From the Civil War to the mid-1920s America saw big business replacing small ones. Industrialization created immense wealth, but the distribution of that wealth
When University of Wisconsin-Stout Associate Professor Kevin W. Tharp learned all classes would be going to alternative learning methods because of the COVID-19
As he crawled through the Arizona desert, both legs wounded from gunshots, Corp. Isaiah Mays knew his fellow soldiers were counting on him. He kept thinking, “I
The band director at University of Wisconsin-Stout will release a five-song instrumental CD that he and another local musician have recorded.
Constitutional law that ensured African-American men and others had the right to vote and the implications of the law today will be highlighted in a program.
The National Science Foundation has awarded University of Wisconsin Stout a three-year, $342,128 grant to continue the LAKES REU project.
Seth Langreck has received the University Staff Employee Appreciation Award for January at University of Wisconsin-Stout.
Homeless and unemployed, Nichole Manson of Menomonie finally realized she needed to start the road to recovery.
Just over a year ago now, University of Wisconsin-Stout Assistant Professor Vincent Wheeler stopped in Denver to visit his twin brother, Lance.
Researchers from five institutions have opened a new door in the world of paleontology with a study on the fossilized bones of dinosaurs.