|How do I know if my story is news?|
News is anything that interests you and other readers. It usually is an event that affects you directly or something unusual that you, your family, your friends and neighbors want to know about. Examples of community news items:
Events in your neighborhood, church, school or organization
A new executive or promotion in your company.
An upcoming meeting that is open to the public.
A performance, a play, concert, or other event.
New business opening or expansion project.
A speaker at your civic group or organization.
Call us today. We want to help you publicize your organization's activities. Please call our news clerk, Holly Garey, at (608) 328-4202, ext. 43, or 1-800-236-2240 if you have questions about submitting information about your community news, your meeting notices, your club notes, your business briefs, your school news and more.