Joshua Junig

Winter Intern 2018-2019

Born and raised in Beloit, WI, Joshua Junig and family now call Harshaw and the Northwoods WI their home. Joshua is a junior at Carroll University in Waukesha majoring in Philosophy, Politics, & Economics with a minor in Communications.

In addition to staying up to speed on current events, he spends his free time acting in musical and theatre productions and was most recently seen as Joseph in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Joshua also enjoys recreations such as swimming, hiking, canoeing, and cross-country skiing.

Discover Wisconsin

Wisconsin ginseng producers have been experiencing adverse impacts due to the ongoing U.S.-China trade dispute. These tariffs are especially hitting Marathon County, since that's where a majority of ginseng in the United States comes from.

As part of our We Live Up Here series, WXPR's Joshua Junig tells us the story of Hsu's Ginseng in Wausau... how they came to be in the first place and what they're expecting in the years to come.

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During early December of 2018, Wisconsin legislators passed a bill restricting the period for early voting.

This measure has been controversial and has garnered national spotlight, but how does it impact the Northwoods? WXPR’s Joshua Junig has the story.

On December 14, then-Governor Scott Walker signed three pieces of Republican-sponsored legislation as his administration prepared to leave office. Among those measures is a bill mandating the early voting period to open two weeks prior to election day.