Wis. Newspaper Shuts Down Printing Presses After 92 Years
It's another sign of the times. A small weekly newspaper that ran for nearly a century in southern Wisconsin has shut down.
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#1 Sep 2, 2008
My late father, Robert Taylor, a long time Professor of Journalism at the University of Wisconsin, devoted the latter years of his teaching career to "community newspapers" - hoping, perhaps against hope, that his students might return to their Wisconsin communities and do what the Stewarts have done so long, and so well.
I think he would be sad to read --in print-- about the lost of yet another community newspaper, but delighted to learn that a more accessible alternative has come about -- the Web page newspaper whose type size can be increased to make the newspaper something to be read again by those with limited sight.
Good luck on your new endeavor.
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