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Cardinal hires judge to review church sex abuse policies CARTHAGE, Mo. – Developers now say the as-yet unnamed paper will go to print in the middle of October. While many details of the operation are still in the planning stages, they say they will offer the first few editions for free. “People need to see this thing, they need to hold it, they need to know that it’s there before we ask them to pay money to, for us to give it to them.” says former Carthage reporter John Hacker. The Carthage Press ended operations last month after 140 years in print. This Carthage-based project would be the second paper to start since then, following the Carthage Chronicle published by a group out of Sarcoxie. Copyright 2018 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. Copyright 2018 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc.
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CT Sept. 19, 2018 | Updated 3:43 p.m. CT Sept. 19, 2018 The progressive alternative newspaper Wisconsin Gazette will publish its final issue Thursday after nearly nine years in business. The final goodbye issue will hit newsstands Thursday while its website, http://www.wisconsingazette.com , will continue through the election in November. The news organization is folding because its management does not foresee a sustainable future for the publication. The newspaper’s publisher, Louis Weisberg, said the Gazette never broke even during its time in publication. The Gazette did not attract enough print advertising to sustain the publication and the owner, Leonard Sobczak, had been supporting the paper, Weisberg said. “Without professional reporting, there can be no democracy,” Weisberg said. “It pains me to be yet another example of a failed professional print product because — and this really held us off from closing — because we don’t want to increase the perception that it’s a dying industry. This is self-perpetuating. People say that it’s dying and it dies.” The Gazette had been printing 28,000 copies of its free, bi-weekly publication for distribution in the Milwaukee area. Its circulation was cut from 32,000 a few months ago when the Gazette stopped distribution in Madison. Weisberg said he received calls, emails and Facebook messages from readers that showed the audience was engaged with the publication. The paper was founded as a news outlet serving Wisconsin’s LGBT community. The Gazette expanded its mission as a progressive publication in 2014.
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