Jim Dorrance, general manager of The (Rice Lake) Chronotype, is retiring Friday after more than 34 years at the newspaper.
Saturday’s print edition of the (Beaver Dam) Daily Citizen was a little thicker this week, as it launched a new “weekend edition.”
Paul Arentz, former editor of the (Black River Falls) Hocak Worak has returned to the industry after 11 years away to become the next editor of the Hillsboro Sentry-Enterprise.
Steve Jagler, business editor at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, is leaving the newspaper to become corporate communications director of Graef, an engineering, planning and design firm in Milwaukee.
The Wisconsin Department of Justice will pay at least $10,000 in Lakeland Times’ legal fees and costs in an open records case between the agency and the newspaper.
Peter Spicer, who spent about five years as a journalist for several Wisconsin newspapers, recently published his first book, according to the Waunakee Tribune.
Stuart Levitan, a former reporter for The Capital Times in Madison, has published his second book on the city’s history, “Madison in the Sixties,”
Lee Enterprises on Tuesday announced it had appointed to vice president Christopher White, a group publisher overseeing newspapers in Wisconsin, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota and New York.
Crocker Stephenson, a veteran reporter and columnist at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, will be inducted into The Knights of the Golden Quill, the Milwaukee Press Club’s highest honor for journalists.
Retired journalist Joe Schackelman has published his third book, titled “Growing Up in a Small Town,” which shares memories of growing up in Jefferson during the 1940s and 1950s.