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Publisher Editor Les Zaitz (left) confers with reporter Pat Caldwell.

Les Zaitz rescues a struggling weekly and elevates local news to award-winning journalism

On a chilly day a week before Thanksgiving, Les Zaitz couldn’t stay on the phone long. He was preparing to welcome a pair of donkeys to his ranch and had work to do. He is most happy when he’s ... December 1, 2019

HR 2382 would remove 100% prefunding requirement enacted in 2006

Legislation that would relieve the U.S. Postal Service of more than $50 billion in debt is nearing a critical support threshold that could finally reach the House of Representatives floor in the 116th ... December 1, 2019

Publishers evaluate payroll with FLSA salary threshold increase on the horizon

Q: Please explain again how a nonexempt journalist can be paid a salary. A: Happy to. Now that the new Fair Labor Standards Act salary threshold is set to go into effect next year, a lot of companies ... December 1, 2019

Regional and community papers alike need to come together to ask questions and share answers

The fallout was immediate. Within 24 hours after the nonprofit ProPublica Illinois and the Chicago Tribune published their investigation in mid-November into the use of seclusion rooms to isolate students ... December 1, 2019

Bordewyk named executive director of South Dakota News Watch

David Bordewyk, a widely respected media leader for the past 25 years, is joining South Dakota News Watch as its executive director effective Nov. 1, the nonprofit organization announced. Bordewyk, a ... December 1, 2019

Postal Q & A: Statements of ownership run in text form? Late?

These are questions to the NNA postal hotline that may be of interest to all members but with names and titles removed to protect the identity of the location asking. Q: We forgot to file our Statement ... December 1, 2019

2020 NNA Better Newspaper Contest open for entries

PENSACOLA, Florida — The National Newspaper Association’s Better Newspaper Editorial Contest and Better Newspaper Advertising Contest are now open for entries. Newspapers may upload their submissions ... December 1, 2019

NNA Foundation D.C. fellowship is back!

We are pulling together the 2020 NNAF Fellowship in D.C. The theme is “Presidential Politics: a 20/20 View.”  This is an exciting opportunity for journalism students in your state. The ... December 1, 2019

The Perfect Tree

Every year, for those of us who prefer real Christmas trees, the search is on for the perfect tree. It needs to be tall, but not too tall. It needs to be full, but not too full, and it helps to have a ... December 1, 2019

Sale of News-Gazette Media closed

CHAMPAIGN, Illinois — The sale of the News-Gazette and its related broadcast operations in central Illinois has closed following approvals from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court and regulatory agencies. December 1, 2019

Utah Press Association joins all member newspapers as NNA members

Pensacola, Florida — After months of negotiation, Executive Director Lynne Lance is happy to announce that all Utah Press Association members have joined NNA effective September 1.  December 1, 2019

Copyright Office publishes new filing deadline and formatting rules

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The United States Copyright Office has published its final rules requiring newspapers filing for copyright under group registration rules to file online. Paper applications will ... December 1, 2019

Are community papers akin to a circus?

There are times when producing a community paper can seem like being in a circus. One moment you are the acrobat balancing your way across a high wire, and the next, you’re the featured clown. I ... December 1, 2019

Community newspaper still most trusted source of info

“Are you winning?” the elderly man asked, his casino player's member­ship card dangling around his neck.  “No,” I replied, hitting the button marked L. “I'm in town ... December 1, 2019

Margaret Kincaid Look

Margaret K. Look, affectionately known to her family as “Meema,” died Oct. 21, 2019, in Billings, Montana, at the age of 103. Margaret was born Aug. 5, 1916, in Bristol, Virginia, to Samuel ... December 1, 2019

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Lee Enterprises and TownNews partner with Google News Initiative to develop paywall technology

In a rapidly expanding digital universe, maximizing the value of unique content presents a great challenge. For years, publishers have struggled to balance the need to maintain and grow their online news ... December 1, 2019

Metro offers shortcuts to help newspapers increase digital traffic

Looking for new ways to drive audience and advertiser engagement online? Here are a few ideas — and time-saving shortcuts — your publication can use to start generating increased interest and ... December 1, 2019

‘Unsung Heroes’ helped Galena promote community volunteerism

Volunteers benefit communities immeasurably. They fight fires. They help the less fortunate. They make history come to life. They free passengers from overturned cars. They help people at the worst moment ... December 1, 2019

Meet them where they are

Tim manages an ad sales team. “When I started my career in the newspaper business, I quickly learned that advertisers can be worlds apart in their knowledge of marketing,” he said. “That’s ... December 1, 2019

I love you guys

I’ve been a consultant for 30 years ... a newspaper editor and manager for 20 years before that. At the end of this year, I’ll retire — officially and for good. It’s been a wonderful, ... December 1, 2019

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