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Newspaper in Education content available to NNA members; committee plans for 2023-2024

May 1, 2022

For 2023-2024, the committee discussed STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) topics and sourcing scientists from all over the Midwest. With the upcoming April 8, 2024, total solar eclipse, ...

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Oh newspapers, how I love thee — let me count the ways

May 1, 2022

In a world growing more conscious of climate change, it is more important than ever to promote all the zero-waste aspects of your newspaper.

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Today, newspapers are making legal notices more visible than ever

May 1, 2022

if you’re a property owner like the folks of Fayette County, Texas, you’d appreciate knowing if an out-of-town company is seeking a permit to dump Austin sewage sludge in a field beside the ...

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What’s happened to nuts and bolts of public safety reporting?

May 1, 2022

Crime and public safety are garnering more headlines across the country. Law enforcement and racial disparities in the criminal justice system are under increasing scrutiny. Newspapers play a key role ...

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Bob Bonnar pours all his talents and enthusiasm into community journalism

Apr 1, 2022

Bob Bonnar later sold the newspaper and returned to Newcastle as editor of the News Letter Journal. He is now a co-owner with his business partner, Robb Hicks, and serves as publisher. 

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Through the viewfinder ⁠— 2nd quarter 2022

Apr 1, 2022

Winning photographs in the Second Quarter 2022 Pub Aux Photo contest, taken from March 10, 2021, to March 10, 2022, captured detail.

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Use your special insight to recommend election choices

Apr 1, 2022

If the newspaper as a community institution advocates for or against a position taken by an elected body, why not advance equally strong convictions about the people who ultimately will make those decisions?

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You still can’t beat names and faces if you’re looking to attract readers

Mar 22, 2022

Keith Barlow, publisher of The Milledgeville (GA) Union-Recorder, shares his Faces and Places contest. 

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‘60 Minutes’ report on crisis in local journalism gives local media opportunity to elaborate, reinforce message

Mar 1, 2022

Most of those stories, and the belief that “journalism is essential for the survival of American democracy,” as one former reporter put it, are familiar to readers of The Rural Blog. But they ...

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