Wisconsin Newspapers

Wisconsin, known for its rich cultural heritage and diverse landscapes, has a variety of local newspapers that reflect the state's multifaceted communities. The Baraboo News Republic focuses on Sauk County, covering local news and events and important issues such as conservation and governance. Further south, the Janesville Gazette serves Rock County, providing in-depth coverage of community events, education, and local politics. On the eastern side of the state, the Racine Journal Times offers key insights into Racine County, featuring everything from manufacturing industry news to local arts and culture.

These newspapers serve as critical touchpoints for their communities, offering a comprehensive view of life in the Badger State.

Janesville Gazette

The Janesville Gazette stands as the cornerstone of journalism in Rock County, Wisconsin. Our commitment to delivering timely and insightful news keeps the Janesville community well-informed and engaged. From the latest city council developments to high school sports triumphs, we thoroughly look at the daily happenings in Janesville and beyond. Get to know the pulse of your city with in-depth articles on local business, community events, and important legislative updates that impact your life. Discover Janesville's stories and become a Gazette subscriber today for news that matters to you.

Kenosha News

The Kenosha News is a morning daily newspaper published in Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA, serving southeastern Wisconsin and northeastern Illinois. It is the original and flagship property of United Communications Corporation. The Kenosha Evening News, as it was originally named, was first published in 1894. During its first two years of publication, the newspaper had a circulation of fewer than 400 copies. During the turn of the twentieth century, the number of copies sold daily increased to 1,100. The number of copies that were being sold tripled and kept growing; 3,000 by 1915, 10,000 in 1925, 18,000 by 1947. Published by Kenneth L. Dowdell, the paper as of 2012 circulates on average 25,000 copies. The News also prints a 48,000-circulation Kenosha weekly newspaper, The Bulletin; a shopper, the Bargaineer; and an Illinois weekly, the 3,000-circulation Zion-Benton News. The headquarters are located at 5800 Seventh Avenue, Kenosha, Wisconsin 53140.

La Crosse Tribune

The La Crosse Tribune is a daily newspaper published in La Crosse, Wisconsin, covering the tri-state area of Wisconsin, Iowa, and Minnesota in the United States. The paper was first founded in 1904, following a media scandal in which existing publications failed to report on the recent creation of a power monopoly in La Crosse. Today, the paper is owned by Lee Enterprises and is part of the River Valley Media Group.

Racine Journal Times

The Racine Journal Times is the trusted voice of Racine County, Wisconsin, bringing the community together with authoritative news coverage of local government, business, and sports. Our in-depth reporting on the area’s developments, from the bustling waterfront to the industrious city center, keeps residents informed and engaged. Discover Racine's latest news and subscribe to the Journal Times for stories that matter to you.