Matt Piper, SheboyganPress Media

Matt Piper

SheboyganPress Media

Sheboygan, WI, United States

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Recent:
  • SheboyganPress Media
Past:
  • Marshfield News
  • Post-Crescent Media
  • HTR
  • Daily Herald Media
  • StevensPoint Journal
  • Daily Tribune Media
  • Oshkosh Northwestern
  • Green Bay Press-Gaz.
  • Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
  • Fond du Lac Reporter
  • and more…

Recent articles by Matt:

Sheboygan police say spree carjackers shot at driver's vehicle before fleeing to I-43; one still at large

After trying to steal a vehicle in Sheboygan, carjackers fled in other stolen cars. Two were later arrested, but a stolen red Ford Edge was not found. → Read More

October was Wisconsin's worst month for COVID-19 yet — and its surge is one of the biggest ever in the U.S.

There were more cases confirmed in the past seven days than in any single month in the first six months of the pandemic → Read More

After Friday, Wisconsin may not report new COVID-19 cases again until Tuesday because of system updates

The state's internal reporting system will be down this weekend for scheduled upgrades, meaning residents will temporarily be in the dark at a time when both new cases and deaths are coming faster than they have since the pandemic began. → Read More

Lakeland University hires first woman president in its 158-year history

Borgen, currently the school's executive vice president, was chosen by the Board of Trustees to replace David Black in spring. Black is retiring. → Read More

Facing a shortage of subs, Sheboygan Area School District bumps pay to $200 per day

The district increased its daily rate for substitute teachers to $200, up from $120 for daily subs, $125 for retirees and $175 for long-term subs. → Read More

Sheboygan County sees record 295 active cases of COVID-19, not counting prison outbreak

The county reported Monday that 295 non-inmate residents were ill and required medical care or were in isolation. Of those, 11 were hospitalized. → Read More

Wisconsin sees 567 more COVID-19 cases confirmed as new cases, test positivity continue climb

There were 567 positives in 5,466 new test results confirmed by the Department of Health Services on Monday. The percent of new tests that were positive, 10.4%, hit double figures for the fourth consecutive day — the first time that's happened since May 3. → Read More

Wisconsin sees 567 more COVID-19 cases confirmed as new cases, test positivity continue climb

There were 567 positives in 5,466 new test results confirmed by the Department of Health Services on Monday. The percent of new tests that were positive, 10.4%, hit double figures for the fourth consecutive day — the first time that's happened since May 3. → Read More

Wisconsin sees 567 more COVID-19 cases confirmed as new cases, test positivity continue climb

There were 567 positives in 5,466 new test results confirmed by the Department of Health Services on Monday. The percent of new tests that were positive, 10.4%, hit double figures for the fourth consecutive day — the first time that's happened since May 3. → Read More

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Wisconsin sees 567 more COVID-19 cases confirmed as new cases, test positivity continue climb

There were 567 positives in 5,466 new test results confirmed by the Department of Health Services on Monday. The percent of new tests that were positive, 10.4%, hit double figures for the fourth consecutive day — the first time that's happened since May 3. → Read More

Wisconsin sees 567 more COVID-19 cases confirmed as new cases, test positivity continue climb

There were 567 positives in 5,466 new test results confirmed by the Department of Health Services on Monday. The percent of new tests that were positive, 10.4%, hit double figures for the fourth consecutive day — the first time that's happened since May 3. → Read More

Wisconsin sees 567 more COVID-19 cases confirmed as new cases, test positivity continue climb

There were 567 positives in 5,466 new test results confirmed by the Department of Health Services on Monday. The percent of new tests that were positive, 10.4%, hit double figures for the fourth consecutive day — the first time that's happened since May 3. → Read More

Wisconsin sees 567 more COVID-19 cases confirmed as new cases, test positivity continue climb

There were 567 positives in 5,466 new test results confirmed by the Department of Health Services on Monday. The percent of new tests that were positive, 10.4%, hit double figures for the fourth consecutive day — the first time that's happened since May 3. → Read More

Wisconsin sees 567 more COVID-19 cases confirmed as new cases, test positivity continue climb

There were 567 positives in 5,466 new test results confirmed by the Department of Health Services on Monday. The percent of new tests that were positive, 10.4%, hit double figures for the fourth consecutive day — the first time that's happened since May 3. → Read More

We're tracking COVID-19 cases in Wisconsin schools. Know about a case? Tell us here.

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin are keeping a database of cases at the state's schools. → Read More

Wisconsin health officials report the fewest new COVID-19 cases, test results since June

The state reported no new deaths Monday and the fewest newly confirmed cases since June 23 — but why are so few people getting tested? → Read More

Wisconsin health officials report the fewest new COVID-19 cases, test results since June

The state reported no new deaths Monday and the fewest newly confirmed cases since June 23 — but why are so few people getting tested? → Read More

Wisconsin health officials report the fewest new COVID-19 cases, test results since June

The state reported no new deaths Monday and the fewest newly confirmed cases since June 23 — but why are so few people getting tested? → Read More

Wisconsin health officials report the fewest new COVID-19 cases, test results since June

The state reported no new deaths Monday and the fewest newly confirmed cases since June 23 — but why are so few people getting tested? → Read More

Wisconsin health officials report the fewest new COVID-19 cases, test results since June

The state reported no new deaths Monday and the fewest newly confirmed cases since June 23 — but why are so few people getting tested? → Read More