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Publishers' Auxiliary Articles

PRC outlines future ‘skyrocketing’ postal costs

Mar 1, 2020

Imagine that you are spending $250 a week at your local post office, mailing some 2,000 newspapers to your readers. Service is pretty good, so long as you do most of the work: sort the papers by the carrier’s ...

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Publishers’ Auxiliary Digital Edition by eType Services

The National Newspaper Association, in partnership with eType Services, is making Publishers' Auxiliary available in an interactive online version.

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'A Walk Around' engages readers and interests advertisers

May 6, 2020

"Back in the early days of the stay-at-home order when people were trying to find ways to stay occupied, I put together a game called 'A Walk Around Oakland,'" Hunt explained. "Each stop was a place or ...

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At 100, still writing, still ‘happy as can be’

May 1, 2020

Even in hard times, newspaper columnist looks through ‘Rohse Colored Glasses’

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Sonoma newspapers becoming nonprofit

May 1, 2020

To keep local journalism alive, the owners of this newspaper and three other community newspapers in Sonoma County are transferring their ownership to a new nonprofit created to help the papers compete ...

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Schools aren’t open, but ample school news remains

May 1, 2020

With a shelter-in-place in order for Californians until further notice (as of April 23), Sonoma County Local News Initiative’s staff of eight reporters has shifted to working remotely to cover virtual ...

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On this Memorial Day, we can all look at our American flags and think about the many sacrifices

May 1, 2020

At the time of this writing on April 23, there are only 240 veterans that have no photo at all, including seven from California, 10 from Georgia, three from Michigan, 111 from New York, four from Virginia, ...

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Johnson to retire after transition of Wisconsin’s Dodge County newspapers

May 1, 2020

There is a time and season for everything. My time as your hometown newspaper owner/publisher has come to an end.  

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