A mother of four is doing what she can to help the newspaper industry stay alive.
Her paper, "The Clintonville Chronicle" hit stands this past Tuesday, and sold out in a couple of days.
"They need to know what's going on in the community, their tax dollars especially. They need to know what's going on and what decisions are being made on their behalf," said Owner and Publisher Tricia Rose.
Tricia says after leaving a rival newspaper in town, she dreamed of opening her own, even though larger papers across the country are struggling.
"Tight knit communities want to know whats going on down the street and they came up to us and said we want this and I just said lets do it," said Co-owner Greg Rose.
Tricia financed the business by herself this spring and hired three people to help her create her weekly paper, covering the Clintonville, Bear Creek and Embarrass areas.
Owners of local businesses who are helping sell the newspaper say they had a hard time keeping the "Chronicle" stocked.
With one week down and many more to go they're already getting ready for this Tuesday's print.
If you would like to find more about the Clintonville chronicle, follow the link provided below.