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Dennis Losness, a lifelong newspaperman and former publisher of the Cornell Courier, died Dec. 16 in Hudson after a battle with cancer. He was 85.
Beginning in the mid-1960s, Wisconsin publishers began a unique tradition in an effort to raise money for journalism students — they started growing Christmas trees.
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Mollyann G. Emerson, who along with her husband, Richard “Dick” Emerson, published the DeForest Times-Tribune and Poynette Press for many years, died Dec. 9 at UW Hospital in Madison.
Helen Viola Everson, longtime editor and publisher of the Edgerton Reporter, died Monday in the care of her family at her home. She was 98.