Community Newspaper News

Newspaper training experiment a success

August 1, 2015

This week ended the “great experiment.”

Connecting with your community through a weekly column

August 1, 2015

One of the best pieces of advice offered me when my wife, Connie, and I started The N’West Iowa REVIEW came from the editor of the newspaper where we printed: “You need to write a weekly column,” he told me, “You need to let your readers know who you are and what you believe.”

Don’t talk to this editor about Buzzfeed

August 1, 2015

Abigail Whitehouse does not think print is dead. 

How 3 Vermont newspapers keep the presses rolling

August 1, 2015

You’d have to be living under a rock to have missed the media news of the decade: Newspapers are struggling to survive in a world of readers who believe good journalism should be free—and delivered to their cellphones.

School stories can be hot topics for the fall

July 6, 2015

School’s out, but it will resume next month, and recently The Rural Blog has had several items about education that could be localized or used as stories.

‘I saw firsthand the good a newspaper can do’

July 6, 2015

Like many kids who grow up with a newspaper in their family, Jace Ponder spent Friday nights photographing football games with his dad, Randy Ponder, editor and publisher of the Sea Coast Echo in Bay St. Louis, MS.

NC paper sets Internet record with breaking news story

July 6, 2015

Three members of the Pilot’s top newsroom management team collectively log nearly a century’s worth of newsroom experience, but in all those years, not one of them has ever experienced anything close to their community’s reaction after their county school board blew up last month.

Not having a great year? Here’s why

June 1, 2015

“It’s a quarter to three,” sang Frank Sinatra, “no one in the place ’cept you and me.” 

Potter wants to spur innovation at community newspapers

June 1, 2015

Sitting in a small Mexican restaurant in the heart of Gallatin, MO, Walt Potter is talking newspapers with the owners of the North Missourian—Darryl and Elizabeth Wilkinson.

New papers popping up all over

May 1, 2015

I’m in the midst of one of those crazy, multi-town, trips that leaves little time for remembering what happened yesterday because I’m too busy getting ready for today.

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