Haley BeMiller, Editorial Intern, Blue Sky Innovation

Haley BeMiller

Editorial Intern, Blue Sky Innovation

Green Bay, WI, United States

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Recent:
  • Green Bay Press-Gaz.
  • Daily Herald Media
  • Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Past:
  • Packers News
  • USA TODAY
  • Post-Crescent Media
  • IC Press-Citizen
  • Tallahassee Democrat
  • StevensPoint Journal
  • St. Cloud Times
  • Fond du Lac Reporter
  • KARE 11
  • 13News Now
  • and more…

Recent articles by Haley:

After Russian hacks, Wisconsin election officials boosted security for 2020. Now they want to tamp down rumors.

The state built safer networks after foreign hackers tried to disrupt 2016 elections. Now it wants to build voter confidence. → Read More

UW-Green Bay provost among four finalists for chancellor job, the only internal candidate

The four candidates will participate in separate public forums starting next week. → Read More

Green Bay School Board member to run for Assembly seat held by Democrat who sexually harassed staffer

Kristina Shelton will run as a Democrat in the 90th Assembly District, the seat currently held by Democratic Rep. Staush Gruszynski. → Read More

Brian Johnson, Guy Zima win primary for Green Bay City Council District 9; District 6 voters narrow field

Voters on Green Bay's near-west side will see a rematch between their current council member and a controversial former alderman in April. → Read More

Here's what voters need to know about the primary election in Brown County

Brown County voters will head to the polls Tuesday to narrow the fields for state Supreme Court and several local offices. → Read More

Bon Iver to perform in Appleton, Wausau and La Crosse. To get tickets, you have to pledge to vote

The Eau Claire band will perform in La Crosse, Wausau and Appleton in the weeks leading up to the November election. → Read More

Wisconsin Hmong community waits in fear amid reports Trump administration may deport non-U.S. citizens to Laos

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's talks with a Lao leader have led to worries Hmong residents with criminal records will be deported. → Read More

Former Southwest High School counselor faces federal charges of producing child pornography

Todd Naze was charged with six counts of federal child pornography in addition to charges previously filed in Brown County Circuit Court. → Read More

Oshkosh Corp. orders could be slashed under plan to divert $3.83 billion for Mexico border wall

Oshkosh Corp. could lose orders due to the diversion of $3.83 billion to pay for President Trump's Mexico border wall. → Read More

Five candidates to face off in primary for Green Bay City Council's District 6

Alderwoman Kathy Lefebvre will face four challengers in the primary election on Feb. 18. → Read More

U.S. Rep. Mike Gallagher received campaign funds from company behind PFAS contamination in Marinette

The $10,000 in donations from Johnson Controls International were only a fraction of the $1.8 million Gallagher collected last year. → Read More

Brown County United Way embarks on project to boost east-side Green Bay neighborhoods

The organization will start with a public listening session Friday to help bring stability to Navarino, downtown, Whitney Park and Joannes Park. → Read More

Wisconsin Supreme Court candidates to visit Brown County for candidate forum

Candidates for the state Supreme Court will visit Brown County on Feb. 1 to make their case to voters. → Read More

Can Wisconsin inmates watch the Packers in the NFC championship this weekend? Generally, yes.

Wisconsin jails and prisons will allow interested inmates to cheer on their team as long as they follow the rules. → Read More

Green Bay's score on LGBTQ rights doubled in one year, but officials say city still has work to do

Green Bay's score with the Human Rights Campaign doubled in 2019, but officials and advocates are still working to make the city more inclusive. → Read More

All signs point to more flooding in greater Green Bay this spring. Officials are preparing for the worst.

Brown County officials are preparing for more flooding this spring as water levels remain persistently high after a wet 2019. → Read More

De Pere alderman, nephew of Sen. Dave Hansen to run for uncle's Senate seat in November

Jonathon Hansen has served on the De Pere City Council since 2017. → Read More

The day Jayme Closs saved herself: Year later, records tell story of Barron teen's defiant escape from Jake Patterson

Patterson murdered her parents and held her captive for 88 days. He thought he intimidated Jayme Closs into staying with him forever. → Read More

Press-Gazette reporter Samantha Hernandez selected for New York education fellowship

Samantha Hernandez was one of four people selected for the Spencer Education Journalism Fellowship at Columbia for the 2019-2020 academic year. → Read More

Green Bay, Seattle mayors make Packers-Seahawks playoff wager that will help local food pantries

Green Bay Mayor Eric Genrich is challenging mayors of opposing teams to help out with community needs. → Read More