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5:03 pm
Mon July 7, 2014

Amid Financial Trouble, Frost Turns to Donations for Help

Frost Illustrated is one of the oldest African-American-owned businesses in Fort Wayne, and one of the leading black voices in the community, as well.

But in recent weeks, the paper has hit some financial trouble, and has turned to the internet for help.

As of Monday, the Frost campaign had raised about a third of its $5,000 goal.

Katy Anderson sat down with Frost’s Managing Editor, Michael Patterson, to find out a little more about the publication’s history and future.

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3:56 pm
Wed January 8, 2014

Richard Inskeep, Former Journal Gazette Publisher, Dies at 89

A longtime Indiana publisher who fought for public access to government and helped ensure that Fort Wayne would remain a two-newspaper city has died.

Former Journal Gazette publisher Richard Inskeep died Wednesday at 89.

Inskeep joined the newspaper in 1949 and worked in nearly every department over the next 48 years. He became vice president of Fort Wayne Newspapers in 1969 and served as the newspaper's publisher from 1973 until 1997.

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