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Packers Reportedly Move Wide Receiver To New Position

In January, Rico Gafford signed with the Green Bay Packers with the expectation he'd be playing wide receiver for the team. However, Matt LaFleur's had a change of heart. The Packers signed Sammy Watkins and drafted Christian Watson, Romeo Doubs and Samori Toure earlier this off-season, adding much-needed depth at the position - almost too much depth.
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Reported Oconto Falls drowning ends up being false alarm

OCONTO FALLS, Wis. (WBAY) - A reported drowning in Oconto Falls turned out to be a false alarm. Oconto Falls Police Chief Brad Olsen said everyone on the beach is accounted for. Olsen told Action 2 News a dive team, drones and sonar were used until they were certain everyone...
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22-year-old man killed in motorcycle crash on UW-Green Bay campus

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) - The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay officials report a 22-year-old male motorcyclist died in a crash Friday after 10:30 pm. on campus. The man was a Green Bay resident, but was not a student. Campus police were dispatched to the intersection of North Circle Dr. and...

Packers president and CEO announces retirement in 2025

GREEN BAY, Wis (WFRV) – The Packers will see a new president and CEO in 2025. Current president and CEO Mark Murphy announced in his monthly newsletter that he will be retiring on July 13, 2025, when he turns 70. Murphy said in response to a fan’s question that as part of the Packers’ board […]

Packers Likely To Carry Two QBs In 2022

The quarterback position has been subject to plenty of scrutiny in recent years in Green Bay, including this past offseason amidst the Aaron Rodgers contract saga. Things are likely to look very similar at the position to last season on the depth chart, as well as the Packers’ 53-man roster in 2022, though.

Minnesota Aurora clinch division, set to host playoff game on July 13

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) -- Minnesota Aurora FC are a lock for the USL W playoffs in their first season.While the club still has to face Green Bay twice more to end the season, there's no way the Glory can catch them in Heartland Division standings.This is because Green Bay played to a 3-3 draw Saturday against Chicago City SC. The Glory have 20 points in the standings, and even if they beat Aurora twice (for three points a win), they can't top Minnesota's 28 points. "This season has been incredible," said Aurora  head coach Nicole Lukic, in a statement. "Because of all the amazing support from the community, we have been able to provide great conditions for our players and bring in truly gifted athletes. We are so happy to be rewarding all of our fans with at least one playoff home game."  With the division title, the Aurora will host a first round playoff game on July 13 at TCO Stadium in Eagan. Their opponent has yet to be determined. Like other home games, it'll be streamed live on CBS News Minnesota. The Aurora have won their last nine games. Their only tie happened in their inaugural game against Green Bay. 

How the Vikings Could Win the NFC North

The last three NFC North titles have gone to none other than the neighbors to the Southeast of Minnesota, the Green Bay Packers. The last time the Vikings won the North was back in the same year as the Minneapolis Miracle and we all know that is what lead the team to the NFC Championship in 2017.

Joe Heller: A cartoonist’s view on the week in the news — broad strokes, full color, few words

Joe Heller was the editorial cartoonist for the Green Bay Press-Gazette in Green Bay, Wis., from 1985 until being laid off in July 2013. He still draws five cartoons a week and distributes them through his own syndicate. Through Heller Syndication, his cartoons regularly appear in more than 400 newspapers, making him the most successful self-syndicated editorial cartoonist in the nation. His cartoons are reprinted many times in USA Today, Denver Post, St. Paul Pioneer Press, The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, Newsweek Japan, The Week and The Washington Post. Joe’s cartoons have won numerous distinctions, including 10 Best of Gannett awards, eight Milwaukee Press Club awards and two Honorable mentions for the John Fischetti Award. He lives in Green Bay with his wife, Pamela. He is a regular featured cartoonist for the NKyTribune.