By Brandi Makusk This is all Tony Zblewski’s fault. “You’re gonna jump with us, right?” Sgt. Zblewski gleefully inquired of me
By Brandi Makuski I don’t know how they do it. It’s easy to say that, considering all the accommodations the
By Brandi Makuski One of the most basic and cherished cornerstones of this nation is the free exchange of ideas.
By Brandi Makuski Municipal government is not unlike state or federal government. It is a democratically-elected body, held accountable by
By Brandi Makuski For a city that so relishes and promotes its culture and arts, local holiday parades of late are
By Brandi Makuski When this reporter began to cover the 16 students — 15 ninth graders and one eighth grade
Editor’s Note: The local Open Gov. Traveling show will be held on Wed., March 16 at 10 AM in the
City Times Staff City Times staffers work hard each year to bring you the very best in ultra- local news in
By Brandi Makuski Mayor Mike Wiza sure gets around. While he’s always been very social, his time in office thus
City Times Staff Ninth grade football players never seem to get the love.
By Brandi Makuski Two of the city’s new alders say local government needs a few more good women.
By Brandi Makuski In circles of municipal government, Edgewater Manor meets the very definition of an albatross: it’s been a
Council can’t continue with 3+ hour meetings By Brandi Makuski For the second consecutive month the Stevens Point City Council
Elected officials can’t ask for job while simultaneously criticize performance reviews by media By Brandi Makuski The past several months
By Brandi Makuski and Jacob Mathias Early Friday morning the City Times published a brief article, “Belts’ Names Best Ice
By Brandi Makuski Since the April election, the Stevens Point City Council has been comprised of seven new alders- outnumbering
By Brandi Makuski National Police Week is May 11-17. In the face of so much violence against police officers nationwide,
By Brandi Makuski The Stevens Point City Times quietly celebrated its first print anniversary on May 5.
Many self-identifying SPASH students supported letter-writer; others rail against sophomore with vulgarity in public comment forum City Times Staff It
By Brandi Makuski With a newly- elected mayor and several new Council Members, the city will undergo a massive transition