Nicole Aimone, a recent UW-Whitewater graduate, joined Capital Newspapers last week as a county government reporter covering Columbia and Sauk counties.
Bridget Cooke, a western Wisconsin native, joined the Capital Newspapers staff last week after four years at the Monroe Times.
Last week marked 20 years since the Portage County Gazette printed the first edition of its revived weekly newspaper on July 2, 1999.
Adams Publishing Group, which recently acquired the Beloit Daily News, has named Todd Colling general manager of the newspaper, APG’s Central Division president Jeff Patterson announced this week.
Marlon WhiteEagle, former editor of the Hocak Worak, hopes to increase access to information and transparency within the tribal government.
A local developer has nominated The Post-Crescent building in Appleton to be considered for the National Register of Historic Places.
Samantha West, a Minnesota native, has been named the new statewide K-12 education and family reporter for USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin.
After more than 110 years of ownership, the Berner family on Friday announced it had sold the Antigo Daily Journal to Adams Publishing Group.
Mackenzie Krumme, a UW-Madison graduate and Stoughton native, will cover the community for United Newspaper Group as its newest reporter.
“You’re Not Alone,” a documentary on teen suicide produced by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and Milwaukee PBS, has reached a wide audience since premiering last month.