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May Bulletin

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May Bulletin For most everybody, life has been an anxious grind these last couple of months. Our member newspapers and their dedicated staffs have risen spectacularly to the occasion by reliably keeping their communities well-informed about the COVID-19 pandemic, despite enormous challenges. I shudder at thought of going through this kind of crisis without the

April Bulletin

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April Bulletin Just three weeks ago, I don’t think any of us could have possibly imagined the circumstances that confront us today: stuck at home, the economy strangled, worried about basic survival. We have all been tested, and we have some hard miles to go. A friend of mine who runs an emergency room at

March Bulletin

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March Bulletin The Montana Newspaper Advertising Service is excited this month to announce the launch of an ambitious new statewide, quarter-page display advertising program. Called SQD (squid), the quarter-page ad will complement the SDAP, SCAN and SOAP programs and help sustain the Montana Newspaper Association as the news publishing industry evolves. Like the SDAP, SCAN

MNA January Bulletin

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January Bulletin Happy New Year to all the members and supporters of the Montana Newspaper Association! Our January eBulletin brings news of the revival of the Bigfork Eagle after a four-year hiatus, the awarding of 2020 internship grants, and the official opening of the 2020 MNA Better Newspaper Contest. We’re also excited to announce that

MNA December Bulletin

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December Bulletin I hope that the Montana Newspaper Association’s members and supporters enjoy this first iteration of our new monthly eBulletin. We’re still focused on keeping you up-to-date with the comings, goings, triumphs and intrigues at newspapers around the state. More and more, the most interesting content about the publishing industry appears only online in

Billings Gazette, KTVQ file to intervene in case

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By Billings Gazette The Billings Gazette and KTVQ Communications have filed to intervene in a legal action by three police officers seeking to keep their names out of the news after being disciplined for sexual trysts. The media organizations filed a motion Wednesday to be heard in the case currently under consideration by District Court

It’s been a great ride!

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March 25, 2018 By Jim Strauss, Great Falls Tribune President and Publisher I almost missed out on my chance to be editor of the Tribune back in ’94. I had accepted the position when I learned the company’s health insurance wouldn’t cover preexisting conditions, including my wife’s pregnancy with our second set of twins. After

Pressly resigns as Bozeman Daily Chronicle publisher for position at MSU

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By Bozeman Daily Chronicle Stephanie Pressly, president and publisher of the Bozeman Daily Chronicle and the Belgrade News, announced her resignation Monday to accept a position at Montana State University. “I have been privileged to work with the talented staff at the Chronicle and News for the past 10 years,” said Pressly. “They are a

Member Training Opportunity: Google News Lab, September 23

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Member Training Opportunity Google News Lab September 23 Heritage Inn, Great Falls Click on the following link for details, Google News Lab Training Opportunity

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