Connor Carynski, an Illinois native who grew up just outside Rockford, has joined the Lake Geneva Regional News as its newest reporter.
The Advance-Titan, an independent student newspaper at UW-Oshkosh, celebrated its 125th anniversary this fall, the newspaper reports.
John Liesveld has joined the (Marinette) EagleHerald as a staff writer, covering the city of Marinette, including government, business and more.
The Wisconsin State Journal turned 180 years old Monday, dating back to the first issue of the weekly Madison Express on Dec. 2, 1839.
Six Wisconsin newsrooms will be among the 164 hosts for a record 250 journalists in the 2020 class of Report for America, the national service program announced Monday.
Dave Zweifel, longtime editor of The (Madison) Capital Times, was recently interviewed by student reporters for the first episode of “Hard Questions,” a new series of podcasts and video interviews published by the Simpson Street Free Press.
Fred Berner, whose family had owned the Antigo Daily Journal for more than 110 years before selling the newspaper in June, died Monday, Nov. 25. He was 71.
Three copy editors who each had spent more than 20 years at the Kenosha News bid farewell to the newspaper Friday, Nov. 15
The Daily Globe in Ironwood, Mich., celebrated its 100th anniversary this week, publishing a commemorative edition featuring historic front pages.
The DeForest Times-Tribune, Lodi Enterprise and Poynette Press and the Waunakee Tribune are moving their offices to a new location in Waunakee, the newspapers announced this week.