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The Spirit of ’76: Protecting us against the Putin Playbook

By Ken Paulson As we gather to celebrate Independence Day, it’s a good time to reflect on how […]

The Time to Support Local News is Now

by Dean Ridings CEO, America’s Newspapers Congress has an opportunity to pass legislation that benefits all local citizens, […]

What’s Happened to Nuts and Bolts of Public Safety Reporting?

By Jim Pumarlo Crime and public safety are garnering more headlines across the country. Law enforcement and racial […]

National Summit Sparks a Continuing Effort for Innovation and Sustainability in Rural Journalism

Here’s an initial report. By Al Cross Director and Professor, Institute for Rural Journalism and Community Issues, University […]

A Good Idea is Worth the Wait

By John Foust Greensboro, NC When I was a kid and jumped to conclusions about something, my father […]

Use Your Special Insight to Recommend Election Choices

By Jim Pumarlo Coverage of public affairs – recording the actions and inactions of governing bodies from local […]

Between Takes

By Russell Viers Thoughts from the Set of It’s Time to Make Photo Quality the Priority Over […]

The Importance of Proofreading

By John Foust Proofreading is one of the most important skills in the advertising world. While anybody with […]

Seize Opportunity to Steer, Moderate Election Noise

By Jim Pumarlo Election coverage was a priority when I toiled behind the editor’s desk. It was all-hands-on-deck […]

Rural America Needs Help Hiring Journalists

By Reed Anfinson Not long ago, we received a phone call from a newspaper owner asking if we […]