In a tremendous victory for newspapers across the country, the International Trade Commission voted this morning to reverse tariffs imposed on newsprint imported from Canada.
How did you become a Green Bay Packers fan? The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel asked readers that question earlier this month, receiving hundreds of stories in return.
United Communications plans to sell the Kenosha News’ 63,985-square-foot downtown building and rent office space from the new owner.
Within a broader story about Hispanic immigration, Wausau Daily Herald reporter Keith Uhlig highlights an unlikely news source in a central Wisconsin town.
Forum Communications, parent company of the Superior Telegram and RiverTown Multimedia group in Wisconsin, announced it will expand its coverage of government and statewide issues in South Dakota.
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine will recognize two Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporters during their 2018 Communication Awards ceremony on Oct. 11, in Washington, D.C., the academies have announced.
Multimedia Channels CEO Patrick Wood sent the following letter to the company’s subscribers, detailing how newsprint tariffs are hurting newspapers across the country.
Korey Mallien, the former longtime Door County Advocate sports editor, is now athletic director for Southern Door School District, the Advocate reported.
The Lake Mills Leader has hired Sarah Weihert as its new managing editor, the newspaper announced this week. Weihert, a Lake Mills native and UW-Whitewater graduate, previously worked as education reporter for the Watertown Times
As the Green Bay Packers celebrate their 100th season of football, it’s important to remember the role the Green Bay Press-Gazette played in its history, columnist Pete Dougherty writes.