Jim Stingl, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Jim Stingl

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Milwaukee, WI, United States

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Past articles by Jim:

Stingl: It's time to say thank you and farewell to the best job in Milwaukee

I've always been proud to say I worked for The Milwaukee Journal and then the Journal Sentinel after the merger. → Read More

Stingl: Big day arrives for a Cedarburg treasure hunter, in Journal parking lot of all places

She said she had solved the clues from a 1982 book titled "The Secret: A Treasure Hunt." → Read More

Stingl: Thank God (of your choice) that lawmakers tell us what to call the Capitol tree

This is so much fuss over nothing, as both sides play to their bases. We're fighting about a tree that's not even standing yet. → Read More

Stingl: A Ripon man hid a secret in his will: Everyone at his funeral would split $500,000

"The moral of the story," one friend laughed, "is don't miss a funeral." → Read More

Stingl: Judge who sentenced a teen for deaths is performing his wedding 24 years later

Judge David Hansher has come to know and respect the man Ramiah Whiteside has become while serving his time. → Read More

Stingl: Business owner wants you to join his quest to give jobs and hope to ex-offenders

Bill Harrigan encourages them from the time they first taste freedom to pursue their own personal vision of success. → Read More

Yes, her name really is Dr. Marijuana Pepsi, and her story is amazing

Marijuana Pepsi's own scholarship – called the Marijuana Pepsi Scholarship, of course – will be given to a deserving first generation college student. → Read More

Stingl: A Winneconne dad is trying to do 1 million pushups to thank law enforcement

Nate Carroll of Winneconne is shooting for this goal, and he's on track to reach the ridiculously huge number. → Read More

Stingl: A Wisconsin dad is trying to do 1 million pushups in 2019 to thank law enforcement

Nate Carroll of Winneconne is shooting for this goal, and he's on track to reach the ridiculously huge number. → Read More

Stingl: Message in a bottle tossed into Lake Michigan is found by a boy 21 years later

The bottle was launched in 1998. It's hard to say how it split the time between floating in the water and resting on shore. → Read More

Stingl: Glendale woman sent Social Security the money she owed, but they kept hounding her

What part of the $17,615 Wendy Arnold sent to the SSA didn't they understand? → Read More

Stingl: A thin-ice accident in 1992 claimed a girl that day and now her brother 26 years later

Tim Kirton was left paralyzed and unable to walk, talk, feed himself or participate fully in the delights of growing up. → Read More

Stingl: Tom Petty songs get 7-month-old Billy through a transplant and a long hospital stay

He went home on Tuesday — or maybe we should say into the great wide open — to the delight of his parents and sisters. → Read More

Stingl: Quit-smoking billboard hangs right over a cigarette shop, but does it do any good?

It would be like an anti-consumerism sign at the entrance to a shopping mall. → Read More

Stingl: In life and death, nurse Carlie Beaudin is a friend to animals, especially rescue dog Baloo

After talking to Carlie's husband, Nick, I can understand why he chose this worthy cause. His wife loved animals her whole life. → Read More

Stingl: Rather than just complain about politics, the PerSisters in Tosa put pen to paper

Coffee is served and the women quickly get busy writing letters and postcards on many issues of the day. → Read More

Ron Schwartz, possibly the oldest Wisconsin man when he turned 108 last week, has died

Ron Schwartz, who was featured in a Journal Sentinel article Sunday after he turned 108, died Tuesday at his apartment. → Read More

Stingl: Ron Schwartz got a second wind when he reached 100. Now he's 108 and going strong.

Is he the oldest living man in Wisconsin? Let me know of any who are older. → Read More

Stingl: A family home known for wild parties will host one final kegger before it's sold

You know the stereotype of kids inviting all their friends over when dad and mom are away. Yeah, it was like that on Hi Mount Blvd. → Read More

Stingl: Here's a shock: Someone wants higher government fees to renew a driver's license

When my head finished exploding, I asked if he was really suggesting that the government charge us more. For anything. → Read More