Gazette Sports Editor Eric Schmoldt and writer John Barry tackle the replacement of Tom Klawitter, the red-hot Brewers and local baseball and golf tournaments in the latest edition of Xtra Points.
Sometimes, fish just aren't biting. “That's why they call it fishing, not catching,” the old saying goes. It's during these times that guides are thankful for the lowly sheepshead, Outdoors columnist Ted Peck writes.
Dave and his dad hit the Milwaukee Mile last Sunday to check out the Verizon IndyCar Series race.
The Janesville School District announced Friday that Jennah (Burkholder) Hartwig had been hired to replace Tom Klawitter as the Parker High girls basketball coach. But trying to get more of this story was difficult, Sports columnist Tom Miller writes.
A couple of weeks ago I paid $4.28 for a dozen nightcrawlers at a Kwik Trip store.
This is an outrageous price for bait that can be picked up in 10 minutes on an average lawn with a...
After a couple weeks off, Sports reporter John Barry and Editor Eric Schmoldt return to catch up on the Brewers' latest winning streak, the Bucks' offseason moves and Bo Ryan's big Badgers announcement.
With another race car hitting a catch fence and injuring spectators recently, is there anything that can be done to keep these cars on the ground? Dave doesn't think so.
Most channel catfish are done spawning in the Rock, Sugar and lower Wisconsin rivers, anxious to tussle with those who know where to look for them and what bait to use.
If you're looking for some excitement next Sunday, July 12, Dave advises you to head to West Allis and check out Milwaukee IndyFest at the Milwaukee Mile race track.
Serious summer has arrived with warming water temperatures finally stirring the cold-blooded creatures of Wisconsin's deepest inland lake from a finny fugue state into a feeding frenzy.