Chris Hardie, former executive editor at the La Crosse Tribune and former president of the WNA Board of Directors, is stepping down as executive director of the Black River Area Chamber of Commerce after two and half and years to become the CEO of the 7 Rivers Alliance.
Veteran sports journalist Jeff Seisser has joined The Star in Sun Prairie and The Courier in Waterloo as the newspapers’ sports editor.
Peter Fox, WNA executive director from 2004 to 2010, recently reenlisted his daughter, Master Sgt. Katherine Fox, in the Wisconsin Air National Guard.
Audrey Reichert Lyke, who with her husband, Doug, owned the Ripon Commonwealth Press from 1962 to 2017, died Wednesday, Aug. 23 in Ripon. She was 87.
The public is invited to celebrate the Amery Free Press’ 125th anniversary from 1-4 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 18 during an open house at the newspaper’s office, 215 Keller Ave., Amery.
Ed Legge, a reporter for the Wisconsin Dells Events, was featured on the newspaper’s website this week for his work as an artist and a musician.
More than 200 newspapers across Minnesota and a handful in Wisconsin ran mostly blank front pages this week to remind readers about the important role newspapers hold in their communities.
Veteran journalist Benjamin Wideman is the newest addition to The Country Today editorial team.
The longtime owner and publisher of The Marion Advertiser said blood tests are improving as he continues to battle stomach cancer and he’s optimistic he’ll find a new owner for his family business by the end of the year.
The Wisconsin Newspaper Association Foundation (WNAF) will honor the memory of five former publishers during an upcoming ceremony in Eagle River.