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Gregg Knowles honored for columns

Gregg K. Knowles, a CNPA Associate member, licensed newspaper broker and publisher of the two-edition Smart Shopper papers in Carroll and Denison, Iowa, recently received honors for editorial writing from Midwest Free Community Papers (MFCP). Knowles was awarded first place for his “One Voice of...

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John Edmands, 93

John Edmands, editor and publisher of the old Pleasanton Times from the 1950s until he sold it to Contra Costa Times Publisher Dean Lesher some 30 years later, died April 8, 2017, in England, The Independent in Livermore reported. He was 93. “Publishers in that...

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Circulation Director

The Bulletin is seeking a skilled Circulation Director to join our executive team. This position is based in beautiful Bend, Oregon, one of the top growth markets in the country. The successful candidate will: Lead all circulation-related activities for the 24,000 circulation daily newspaper. Effectively...

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Barstow paper goes weekly

The Desert Dispatch in Barstow will become a weekly beginning Tuesday, April 18, Publisher Amy Pack said. “It’s never easy to change, particularly when a publication has the rich history that the Desert Dispatch does,” Pack said. “But economically it just isn’t feasible for the...

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Pulitzer to East Bay Times for fire coverage

The staff of Bay Area News Group’s East Bay Times has won the Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News Reporting for its coverage of the December 2016 Ghost Ship warehouse fire in Oakland, the newspaper reports. Executive Editor Neil Chase said the company will donate the...

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