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The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is a daily newspaper published by Journal Communications, Inc., with editorial headquarters in Milwaukee, Wis. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is the result of a merger in 1995 between the Milwaukee Sentinel (founded in 1837) and the Milwaukee Journal (founded in 1882). Journal Communications, a media conglomerate traded on the New York Stock Exchange, owns this newspaper.The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is Wisconsin's largest selling newspaper, read by a diverse audience throughout the state. It covers local, state, national and world news. It has a bureau in Washington, D.C., as well as Waukesha and Ozaukee counties, the State Capitol in Wisconsin and in Milwaukee, where it has its metro desk.The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is one of the largest newspapers in the United States and the largest in Wisconsin. One of the most important stories covered by earlier incarnations of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel was that of Wisconsin Sen. Joseph McCarthy. Its coverage was highly critical of him from the start. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has been the recipient of the Pulitzer Prize seven times, most recently in 2010 for its investigative reports of abuse in Wisconsin's state-run childcare system. Martin Kaiser is the Senior Vice President and Editor and Elizabeth Brenner is the President and Publisher of the paper. George Stanley is Vice President and Managing Editor, O. Ricardo Pimentel is Vice President/Editorial Page and Marilyn Krause is Assistant Managing Editor/Administration.Set up an RSS feed
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Steve Stricker's in ship-shape at Deutsche Bank.
September 8, 2009... Byline: Gary D'Amato For Steve Stricker, it's not about the money. Even before he emerged from a long slump in 2006 he had earned enough that he and his children and his children's children were going to be financially secure. It's not even about the victories, though they are wonderful...
Less snowy start to 2010 seems likely: Switch from La Ni?a to El Ni?o could bring colder December, too, if past trends in Wisconsin hold.
July 11, 2009... Byline: Meg Jones and Tom Held Jul. 11--If this summer ends up being dry, December is colder than normal and there's less snow in January and February, blame the weather phenomena of La Nina followed by El Nino. Not that past performance is a guide -- just ask stockbrokers -- but the...
Sabbatini and Marino lead BMW Championship.
September 11, 2009... Byline: Gary D'Amato LEMONT, Ill. _ Steve Stricker felt a little like the starting pitcher who throws a no-hitter and then goes back out to the mound on three days' rest. He barely had enough time to come down from the clouds. "It was a quick turnaround," said Stricker, who won the...
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Gary D'Amato column: Kelly saved his very best for very last.
September 16, 2009... Byline: Gary D'Amato Sep. 16--While Tiger Woods was strolling to an eight-shot victory at Cog Hill, Jerry Kelly of Madison was fighting a solitary, desperate battle on the other side of the golf course Sunday. Kelly went into the BMW Championship in 24th place in the FedEx Cup point...
September 9, 2009... Byline: Gary D'Amato Sep. 9--WHO'S HOT Steve Stricker: His victory in the Deutsche Bank Championship was the seventh of his career but his first with Tiger Woods in the field. Stricker moved ahead of Woods in the FedEx Cup playoff standings and moved up to a career-best No. 2 in the world...