Keith Uhlig, Daily Herald Media

Keith Uhlig

Daily Herald Media

Wausau, WI, United States

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

Recent articles by Keith:

UW-Stevens Point professor in Wausau finally can read from her own novel at Central Wisconsin Book Fest

"News of the Air," a novel of climate change, took nine years for Jill Stukenberg to write. It'll be featured at Central Wisconsin Book Festival. → Read More

Central Wisconsin native Yia Vang's trendy Union Hmong Kitchen lives up to all the hype

The trendy Union Hmong Kitchen in Minneapolis offers up a delicious trip back in time with simple, but sophisticated, cuisine. → Read More

Tiles of old Wausau East High School the subject of book by Milwaukee art teacher

Milwaukee artist, historian and teacher Ben Tyjeski has written a new book delving into the decorative architectural tiles of old Wausau East High. → Read More

Biking from New Glarus to Monroe, all for the glory of Limburger cheese

The ride from New Glarus to Monroe and back was done nearly completely on off-road bikeways. And don't listen to naysayers: Limburger cheese is good. → Read More

Paddlers celebrate upgrades to Wausau Whitewater Park, giving the venue a bigger, better freestyle kayaking focus

Improvements to Whitewater Park in downtown Wausau include better seating, a walkway and water features to enhance freestyle form of paddling. → Read More

Death of musician and social activist David Deon Stuart stuns Wausau community

David Deon Stuart of Unified Soul and Soul Inspirations was already a high-profile musician when he started his social justice work in Wausau. → Read More

'Life is ... about connecting': Fireside patio at Nine Mile will honor athlete and coach who died of cancer

A groundbreaking event for a memorial patio in honor of Perry Dau will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at Nine Mile Forest Recreation Area in Rib Mountain. → Read More

Neither age nor Alzheimer's stops this 89-year-old Wisconsin man from his daily swim across Sunset Lake

Daily walks, swimming and dancing helps George Klimowicz live his best life with Alzheimer's disease. "I've got so much to be happy about," he said. → Read More

After coordinating regional COVID-19 vaccination efforts, Hmong pharmacist opens her own pharmacy in Wausau

Pharmacist Zoua Yang leaves corporate world to open her own store, where she'll use her deep experience for personalized service. → Read More

She paddled the Wisconsin River in honor of her late husband. She found solace and strength.

Marit Haug planned to take a month long paddle journey on the Wisconsin River after she learned her husband, Jake Stachovac had terminal cancer. → Read More

Family history and love drive preservation efforts of Rib Mountain's 'little white church'

The 'little white church' of Rib Mountain has been part of the landscape for more than 100 years. An annual service will take place there on Aug. 13. → Read More

Don't worry about where 'up north' starts. If you are in Wisconsin, you're already there.

Up North means a lot of different things to different people. Where it starts is a matter of perspective. → Read More

'Motorcycling Yogi,' retired NTC English instructor Greg Ormson pens book 'Yoga Song'

Greg Ormson hurt his back in a move from Wausau to Hawaii. Yoga helped him get back on his Harley and rejuvenated him physically and spiritually. → Read More

As her last book goes up for sale on Amazon, Wisconsin author Margot Peters enters hospice care

Margot Peters' last book is titled "Murder Among Friends," and it's a murder mystery set at a Wausau High School class reunion. → Read More

‘He should be known’: The unknown soldier died in 1930. A ceremony was held last week in Wausau to honor him.

The man, who died by suicide in 1930, is thought to be a World War I veteran. He was never identified, and was buried with military rites in Wausau. → Read More

Wausau East bestows posthumous diploma on Medal of Honor recipient Jerome Sudut

Jerome Sudut left Wausau High School at 16 to join the Army. He received the Medal of Honor after dying in battle during the Korean War. → Read More

How a Wisconsin medical student and an Afghan refugee help each other get a new start in Wausau

Jonathan Bressler's background as a Peace Corps volunteer and epidemiologist gives him unique skills to help Mohammad and his family in Wausau. → Read More

Northern Wisconsin's unique and compelling Kovac Planetarium survived COVID, money woes

Frank Kovac hand built his planetarium over the course of five years beginning in 1997. It's become a Northwoods Wisconsin tourist destination. → Read More

Sign up for our Be Wisconsin newsletter and open the door to the best of the Badger state

By subscribing for Be Wisconsin, you'll get stories highlighting the people, things to do and places to go that make this state special. → Read More

'She was a hero to me': Mao Khang, tireless advocate for Hmong victims of domestic violence, dies of cancer

Mao Khang of Wausau, a fierce advocate for Hmong victims of domestic violence, was the first woman to sit on the Hmong 18 Clan Council of Wisconsin. → Read More