The Columbia (Mo.) Daily Tribune's managing editor has announced he'll be leaving the newspaper this summer.
Charles Westmoreland told newsroom staff earlier this month he'd be departing in late June or early July to return to Alaska with his family. He and his family relocated to Columbia from Juneau.MORE
Tricia Johnston, an accomplished newspaper and marketing executive, has been appointed publisher of The Goshen News.MORE
Borrell Associates has announced management changes that include the promotion of Jim Brown to the role of president and Colby Atwood transitioning to executive director and senior advisor. It is the second management change since February, when the company promoted Corey Elliott to senior vice president of Local Market Intelligence.MORE
Brian Skoloff, an Associated Press video journalist who has covered numerous big stories across the United States while training many text reporters on visual storytelling, has been appointed West deputy news director for video.MORE
Joseph Leong has been named senior group publisher for Lake Media. He will oversee operations in the lake area for all of GateHouse Media's holdings.MORE
Wayne Smith has taken the reins as editor of the Palatka Daily News and leader of the paper's award-winning news team.MORE
Tim Reeves has rejoined the staff of The Vicksburg (Miss.) Post.
Reeves, a veteran journalist, served as president, editor and publisher of The Post from September 2014 to August 2017, when he left to open his own newspaper and media consulting business.MORE
PJ Browning, president and publisher of The Post and Courier in Charleston, was elected president of the South Carolina Press Association at the group's Annual Meeting Saturday at The Marriott in Columbia.MORE
The South Carolina Senate has honored retiring Associated Press journalist Jack Jones for his more than 40 years in news media.
State Sen. Dick Harpootlian took to the Senate floor, one day before Jones retired after 25 years with the AP.MORE
Brent A. Powers has been named president of the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. He succeeds Todd Nelson, who announced his retirement recently.MORE
Ames (Iowa) Tribune Publisher Scott Anderson announced this week that he will be stepping down from his position to pursue other opportunities.
Anderson said his last day at the Tribune will be June 7.More
After a career in the newspaper business of more than 48 years – 33 of which have been spent in Greeneville, Tenn., with The Greeneville Sun and its sister companies – John E. Cash, has announced his retirement, effective July 31.
Having held several positions in a company that is now owned by the Adams family of Adams Publishing Group (APG), Cash for the last two years has been acting as general manager of The Greeneville Sun and chief revenue officer for Adams Publishing Group's Tennessee/North Carolina/Virginia region.
Family-owned Adams Publishing Group, based in Minneapolis, Minn., also announced the hiring of GateHouse Media executive Paul W. Mauney to succeed Cash.More