Fall, football, family, food and fun. Add it all up, and it’s the first Fam Jam weekend at UW-Stout.
University of Wisconsin-Stout has moved into the top 15 of the best public regional universities in the Midwest, according to a new ranking.
When severe storms with straight-line winds and tornadoes hit northern Wisconsin in late July, the Wisconsin Army National Guard was there to help.
Less than five years after graduating from Menomonie High School in 2000, Justin Utpadel was part of world history.
If Brent Coulthart feels like he’s walking on air when he crosses the commencement stage Saturday, May 4, at University of Wisconsin-Stout, who could blame him?
A breakfast fundraiser organized by UW-Stout veterans will benefit needy veterans in Dunn County.
He graduated from college when Jimmy Carter was president and served in the military for 34 years, including in Iraq.
UW-Stout, which has approximately 400 students who are active military members or veterans, has been named a Best for Vets school for 2019 by Military Times.
Veterans Day, this year coinciding with the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I, will be commemorated the week of Nov. 11-17 and beyond at UW-Stout.
A Mobile Vet Center will make a stop from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 12, at UW-Stout.