BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (AP) — Brothers Scott and Steve Gaines will share leadership of the Daily News with their father, Pipes Gaines.
The Bowling Green newspaper announced the changes Wednesday (http://bit.ly/13j7puX ).
Scott Gaines, formerly general manager, was named co-publisher of News Publishing, and Steve Gaines was named editor.
A fifth generation in the newspaper family, the brothers will share the reins of the operation with Pipes Gaines, who will remain co-publisher.
Steve Gaines will continue to maintain the family's voice on the editorial page.
Kent O'Toole, former advertising manager, was named general manager.
Photographer Joe Imel was named assistant managing editor for the online edition. Former city editor Daniel Pike stepped into the role of assistant managing editor for the print edition, and former reporter Deborah Highland was named city editor.
Andy Dennis remains managing editor.
Information from: Daily News, http://www.bgdailynews.com