Fred Bradley has been named circulation manager for the Merrill Foto News, Wausau Times and Wausau Buyers’ Guide, editor Jeremy Ratliff announced Wednesday.
Sara Tischauser has been named publisher, editor and future owner of the Marion Advertiser, the newspaper announced Thursday.
Fifty years ago this summer, on June 19, 1969, the Tribune Record Gleaner printed its first issue. This month the newspaper celebrated its 50th anniversary with a special eight-page section.
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Dan Brandenburg, owner and publisher of the Marion Advertiser, died Monday, Aug. 26, after battling stomach cancer. He was 68.
Sam Roe, a Pulitzer Prize winner and four-time finalist, has been chosen to lead the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s investigative team, the newspaper announced Thursday.
Duane H. Freitag, a retired newspaper reporter and editor, recently published “A Common Treasure,” a book on the early history of New Glarus.
Alan Eisenberg, a colorful and controversial Milwaukee figure who served as editor of a Latino newspaper, died Friday, Aug. 16. He was 77.
Life expectancy in Wisconsin has declined for the second straight year, due in large part to an increase in deaths caused by alcohol, drugs and suicide.
MADISON – Rob Zaleski, a longtime Madison journalist who spent more than 20 years at The Capital Times, has written a new book titled, “Ed Garvey Unvarnished: Lessons from a Visionary Progressive.”