Stories tagged: "people"


Billionaire Feature Faces
Wisconsin’s Wealthiest: These Are the Top Five Billionaires—and the Siblings Who Share the No. 6 Spot

They are founders and heirs of companies that range from legacy products to new technologies.

Liam and Diego
After Three Battles with Cancer— 7-Year-Old Survivor Celebrates by ‘Working’ at the Coffee Shop That Raised Money for Him

GRACE Coffee Co. collected more than $10,000 to help families of kids like Liam Sanborn, who have to fight for their lives at a young age.

Billionaire Feature Faces
Wisconsin’s Wealthiest: These Are the Top Five Billionaires—and the Siblings Who Share the No. 6 Spot

They are founders and heirs of companies that range from legacy products to new technologies.

The 114-year-old barn at Ela Orchard was a familiar sight every autumn for apple lovers across southeast Wisconisn.
Historic Barn Lost to Fire at a Landmark Racine Co. Orchard

Novelist Jane Hamilton and husband Bob Willard are weighing rebuilding options for Ela Orchard.

This 7-year-old's Virtual Lemonade Stand Raised Enough Money to Feed 600 Families for a Week
WI Girl’s Virtual Lemonade Stand Will Be Highlighted in Inauguration Special About Giving

Her goal was $90, but donors and a non-profit restaurant have helped her raise $53,000.

Melvette Scott, of West Milwaukee, hands out bandanas Tuesday at Marshall High School in Milwaukee. (Photo by Jonathon Sadowski)
Why I Handed Out Bandanas to Unprotected Voters

West Milwaukee resident Melvette Scott tells UpNorthNews why she spent Tuesday helping Milwaukee’s black community

Wisconsin nurse Elizabeth “Buffy” Riley, center, sits with fellow nurses Dee Wells, left, and Benita Conleh, right, in New York in early April. Riley, who lives in Hayward and works in Cumberland, is spending three weeks in New York treating people hospitalized with COVID-19. (Contributed photo)
‘How Are We Going to Keep Them Alive?’

Wisconsin nurse describes first day treating COVID-19 patients in New York