• Free Press has launched News Voices: Colorado, a collaboration with the Colorado Media Project and COLab to “ensure that communities across the state have access to the information they need and are represented in the stories being told.” The nonprofit Free Press has an office in Washington, D.C., and remote staff around the country.

• The Marinette Menominee EagleHerald (Wisconsin) is going from an all-print, six-day publication to a combination print and online edition. Starting on Sept. 28, the EagleHerald will come out in print form on Monday, Wednesday and Friday of each week, the paper says. Adams Publishing Group owns the paper.

• William Loughman III, a Fremont business owner, has bought the Fremont Tribune (Nebraska) building on Main Street, the paper reports. Lee Enterprises owns the paper.

Finland-based UPM plans to sell its newsprint plant in Wales in a restructuring, Business Live reports.