Ware named editor of The Sun in Bremerton <br> Brewer promoted to editor of The Albuquerque Tribune
Mon, August 06, 2001 by Mark Kroeger
CINCINNATI – Scott Ware, editor of The Albuquerque Tribune, has been named editor of The Sun in Bremerton, Wash., effective Aug. 1.Kelly Brewer, The Tribune’s managing editor, will succeed Ware as editor in Albuquerque, also effective Aug. 1. Ware succeeds Brian Stallcop, who is leaving The Sun to become a stockbroker. “Scott Ware is a creative and thoughtful newsroom executive who throughout his career has demonstrated his commitment to quality journalism,” said Alan M. Horton, senior vice president of newspapers for Scripps. “He brings a wealth of ideas and experience with him to Bremerton, which reflects our commitment at Scripps to deliver one of the Northwest’s finest local newspapers.” “Kelly Brewer, Scott’s successor in Albuquerque, is equally dedicated to fair, useful and interesting news coverage,” Horton said. “Also, she’s a New Mexican and she’s committed to editing a thought-provoking newspaper that’s intensely local in focus. Kelly has been instrumental in helping The Tribune earn many awards and recognition for remarkable journalism.”The Tribune has been a finalist for a Pulitzer Prize (1996) and was a first-place winner in the 1998 and 2001 National Headliner Awards. The Tribune also was the winner of three first-place awards in the Best of Scripps annual contest for 2000, more than any other Scripps newspaper.Ware, 47, has been editor of The Tribune since 1995. He came to Albuquerque from San Juan, Puerto Rico, where he had served first as managing editor (1991-92) then editor (1992-94) of The San Juan Star, formerly a Scripps newspaper. He joined Scripps in 1975 as a reporter for The Commercial Appeal in Memphis. During his 16 years in Memphis, he also served as city editor, news editor and night managing editor.Ware began his career in 1970 at his hometown newspaper, The Meridian (Miss.) Star, while still in high school, working first as a proofreader and copy boy and then as a sports and news reporter. He has a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Mississippi.Brewer, 41, has been managing editor of The Albuquerque Tribune since 1999. She first joined the newspaper in 1983 as a reporter and copy editor. After working briefly as a student newspaper adviser at the University of California at San Francisco, Brewer returned to The Tribune and has since served as the newspaper’s assistant managing editor, assistant news editor and news editor.A 1982 graduate of the University of New Mexico, Brewer also has worked as a reporter for The Associated Press (1982-83) and as a freelance book editor, with a concentration on behavioral and social science textbooks published by Basic Books, Lexington Books and McGraw Hill.The Albuquerque Tribune and The Sun are owned and operated by The E. W. Scripps Company. The Tribune, an afternoon newspaper and minority partner in a joint operating agreement, publishes six days a week, Monday through Saturday. It has a daily circulation of about 19,000 newspapers. The Sun, a morning newspaper, publishes seven days a week, with a daily circulation of about 34,000. The Sun has a Sunday circulation of 37,000 newspapers. The E.W. Scripps Company is a diverse media concern with interests in newspaper publishing, broadcast television, national television networks and interactive media. Scripps operates 21 daily newspapers, 10 broadcast TV stations and three cable television networks, with plans to launch a fourth.Scripps national television network brands include Home & Garden Television, Food Network, Do It Yourself and Fine Living, due to launch in the second half of 2001.The company also operates Scripps Howard News Service, United Media, the worldwide licensing and syndication home of PEANUTS and DILBERT, and 31 Web sites, including hgtv.com, foodtv.com, diynet.com and comics.com.