Archive for January, 2013

Slimp: Death – 60 Minutes Tackles Times-Picayune

By Kevin Slimp My 13-year-old son received an iPod Touch for Christmas this year. I know my son. […]

Proposed zoning change riles industrial businesses

By Jim Stasiowski Vernon Stainless, a steel fabricating business along the Shelbourne Canal in east Evansville, has become […]

Colleges asked to aid region

By Jim Stasiowski The federal agency charged with pepping up Appalachia’s anemic economy is turning to state colleges, […]

Cascade State president wants college-community partnership

By Jim Stasiowski A college and the community it serves should work together to improve the quality of […]

Fountain’s demand for business going unmet

By Jim Stasiowski The City of Fountain, roughly 13 miles south of Meridian, is on the precipice of […]

Scottini vows to restore integrity to ISC

By Jim Stasiowski If you like the judicial handiwork of former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor […]

Andrew Zimmern at the MNA Convention

Andrew Zimmern will join MNA Members as the keynote speaker at the Friday, January 25 luncheon at the MNA Convention.

January 8, 2013 – Issue 2

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10 Reasons to Attend Sales Training at #MNACon13

Sam Richter (x2.) Bill Albrecht. The Best Just Got Better. Four advertising sales sessions that you should not […]

Ad-libs: How to work with ad agencies

By John Foust With experience on both the ad agency and media sides of the business, I’ve learned […]