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Wick Communications veteran Ken Harty has been named publisher of the Madison (South Dakota) Daily Leader.
Virginia Black will start in her new position on June 3, and will be based in Lafayette.
The Florida Press Association (FPA) and Intersect Media (IM) have announced the appointment of Carolyn Nolte as their new president and chief executive officer.
A longtime McAlester (Oklahoma) News-Capital journalist and editor who died unexpectedly is being remembered as “an old-fashioned reporter.”
Seattle Times publisher and CEO Frank Blethen will step down at the end of 2025 after four decades leading the family-owned company.
Meredith Delaney has been appointed president and CEO of the Scripps Howard Fund, the philanthropic arm of The E.W. Scripps Company, effective May 8. She succeeds Liz Carter, whose retirement was announced in January.
Edward "Ed" L. Johnson, a longtime executive editor of The Gainesville (Florida) Sun for more than two decades who oversaw the newspaper during its two Pulitzer Prize wins, died April 23 from complications of Alzheimer's disease. He was 92.
The Kerrville (Texas)  Daily Times welcomed its new publisher, Greg Burney, on April 22. He succeeds Jennifer McCullough, who announced her retirement March 6.
David Dishman, business, growth and development editor at the Austin (Texas) American-Statesman, has been named the Coloradoan’s new executive editor. Dishman replaces Eric Larsen, who left in January to become executive editor of the Indianapolis Star, part of the USA TODAY Network.
Jennie Overfelt has been named the publisher and president of The LaGrange (Georgia) Daily News and The Valley Times-News and their affiliated print and digital publications.
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The Star Tribune Media Company, the largest news organization in the Midwest, has announced the promotion of Kavita Kumar to community engagement director and the addition of Melissa Wind as head of philanthropic partnerships.
John Brewer, whose coast-to-coast journalism career spanned 50 years, including nearly two decades at The Associated Press, has died. He was 76.
A courageous correspondent who reported from the world’s trouble spots. A supporter of humanitarian causes. A good friend. Those were among the reactions to the death of Terry Anderson, the former chief Middle East correspondent for The Associated Press.
Boone Newsmedia, Inc., has appointed Brent Maze as the publisher of The Selma (Alabama) Times-Journal and The Demopolis Times.
Glendive Ranger-Review reporter Hunter Herbaugh has been promoted to editor of the Miles City (Montana) Star. He takes over for retiring editor Andy Prutsok beginning on March 25.
Nathaniel Abraham Jr., publisher of Carolina Panorama in Columbia, has been elected president of the South Carolina Press Association after a vote of the press association’s membership.
Manny García is the new editor in chief of Houston Landing, CEO Peter Bhatia announced Friday. Angel Rodríguez will join him as managing editor. 
The Star Tribune Media Company has announced that its long-time editorial page editor, Scott Gillespie, is retiring. Following a storied, 32-year career at the Star Tribune, Gillespie’s last day will be Monday, June 3.
Seasoned vet promoted to senior vice president, general manager and head, global licensing.
The Suffolk News-Herald and its affiliated publications have announced the appointment of Lindsay Richardson as publisher, succeeding Betty Ramsey.
SCS is excited to announce the hiring of Ambrose Cavalier as an applications developer, effective May 20.
Chip Minemyer, publisher of The Tribune-Democrat in Johnstown and The Times-News of Cumberland, Maryland, has been named publisher of The Daily Item (Sunbury, Pennsylvania) and The Danville News, CNHI announced Monday.
Beverly Joyce has been named publisher of the Tribune-Star in Terre Haute, Indiana.