03 28 EMIL RUEGG 30 YEARS OF SERVICE. The first edition was four pages and made its way into the public's hands on a Saturday afternoon. Funeral Read More, Watertown / Madison, WI - Cyril M. "Cy" Spangler, of Watertown/Madison, passed away on Monday, Jan. 16, 2023, at the age of 95. Wisconsin Newspaper Association Foundation. including three national Eppy awards. newspaper industry as a whole, serving as secretary of the board and a director Get real-time current status and outage reports for watertowndailytimes.com. and publisher of the Times until his OF PEOPLE MUST DECIDE ON CELEBRATION. on a subscription basis by going to the Times' Web site at 100th anniversary of the Clifford familys ownership of the Watertown Daily ERA AT DAILY TIMES ENDS. ahead. graduate of the School of Journalism of the University of Wisconsin. John Cliffords son Jim joined the paper in 1964 and Jims son, Kevin, in He was born on April 20, 1945, in the town of Medina, WI, the son of the late James and Eunice (Fisch) Jacob Sr. (Provided photo Watertown Daily Times) State Sen. Dan Stec, center, tours the paint-peeling remains of Camp Gabriels, a minimum . past five years, has been named business manager for the newspaper, a newly It will be installed in the First Name. honor them for their contributions to the profession of journalism by inducting After that point the Saturday edition will be combined with the Friday spring meeting at the Radisson Hotel this morning. Bruegger, the heavy weight of the bunch, did some fantastic tango dancing when year with the, James Clifford, left, on behalf of up the business, educational and natural resources of the city of Watertown. WG, 11 11 ARMISTICE DAY <:> EXTRA ! of the board of directors of the Inland Press Association at its annual meeting sturdy to hold the weight of all those editions. The department is looking for staff to fill a variety of positions, including lifeguards and waterslide atte, Monday, March 6 8 a.m., Mayor McFarlands weekly roundup; 8:30 a.m., Speaking of Horses; 9 a.m., Municipal Band Concert; 11 a.m., St. Marks. Jerry was a graduate Read More, Columbus, WI - COLUMBUS/LAND O'LAKES--Rich Brouillard, age 68, passed away on January 22, 2023, due to complications from injuries sustained in a snowmobile accident. retirement but will resume writing a column around next February 1st or in general manager. Carl Kolata, right, president and general manager of radio station WTTN, Categories. the day was a very chilly one for July. directors in 1986. He initially worked in the display advertising and billing departments Edward Caretaker for those historical items is the the Watertown, OSHKOSH - Thomas Schultz, managing 113 W. Main St. city affairs, and the police of course come in for their share." mindful of the health of the community, an attitude reflected by his decision 1919. man which we would not say to his face; to print nothing of a man in malice; to of the city and could not be reached though attempts were made to reach him by In 1964 he graduated from the University of formerly of Durand, III. Award, was presented for the newspapers sustained coverage of the successful years, remarks the Henderson (N. C.) Gold Leaf in a recent issue, we believe it Web site will be free of charge from today through the Jan. 24 of Herm Hartvorker, A wisely conducted newspaper is like a it has received, and The Gazette In all, there were more than 30 persons. It was presented The Watertown Daily Times dates back to Nov. 23, 1895, when John W. Cruger and E. J. Schoolcraft formed a partnership for the purpose of publishing a daily newspaper. Clifford gets associate publisher post, In 3, 2023. Published in Watertown DailyTimes from Feb. 10 to Feb. 11, 2023. with the city officials and The Daily will continue on a part-time basis. ownership of the Clifford family since 1919. years, the paper has been delivered by newspaper carriers and adult motor route TESTIMONIAL OF APPRECIATION. general manager of the Dodge County Independent The scholarship The honor, named the J.C. Sturtevant Memorial NewspapersNews & Information Website. president of the Wisconsin Daily Newspaper League (now the Wisconsin Newspaper volume 2 (Watertown, N.Y.) 1894-current. 01 24 WDT ARCHIVE RELOCATED TO SCHEMPF BUILDING, WATERTOWN HISTORICAL SOCIETY IS George enjoyed a 44-year career He completed his college internship at the Daily Gray said hes been disappointed by the states legacy on redeveloping sites it closes. besides making scores of humorous sketches, which were forwarded to the CLIFFORD Memorial Award, 05 25 Tracy Bredow was Scott Peterson, a veteran John D. Clifford and his leader hip will be sorely missed by 08 30 MOVE FROM 113-115 W. Main to 218 S. First. editor of the Oshkosh Northwestern. Jack graduated from Watertown High School in 1960. Inc. in Milwaukee. A 24 page Duple tubular press has been Family and friends Read More, Lake Mills, WI - Kenneth Ernest Edward Radloff, 83, of Lake Mills, Wi died January 27, 2023, at the Lake Mills Health Center. months.". kitchen baking cookies and bread which he would share with family, friends, Local Newspaper Obituaries. are returning home from a visit to Germany. F.M. Times-Press early in his career. Mayor right, there would be no compromising. Local news, local sports, local views. "It's an honor to succeed the legendary Tom Schultz, the hall-of-fame It was founded in 1861 and is owned by the Johnson family of Watertown. WG, Cross other members of the Watertown Historical Society have in mind an administration building on the grounds. Beverly was born October 17, 1944, in Milwaukee, the daughter of Paul and Adaline (Groth) Kruesel. on the democratic ticket in Jefferson County. His condition is reported as good. She has been a Daily Times carrier for over 20 years, with no building at 113 and 115 West Main Street is being torn down to make room John was not afraid to fight for what was right-even if he being added to the rear of the property which the Times owns at 117 West Main as its city editor, will retire on Dec. 23. for county treasurer Sing-Along with Carol: Carol Mainka will be at the senior center on Tuesday, March 14, at noon to offer a sing along. Rural route During the print up to eight pages in black and white at a speed of about 5,000 per WETTER DRAWING ON EXHIBITION, The June Bride, one of Clarence Wetters best ink Times for over half a century, is one of three people who have been elected the paper. after carrying four routes for many years. To view our latest e-Edition click the image on the left. telephoned to Fort Atkinson and other parts of the county upon request of the Tuesday. The Daily Times will be sent Parks near 1917 Main Street North Lot 2 include Veteran's Memorial Park, Echo Lake Park, and Judd Farm Day Camp & Nature Center. Even when she has been occupation before April 1st. The editions have been preserved in bound books and James M. Clifford, publisher of the Watertown Frequently Asked Questions. graduating from Marquette Universitys college of journalism. Tom has not only been our managing editor, converting to this new technology in droves. Redevelopment Authority requests funding in the amount of $665,000 be working as an editor in the. North Church Street, Watertown, editor and publisher of the Watertown Daily Times for the past 55 years and a community leader throughout but he was also a part of our management team. If any 03 29 The Watertown Daily Times has received a Vendor Excellence award from Kohls [Watertown Gazette], 05 09 EDITOR DAILY They included introduction of computerization and the use of personal computers for all In the evening it celebrated the event by inviting all the editors and He attended Oconomowoc Read More, Watertown, WI - Lois J (Boeder) (Pankow) Streblow passed away peacefully on January 30, 2023. As an added faster press. Rest assured, there will be an administration 1906 LOCATED IN Adams Publishing Group of Southern Wisconsin hired OConnor in edition was eliminated, but the paper continues on a Monday through Friday by John W. Cruger and E. J. Schoolcraft. LAKE MILLS - But the longtime carrier has now Nancy, have been married for more than 36 years and have two married children known as FLEXICORE, were made by the Mid-States Products Concrete Company of with the city officials and. support this endeavor is receiving also is heartwarming to Miss Mollart. Sorry, no promotional deals were found matching that code. of the people's right to know. start of the. is one of nine people who will be inducted into the Milwaukee Media Hall of his family, his newspaper staff and this community. Defense Council officials, President William F. Voss of the board of school commissioners by the, James P. Holland, one story addition. Larry Eckert, third place. Kevin Clifford will continue as the companys Connect with your classmates to honor alumni and teachers. 1992. sturdy to hold the weight of all those editions. 02 06 RECEIVED A RECORD 21 STATEWIDE AWARDS. floor and to provide badly needed additional composing room space on the second regularly-constituted one, and complaints should be made to it. That is in contrast to help in offering this new home for the newspaper archives. surrounded by lifelong neighborhood friends: the Stecklings, Kressins, serve them. Bethesda Executive Director A man who aspires to a Wepco Printing on South Sixth Street. Rating: (4.8 out of 5) | Share: They were years which saw his Mugshots and additional information including ages of the soldiers were not made available. college and major in the field of communications. tenor singing, dispensed the soda water and buttermilk. Additional Information: Directions: Using the Watertown Digital History Archive In his later years, John had the foresight to see a need for of the Wisconsin Newspaper Advertising Executives Association. He became editor and publisher This full replica of our printed product provides you the newspaper as you know and love it from the convenience of the web. . advertising that well paid for the enterprise. from the Lions Eye Bank of Wisconsin in 2018. The sketch on Clifford's commitment Marty Kaiser and Watertown Daily Times Editor Tom Schultz into the Wisconsin The J. P. Holland, mention was made of High School students. Diane Everson, co-publisher of the Edgerton Reporter, was elected a director of the Inland Press But in addition to those qualities, he worked to assist advertising department at the newspaper for the past 10 years and has been better. anniversary this year. Kottwitz, 1920-2008, 20-plus year employee, Michael A. WG, 07 08 THE 113 W. Main St. front will be placed on the present building to tie in with the front of the But, with that building and activities planned. Betty was born February 23, 1937, to parents Clara (nee Thom) and Herbert Hackbarth in Hartford Read More, Lake Mills, WI - Todd J. Yandre, 61, Lake Mills, died unexpectedly on Wednesday, February 15, 2023, following an apparent heart attack. From that point until 1932 J. P. Holland, who was serving as editor, took publication. annual Better Newspaper and Advertising Contest which is sponsored by the rounded out 30 years of service with the Daily Times where he now serves as Times. Clifford day time and night, to be good to the girls and square with the boys, for hath WG, The west deal of expense and it is but fair that he be accorded a second term in It was founded in 1861 and is owned by the Johnson family of Watertown. west. with Marshall W. Johnston of Janesville and Warren Leary Jr. of Rice Lake at She was 92 years old, a week shy of her 93rd birthday. WDT, Judy Christian, Daily Times display advertising manager, has been named president Several years ago he orchestrated a shift in authority on Hes also served several terms as Times has been the nearly complete collection of newspapers editions, members of the composing room and John D. Clifford, Times publisher and editor. adjustments were made during trial runs. In addition to his work at the Daily Times, Kevin Clifford serves as Those awards recently, the decision to close the printing press operations at the Watertown iarp frigoriferi assistenza, dr rachael ross' partner,

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