EAGLE RIVER – Wisconsin-Michigan Publishers closed its doors this week, the Vilas County News-Review reported. Forty-seven years ago, six local newspapers — the News-Review, the Tomahawk Leader, the Lakeland Times, the Tri-County Independent, the Iron County (Mich.) Reporter and the L’Anse (Mich.) Sentinel — established the plant with the help of state bonding. Three of …
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Chicago area native Jake Ekdahl will move from the Sauk Prairie Eagle to Agri-View in Madison on Nov. 4.
Less is definitely more when it comes to advertising. Here are three times when it is important to remember the power of restraint in your ads.
Unified Newspaper Group has added two new reporters — Neal Patten and Renee Hickman — to its staff, the Oregon Observer announced Thursday.
WNA members that wish to be certified to publish notices in 2020 must submit their legal notice re-certification application by Thursday, Oct. 31.
As the only cooperative-owned newspapers in Wisconsin, the (Frederic) Inter-County Leader and (Shell Lake) Washburn County Register see their unique business model as integral to their legacy and future.
Elizabeth “Libbie” (Faulkner) Nolan, former editor of The (Waukesha) Freeman, died Sunday in the town of Vernon, Wis. She was 102.
Of the five freedoms guaranteed by the First Amendment, only 71% of Americans can name at least one, according to a recent Freedom Forum Institute survey.
Jeff Patterson, central division president of Adams Publishing Group, and Matt McMillan, CEO of Sentinel Publications, have been selected as members of the board of directors for the newly formed America’s Newspapers.