Paul Srubas, Green Bay Press-Gaz.

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Past articles by Paul:

Skier who died on Mount Rainier in Washington from Wisconsin, has family in Green Bay area

Matthew Bunker's body will remain in a snow-filled crevasse on the mountain because it's too dangerous to get to the site. → Read More

Careless use of smoking materials blamed for Emilie Street house fire, causing $80,000 damage

Firefighters blamed careless use of smoking materials for $80,000 fire to home on Emilie Street late Thursday. Two people were temporarily displaced. → Read More

Three men implicated in the April 1 shooting death of 28-year-old man near Clinton Street

Clarence Graveen, 37, Lac De Flambeau, told police his cousin, Waylon Wayman, 28, pulled the trigger; Wayman blamed Graveen. Both are charged with murder → Read More

Community curfews put squeeze on businesses trying to recoup lost income after COVID-19 shutdown

Customers are still not coming in like they did in pre-coronavirus days, but now bars and restaurants have a curfew to content with for another week. → Read More

37th death, 2,319th COVID-19 case reported in Brown County from over weekend

A person died of COVID-19 over the weekend , bringing Brown County’s death toll to 37. The county also gained 35 new cases, bring its total to 2,319. → Read More

Green Box fraud convict Van Den Heuvel loses bid for early release over COVID-19 worries

Ronald Van Den Heuvel was cause of many of his own health problems by being non-compliant with medical directives, judge rules. → Read More

Free contact tracing course from Johns Hopkins will make an interviewer-detective-counselor out of you

Brennan Foley took the free course in case he could help and earn money in the pandemic. He says the skills are invaluable. → Read More

NEW Zoo will phase in opening, with some exhibits closed and limited visitors

The New Zoo plans to open in phases starting in June. The giraffe exhibit and Adventure Park won't open immediately → Read More

Salvation Army's Kroc Center and Thrift Store will begin phased reopenings this week

The Kroc Center will open its walking track and fitness equipment Wednesday and the Thrift Store will open to shoppers Thursday. → Read More

Green Bay coronavirus: JBS, American Foods workers say they're infected as Brown County number explodes to 292

Gov. Evers says a coronavirus outbreak poses "significant risk potential" to Green Bay, sends test-collection supplies and PPEs. → Read More

What started as a simple effort to provide masks to some nursing friends blossomed into statewide mask-making operation

Meet the Wisconsin Face Mask Warriors, a rag-tag band of sewing wizards and other volunteers who produced 22,600 face masks for NEW medical community. → Read More

Green Bay police seek acquaintance of victim in Clinton Street murder case

Green Bay police haven't named a victim but say they are looking for Waylon Wayman as a person of interest in Wednesday's murder on Clinton Street. → Read More

Green Bay-area woman jailed on $500,000 as police investigate dead boy found in car trunk

A woman is being held in the Brown County Jail as police investigate her 5-year-old son's presumed death. He was last seen Nov. 25. → Read More

De Pere man's DNA test solves 68-year mystery, connects him to his family

After nearly seven decades of not really having a clear idea of who he even was, Jim Bliss took a DNA test that connected him to a family. → Read More

Futurists say now's the time to gauge which cultural, economic changes will stay with us after COVID-19

This crisis won’t last forever, and now might be time to consider what we learned to like and what we never, ever want to do again. → Read More

Grounded freighter is off-loaded, allowing tugs to pull it from sandbar in Green Bay

Algoma Conveyor, a 74-foot Canadian freighter carrying road salt, has been freed a week after being stuck on a sandbar in bay of Green Bay → Read More

Enforced isolation was used for Spanish flu outbreak in 1918, and it kept deaths down

You think you're lonely and bored Just think about what people went through in the 1918 outbreak of Spanish flu, before there was internet, TV, radio → Read More

Brown County's 0.5% sales tax conforms with legislative intent, judge rules

Brown County Taxpayers Association loses in bid to upend county's temporary .5% sales tax. → Read More

Ship remains grounded in Green Bay; freight being off-loaded to help it float free

A salvange company is off-loading road salt from the grounded Algoma Conveyor in the hope that greater buoyancy will set it free in Green Bay → Read More

Freighter carrying load of road salt runs aground in bay of Green Bay

The 740-foot Algoma Conveyor was enroute to Fox River Terminal in Green Bay when it ran aground north of Fox, near Harbor Entrance Channel Light 14 → Read More