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Jonathan Newhall, 79

Jon Newhall, a member of a California newspaper family, died Feb. 19, 2021, in Oakland following a pulmonary embolism, brother Tony Newhall reported. He was...

Karen Northrop-Babineau, 73

Karen Northrop-Babineau, former publisher and editor of the old Glendora Community News, died Feb. 21, 2021, at San Dimas Community Hospital due to COVID-19 complications,...

Silvy to editor at Argus-Courier

Tyler Silvy in February began as editor of Sonoma Media Investments' Petaluma Argus-Courier, Publisher Emily Charrier reported. Silvy had been a county government reporter and Sunday editor at...

John Futch, 75

John Futch, a former managing editor and executive news editor at Southern California News Group's Press-Telegram in Long Beach, died Feb. 26, 2021, in Cambodia after suffering...

John Burks, 83

John Burks, former Journalism Department chair at San Francisco State University, and the first managing editor for Rolling Stone magazine, died Feb. 17, 2021, in...

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...

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