including tribal symbols, beads and feathers” — during their graduation …

Bill to allow Tribal regalia at state school graduations Read More »

Two people on stage

Additional funding for NEW initiative supports local journalism

By Mickey Schommer Contributing Writer GREEN BAY – Microsoft, in collaboration with the Greater Green Bay Community Foundation and the Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region, have committed another $135,000 to invest in the Northeast Wisconsin (NEW) News Lab journalism initiative, focused on serving the region with information about their communities free of cost …

Additional funding for NEW initiative supports local journalism Read More »

book cover

Book Review: Secret Wisconsin: A Guide to the Weird, Wonderful, and Obscure

By Tom Manus and Kristi Flick Manus By Kris Leonhardt Editor-in-chief For an avid reader, history enthusiast and traveler, Secret Wisconsin: A Guide to the Weird, Wonderful, and Obscure is an eye-opening read on some of Wisconsin’s mystiques. Husband and wife authors, Tom Manus and Kristi Flick Manus, are freelance travel writers for print and …

Book Review: Secret Wisconsin: A Guide to the Weird, Wonderful, and Obscure Read More »

Guild members with a canoe

Artistry in wood

NEW Woodworkers Guild celebrates 40th annual show By Janelle Fisher City Pages Editor For the past four decades, the Northeastern Wisconsin Woodworkers Guild has built up a community of local woodworkers, offering education, fellowship, resources and a love of the craft. Now with more than 100 members, woodworkers find their way to the Guild in …

Artistry in wood Read More »

During the program, Mason Sabota gained hands-on work experience as an integrated member of various departments and confirmed his love of food service. After graduating from Project SEARCH, he was hired in dining services at ThedaCare. Submitted photo

Elevating people by eliminating barriers

For the Press Times NORTHEAST WISCONSIN – Goodwill North Central Wisconsin (Goodwill NCW) lit up Lambeau Field on Oct. 3, with during their inaugural gala event. Community leaders from across the region were invited to hear the inspiration stories of those whose lives are being transformed throughout northcentral Wisconsin through Goodwill NCW’s mission of “Elevating …

Elevating people by eliminating barriers Read More »

Gene Haas Foundation helps address local academic needs in manufacturing

By Kris Leonhardt/Shane Fitzsimmons Press Times/Star-News staff GREEN BAY – To address the need for workforce in the area’s manufacturing industry, the Gene Haas Foundation has infused $500,000, assisting Northeast Wisconsin Technical College (NWTC) in growing talent in northeast Wisconsin. “This partnership with Gene Haas Foundation will provide financial support for our students and resources …

Gene Haas Foundation helps address local academic needs in manufacturing Read More »

Stock photo

Local coalition uses education as ‘first step’ in housing crisis

By Melanie Rossi Contributing Writer NORTHEAST WISCONSIN – A coalition formed from business organizations in northeast Wisconsin, Housing NOW aims to work towards addressing the area’s housing shortage through their public education campaign, “Say Yes to Housing!” Spearheaded by the Realtors Association of Northeast Wisconsin (RANW), the coalition “consists of major business organizations in the …

Local coalition uses education as ‘first step’ in housing crisis Read More »

School

Oneida Bicentennial: Bound by culture

By Kris Leonhardt Editor-in-chief Continued from last week “The majority of the tribes came with us to Wisconsin,” said former general manager/strategist, Bill Gollnick. “Our chiefs represented them in our negotiations with the Menominee and Ho-Chunk and represented us in issues between our people and the officials of Green Bay and Fort Howard. They also …

Oneida Bicentennial: Bound by culture Read More »

Scroll to Top