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22 /PRNewswire/ -- MedPage Today and the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel have developed a unique enterprise story collaboration for medical reporting.
Being retired, it's a habit of mine to stop in and peruse for bargains," he told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
An excellent series of articles, which was published recently in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (Egan 2004a, 2004b, 2004c), details Lake Michigan's evolution over the last 50 years as these interlopers have arrived and taken up residence.
An editorial in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel called the settlement of Turner's case a "travesty," while a letter to the editor described him as a "de facto aristocrat, with special powers, benefits and protections not allotted to mere commoners," entitled to enlist "all the power and authority of [the government] on his side and against us for the rest of his life, specifically because he raped and murdered 9-year-old Lisa Ann French.
MILWAUKEE -- The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel announced today that Local Government Reporter David Umhoefer has received a 2008 Pulitzer Prize in the category of "Local Reporting" for a 2007 investigation of the Milwaukee County pension system.
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The archbishop expressed his surprise and disappointment that an organization in direct opposition to the defined teaching of the church would be welcome at one of our parishes," archdiocesan spokesman Jerry Topczewski told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel will also use BroadVision One-To-One to provide site visitors a completely personalized Journal Sentinel paper online.