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Sarah Dowling to editor in Woodland

Sarah Dowling this week becomes editor of MediaNews Group's Daily Democrat in Woodland, the newspaper reports. Dowling, a Sonoma State alum, had been assistant editor and joined the company...

19 new CNPA Members approved

The CNPA Board of Directors approved 19 applications for membership during its Feb. 4 Quarterly Meeting. The new CNPA Members are: Alenteshar Newspaper (Weekly), Los Angeles Alianza Metropolitan News (Bi-Weekly), San Jose California Health...

Board approves bylaws revision

The CNPA Board of Directors on Feb. 4 approved a CNPA Bylaws revision that aims to foster membership inclusion. The changes acknowledge mixed print and digital subscriptions and days...

Two apply for CNPA membership

Alianza Metropolitan News has applied for Active membership in CNPA. Rossana Drumond is publisher of the San Jose-based twice-monthly, founded in 1986. Ethnic Media Services has applied for Digital...

Santana to president of CalAware

Norberto Santana Jr., founder and publisher of Voice of OC, a CNPA Digital Member, has been elected president of the Sacramento-basked First Amendment advocacy group Californians...

Peg Johnson, 84

Peg Johnson, former editor and publisher of the weekly Santa Ynez Valley News, died Dec. 30, 2021, in Nevada, The Valley News reports. She was 84. Johnson owned...

Four apply for CNPA membership

Impulso has applied for Active membership in CNPA. Mireya Olivera is publisher of the Los Angeles-based bi-weekly, founded in 2004. Alenteshar Newspaper has applied for Active membership in...

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