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Interesting features:

  • For an amazing collection of multimedia reporting, check out The Post-Crescent’s report, Dairyland Redefined, a rich report on the state’s signature industry. It debuted on the Web and in print in August 2006.
  • The P-C’s August 2005 special report on the Wisconsin Oneida Indian nation (located in the same counties as Appleton and Green Bay) can be found by clicking here.
  • The Post-Crescent, on behalf of Gannett Wisconsin Newspapers, produced in August 2004 a 16-page special report on the Hmong migration from Thailand to Wisconsin. Click here to see a Web site devoted to the effort.
  • Elise retired as the restaurant critic of the Montgomery (Ala.) Advertiser in March 2001, shortly before her move to Wisconsin. You can click here to read her farewell column.
  • The Kentucky Enquirer’s 1997 special section on 20th anniversary of the tragic Beverly Hills Supper Club fire can be found by clicking on this link.
  • The Kentucky Enquirer took the lead in the coverage of the Ohio River flood of 1997, which struck hardest in the Pendleton County, Ky., community of Falmouth. The special section can be found by clicking on this link.


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