Haley BeMiller, Editorial Intern, Blue Sky Innovation

Haley BeMiller

Editorial Intern, Blue Sky Innovation

Green Bay, WI, United States

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Recent:
  • USA TODAY
Past:
  • Green Bay Press-Gaz.
  • Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
  • Post-Crescent Media
  • Daily Tribune Media
  • Marshfield News
  • Daily Herald Media
  • SheboyganPress Media
  • Oshkosh Northwestern
  • Fond du Lac Reporter
  • StevensPoint Journal
  • and more…

Recent articles by Haley:

Ohio Senate candidates J.D. Vance, Tim Ryan agree to debate in nationally watched contest

The Buckeye State race is one of a handful nationwide that political analysts say likely will decide whether the GOP can win back the 50-50 Senate, → Read More

Radisson gunman threatened former co-worker before deadly shooting but allowed by court to possess firearms

A Brown County court granted a restraining order against Bruce K. Pofahl in March after he harassed and threatened a former coworker. → Read More

Wisconsin to launch statewide investigation of clergy sex abuse, attorney general document reveals

Attorney General Josh Kaul said in a letter that his office will conduct a review of sexual abuse at the hands of clergy and other faith leaders. → Read More

Report finds Green Bay properly handled 2020 elections despite GOP criticism. Here are 5 key takeaways.

The city attorney reviewed last year's elections amid allegations that Green Bay's use of grant funds and private consultants tainted the process. → Read More

Green Bay considers donated land and $500,000 from JBS, as company fights OSHA fine for pandemic failures

A year after deadly COVID-19 outbreaks at its meat plant, JBS says it wants to help the city build new housing and outdoor spaces. → Read More

Green Bay residents file complaint over November election as Republicans consider law changes

The issue is one of several election-related matters that have captured the attention of Republicans after Donald Trump narrowly lost Wisconsin in the November presidential race. → Read More

Green Bay residents file complaint over November election as Republicans consider law changes

The issue is one of several election-related matters that have captured the attention of Republicans after Donald Trump narrowly lost Wisconsin in the November presidential race. → Read More

St. Norbert Abbey identifies two more Norbertine priests who abused minors, including former abbot

The De Pere-based Catholic order says the two priests are now dead. One of them led the abbey from 1982 to 1994. → Read More

Sue Macco, nurse and wife of state Rep. John Macco, was 'big in tenacity,' dies after battle with breast cancer

A visitation for Sue Macco will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at Celebration Church in Green Bay, followed by a service and luncheon. → Read More

Kendall Kelley defeats Rachel Maes in Brown County Circuit Court race as De Pere council members win reelection

Nearly 25% of voters turned out in Tuesday's election, up from 21% in 2017 when another state superintendent race was on the ballot. → Read More

Brown County voters turn out in spring election for state DPI, Assembly seat, circuit court judge, and municipal, school races

Voters will elect a new representative for the 89th Assembly District and decide who they want to serve in municipal offices and school boards. → Read More

Green Bay City Council passes another mask mandate in wake of state Supreme Court decision

Proponents said it will give people more time to get vaccinated after all Wisconsin residents 16 and older become eligible for a shot next week. → Read More

'They're ready to put the boulder down': The weight of the past year is wearing people out, mental health experts say

As COVID-19 disrupted our lives, experts say a mental health pandemic led to an increased need for services. → Read More

Incumbent Susan Selner faces William Kane for Denmark village president seat

Here's what you need to know about the candidates running for Denmark's top job on April 6. → Read More

Republicans, former Brown County clerk blast Green Bay election in Assembly hearing

Republicans and election observers argued the city improperly allowed a consultant with Democratic ties to interfere in election planning. → Read More

April 6 election: Four candidates vie for 3 seats on Pulaski Village Board

There are four candidates going after three seats on the Pulaski Village Board in the spring nonpartisan election on April 6. → Read More

Nathan Cummings, Amy Chandik Kundinger face off in De Pere City Council District 1 race

The winner on April 6 will represent the district with council member Shana Defnet Ledvina. → Read More

Catherine Frey Hughes, Brian Stevens set for rematch for Howard municipal judge seat

Stevens was appointed in 2019 and defeated Hughes last year in a bid for a one-year term. → Read More

Tracy Flucke, Mark Williams vie for chance to represent south Ashwaubenon on Village Board

Williams previously held the Wards 7-8 seat, and Flucke was appointed to the board last year. → Read More

Jackie Krull challenges Bellevue Village President Steve Soukup in spring election

Jackie Krull will face Steve Soukup in the April 6 election. Soukup has served as village president since 2015. → Read More