Mark Treinen, Green Bay Press-Gaz.

Mark Treinen

Green Bay Press-Gaz.

Mosinee, WI, United States

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Recent:
  • Green Bay Press-Gaz.
Past:
  • Fond du Lac Reporter
  • Post-Crescent Media
  • Daily Tribune Media
  • DelmarvaNow!
  • Daily Herald Media
  • StevensPoint Journal
  • Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
  • HTR

Recent articles by Mark:

We're looking for Green Bay's 2020 People of the Year. It's your chance to nominate someone.

Do you know of a person or group who should be on this year’s People of the Year list for the greater Green Bay area? → Read More

Kanye West loses lawsuit to get on Wisconsin presidential ballot

A Brown County judge ruled that the rapper indeed missed the state's 5 p.m. filing deadline, though only by 14 seconds. → Read More

Pro-Trump flotilla planned on Fox River in Green Bay as port authorities urge caution

Port officials said a large freight ship might be navigating the Fox River on Sunday at the same time as a pro-Trump boat parade. → Read More

Having a diverse newsroom is critical to telling stories about the Green Bay area. Here's a look at our staff

As part of our commitment to an inclusive culture, the Green Bay Press-Gazette will begin annually publishing the makeup of our newsroom staff. → Read More

Mark Treinen column: Why you should start subscribing to the Press-Gazette

An introductory offer available through Thursday gives new subscribers unlimited access for $39 a year. Here's what we'll do for that investment. → Read More

Five questions with 2020 Golden Apple winner Nicole Diemel of Glenbrook Elementary in Pulaski

For eight straight days, the Press-Gazette will feature Q&As with this year's top teachers in Brown County. → Read More

Green Bay implements curfew after looting, vandalism follow peaceful protests over George Floyd death

What started as a peaceful protest to call for action against police brutality and racism ended with looting, smashed windows and tear gas. → Read More

Fond du Lac County's second coronavirus death involved IT worker from Maryland working at St. Agnes Hospital

Cesar Capule, 49, was working on an Epic Systems installation at St. Agnes when he fell ill. He died March 29. → Read More

Heavy police presence on Appleton's North Kensington Drive

Emergency vehicles swarmed the area around 10 p.m. and remained on the scene an hour later. → Read More

Wisconsin Sen. Petrowski decides not to run for Sean Duffy seat in Congress

The Marathon County Republican says he can make a bigger difference staying in the state than going to Washington. → Read More

Wife of missing Diemel brother tells court 'all facts' show Shawano County men are dead

Lisa Diemel was granted control of the brothers' business and personal finances, as a Missouri man is in jail without bond. → Read More

'He can't take my freedom': Jayme Closs' full statement for Jake Patterson sentencing

A family attorney read a statement from the kidnap victim in court Friday before Jake Patterson was sentenced to life with no chance for release. → Read More

'He can't take my freedom.' Jayme Closs' full statement for Jake Patterson sentencing

A family attorney read a statement from the kidnap victim in court Friday before Jake Patterson was sentenced to life with no chance for release. → Read More

Appleton shooting at least the seventh involving a Wisconsin officer this year

Previous shootings involving police happened in Milwaukee, Abbotsford, Eau Claire County and Waukesha. One officer was slain. → Read More

Wisconsin Rapids apartment building fire forces evacuation to former East Junior High

The fire broke in the 2600 block of 10th Street South, and 13 people were evacuated. → Read More

Oshkosh man who died in 131-vehicle Wisconsin crash was science teacher at Iola-Scandinavia

Andrew Schefelker, 30, of Oshkosh died in a crash on I-41 that involved 131 vehicles. → Read More

Wausau's 2018 People of the Year

Responding to tragedy, speaking out against injustice and helping make our community better. These are the people who made a difference in 2018. → Read More

A Wisconsin foundry gets $1.2 million incentive from Michigan to open a plant in U.P.

Waupaca Foundry will create 61 jobs in Ironwood with help from the state of Michigan. → Read More

Wausau West, Merrill graduates to play lead roles at UW-Eau Claire commencement

Sarah Kate Beck, Kevin Ruhl and Matthew Pfantz will have lead speaking and singing roles at winter commencement. → Read More

No Fox, no CNN, no MSNBC: Stevens Point YMCA bans cable news on main TVs

'People's biases and feelings would get very heightened,' facility official says. → Read More