Keith Uhlig, Daily Herald Media

Keith Uhlig

Daily Herald Media

Wausau, WI, United States

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Past articles by Keith:

How this couple found their dream home: The historic mansion of paper magnate D.C. Everest

Courtney Olson and Felix Gallo fell in love with Wausau's D.C. Everest estate, a 'Mediterranean villa that's been dropped in the middle of Wisconsin.' → Read More

Here's how a Wausau-area mason became a world champion bricklayer

Michael Schlund won a Ford F-250 pickup and other prizes when he became the 'world's best bricklayer' in Spec Mix masonry competition. → Read More

Blair Braverman shares what influenced her new novel, including her time on 'Naked and Afraid'

Her experience on 'Naked and Afraid' ended in a hospital. But Blair Braverman used it to write her first fictional novel, 'Small Game.' → Read More

Master plan calls for big changes at Rib Mountain State Park. But they won't come soon.

The new master plan opens doors for the expansion of downhill skiing and mountain biking at Rib Mountain State Park. But development could take years. → Read More

Wausau's 319 Gallery, a nonprofit art shop, in a struggle to keep its doors open

The small gallery in Wausau's downtown features local artists and craft makers. Despite rumors to the contrary, it remains open, but is struggling. → Read More

'Around Wisco' photo book focuses on people, places of Ice Age Trail

Madison-based photographer Cameron Gillie spent two years hiking Wisconsin's Ice Age Trail in segments, taking pictures along the way. → Read More

Built by a Wausau business titan, this historic estate is for sale. Here's the price tag.

The D.C. Everest estate is on the National Register of Historic Places, and is located a block away from a Frank Lloyd Wright-designed home. → Read More

Get 'Wisconsin fit' during the snow shoveling season

Yes, shoveling Wisconsin snow is great exercise. But it also can be dangerous. → Read More

Public weighs in on Rib Mountain State Park plans, which include more skiing, cycling

The proposed master plan for Rib Mountain State Park includes trails, facilities and expansion for skiers, mountain bikers and other park users. → Read More

From 'Screwy Louie' to Richard Bong, a new book profiles Wisconsin combat aces

Author details exploits of Wisconsin's aces, including America's top fighter pilot, Richard Bong. → Read More

Ross Jirgl, a Wausau native who gave up football for acting, stars in Christmas movie

Ross Jirgl, a Wausau native who famously pursued romance by crashing "The Bachelor," now stars in Christmas movie. → Read More

Wittenberg man interviews Korean War veterans to preserve 'Forgotten War' stories

Ryan Walkowski never set out to write a book. But he is doing that now to make sure Korean War veterans are not forgotten. → Read More

Retired FBI agent who was based out of Wausau writes fictional who-dun-it with details plucked from real life

A retired FBI special agent, Tom Burg's first book of fiction is a murder mystery that features plenty of details from his real-life career. → Read More

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