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Public notice reporting tips

Aug 1, 2023

Learning from the master: How Jim Lockwood weaves award-winning journalism out of public notices

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WEBINAR RECORDING: Creating Kick-@ss Ads

Feb 20, 2024

This helpful webinar from Metro Creative Graphics provides a comprehensive overview of effective ad design and copywriting techniques to create and sell stellar ads that benefit both your publication and ...

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Celebrate Black History Month with young poet Amanda Gorman

Feb 1, 2024

She’s only in her twenties, yet she has captured hearts and minds throughout America with her powerful poetry. Her poetic work became so acclaimed that she spoke her poem, The Hill We Climb, at the ...

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Celebrate sunshine March 11-15

Feb 1, 2024

Focus on increasing solutions to secrecy attempts; research available

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Don't be guilty of intellectual theft

Feb 1, 2024

I used to assign rookie reporters to interview mayors and police chiefs and others who might be newsworthy. Before they left, we discussed issues that might make a news story and their questions that needed ...

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Eric Meyer of the Marion County Record to speak at NNAF Annual Convention

Feb 1, 2024

Save the date for the 138th Annual Convention & Trade Show: September 26-28, 2024, in Omaha, Nebraska

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Forever, Wherever, Whenever: How technology has changed obituaries

Feb 1, 2024

Once upon a time, most obituaries were a routine affair: a templated list of survivors and a few quick biographical facts. Today, they’re much more likely to offer unique, memorable stories — ...

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Man who says he stole Ouray newspapers is not associated with suspects or police

Feb 1, 2024

From the New York Times to ABC News, outlets far and wide reported the story in the context of efforts to silence the press. The news even reached the U.K.

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