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‘It was the best time to start a newspaper’

Oct 30, 2020

Cathie Shaffer launches Greenup Gazette in northeast Kentucky

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Courier-Journal editor draws inspiration from 2020 Pulitzer Prize win

Jul 1, 2020

Green recalls Dec. 2, 2019, as the day his newsroom got a tip that then-Governor of Kentucky Matt Bevins was slated to pardon and commute the sentences of more than 600 people who had been convicted of ...

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The little things in life sustain the West Essex (NJ) Tribune

Jul 1, 2020

Publisher Jenny Cone Chciuk rescued Georgie from an animal shelter last spring, and she says during these challenging times, the puppy is uniquely qualified for her job description, which mainly focuses ...

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Missouri newspapers flaunt bipartisan banners and showcase colorful histories

May 28, 2020

On a late-April day, early in the COVID-19 pandemic, Dennis Warden was holding down the fort at the Gasconade County Republican of Owensville, Missouri. His skeleton crew was out doing their jobs, and ...

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Successful community newspaper publisher shares the secrets of success

May 28, 2020

Jason and Amanda purchased the paper at a time when newspapers were beginning to struggle from the recession. Since that time, the Journal has grown 80%.

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Harrison County: Ground Zero

Apr 1, 2020

Weekly Cynthiana (Kentucky) Democrat springs into action and publishes special Monday edition to show spread of COVID-19

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Small but mighty, this Eagle soars

Feb 3, 2020

You might say The (Chadron State College) Eagle is a journeyman’s newspaper, where students build solid skills and graduate ready for work. Eagle adviser Michael Kennedy, who also teaches journalism ...

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Les Zaitz rescues a struggling weekly and elevates local news to award-winning journalism

Dec 1, 2019

On a chilly day a week before Thanksgiving, Les Zaitz couldn’t stay on the phone long. He was preparing to welcome a pair of donkeys to his ranch and had work to do. He is most happy when he’s ...

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As newspapers consolidate operations, weeklies work together to stay in print

Oct 1, 2019

Despite having to find a new printer for his newspapers on short notice, Kirk Kern considers himself lucky. Last July, Kern, the chief operating officer of Battle Born Media in Boulder City, Nevada, received ...

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