March 9, 2012 - 2:13am
An electronic edition of the Courier was made available on the evil internet, and the publishers assure us that Friday's edition of the paper will be delivered at its normal time. Some may find this use of the electronic media a bit ironic.
Didn’t get your daily newspaper this morning? Did the absence of sports news and the continuing adventures of Dagwood and Blondie seriously affect your morning routine? Well, the folks over at the Courier-Journal’s pressroom had a little fire in the wee hours of Thursday...
December 2, 2011 - 9:05am
Local news for Dec. 1, 2011
"Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Richie Farmer is defending the hire of his girlfriend to the department as a special assistant." [WFPL]
June 21, 2011 - 7:49pm
The sad demise of a once-great newspaper. Not a pretty thing to watch.
The Gannett Company, the nation's largest newspaper publisher, is reportedly laying off another 700 employees today. Some reports indicate that few as 30, or as many as 70 of these redundancies will occur at it’s Louisville Courier-Journal publication. Gannett's newspaper...
June 22, 2011 - 9:03am
Sources are telling Louisville.com that 50 employees have been laid off at the Louisville Courier Journal, in what seems to be a nationwide two percent staff reduction by the Courier's parent company Gannett.
Sources are telling Louisville.com that 36 employees have been laid off at the Louisville Courier Journal, in what seems to be a nationwide two percent staff reduction by the Courier's parent company Gannett.Sources tell Louisville.com that some of the cuts are coming from the the weekly...