Danielle Danford, reporter for the (Frederic) Inter-County Leader and (Shell Lake) Washburn County Register, was one of 28 journalists selected for a yearlong fellowship, the newspaper announced.
Ryan Curtis joined The (Menomonie) Dunn County News staff as a sports and general reporter earlier this month, the newspaper announced.
Longtime sports editor Jody Korch retired this month from the (Marinette) EagleHerald after more than three decades at the newspaper.
WASHINGTON ISLAND – Bucking the perception that newspapers are in decline, the Washington Island Observer says it is getting better every year. The Door County weekly newspaper, which has a circulation of 1,100 loyal readers, reported revenue was at an all-time high in 2017. The paper operates with a staff of five people, three of which live…
Amber Hayden has joined the Colfax Messenger and (Glenwood City) Tribune Press Reporter staffs as a reporter, the newspaper announced this week.
Skip Bliss, publisher of The (Janesville) Gazette and WNA president, spoke out against newsprint tariffs in an article published today by the New York Times.
The U.S. Department of Commerce determined the newsprint tariffs should be permanent, but the news is not all bad, and as with this entire process, it’s complicated.
Evans Print & Media Group, parent company of the Monroe County Herald and the Hillsboro Sentry-Enterprise, is celebrating its 20th anniversary in Sparta, Wisconsin.
Gary Redfern, a veteran journalist whose career has roots in Milwaukee, has been named editor of the Holtville Tribune/Calexico Chronicle/Imperial Valley Weekly newspapers, publisher Brenda Torres announced Monday.
After 28 years at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, sports columnist Gary D’Amato is leaving for a new position covering golf for Madison-based Killarney Golf Media.