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A Tale of Two Publishers — Harry Chapin was right; even in the publishing world, life is one big circle

Jul 1, 2022

I’ve worked with so many younger people that I sometimes feel like Yoda (for you Star Wars fans) to a sizable group of up-and-coming publishers in our business.

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Explain how the system works

Jul 1, 2022

Far too many of our readers, as evidenced by the support the Jan. 6 insurrectionists still have, do not seem to understand how government works and why threats to it undermine the core of our democratic ...

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Mergers often good for both parties, but don't make headlines

Jul 1, 2022

Mergers can occur more frequently than many realize because acquisitions and closings seem to get the headlines.

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National Summit on Journalism in Rural America shows good journalism is good business

Jul 1, 2022

“I leave hopeful for community newspapers,” one attendee said as she left the National Summit on Journalism in Rural America June 4. And there were reasons to have hope.

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Plan now to recognize first responders

Jul 1, 2022

Are you looking for a project that can energize your news staffs, generate new advertising revenue and underscore the value of a local newspaper to potential new subscribers? Mark Oct. 28 ... 

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Supreme Court rules private lawsuits against federal agents violating first amendment rights not allowed

Jul 1, 2022

In Egbert v. Boule, Justice Clarence Thomas authored an opinion that a bed-and-breakfast inn owner could not sue  ... 

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The Open Courts Act, S 2614, would eliminate fees to the public charged by the federal courts’ Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) system

Jul 1, 2022

Community newspapers are awaiting consideration of the Open Courts Act, S 2614, to eliminate fees to the public charged by the federal courts’ Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) system. The ...

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Through thick and thin, Cecile Wehrman remains the steward of Journal Publishing

Jul 1, 2022

As the owner of Journal Publishing in Crosby, North Dakota, Cecile Wehrman keeps busy churning out the weekly Crosby Journal and Tioga Tribune, where she has worked for the past 23 years. As long as she ...

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US Court of Appeals rules against news organizations

Jul 1, 2022

Boycotts are not protected First Amendment speech if a state wants to restrict participation as a condition of doing business with the state, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 8th Circuit ruled at the ...

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