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Going digital: Printed newspapers a thing of the past for Sheboygan journalism students (with video)

10:18 PM, Sep. 17, 2013
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After a combined 178 years of producing printed copies of their school newspapers, Sheboygan North and South high schools have moved solely to online versions this school year.

It's a move other high schools and colleges, such as the UWM Post at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, have made in recent years, but North and South are the only schools in Sheboygan County to make the change so far.

For South in particular, it will mean the discontinuation of the state's second longest, continuously running printed high school newspaper, said former newspaper teacher Terry Shircel. ...

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