New Spanish-language Publication Hits Wisconsin

On Friday, September 15th, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin welcomed its first Spanish-language publication ever.

Que Pasa, a free weekly paper, is being touted as a combined effort between The Reporter, the Fond du Lac Public Library and the Hispanic community.

The paper will be available at local grocery stores and Mexican restaurants in the area.

Bob Carew, president and publisher of The Reporter, said that he is excited by the opportunity to connect with the city's growing Hispanic population.

Que Pasa made its debut at the Mexican Independence Day celebration at the Fond du Lac County Fairgrounds.


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