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Teri Saylor

Teri Saylor is a writer in Raleigh, North Carolina. Contact her at terisaylor@hotmail.com

George Fiala: ‘Newspapers are full of adventures’

Fiala, who lives in Brooklyn, discovered Red Hook when he started Select Mail. He found a large building, established his business in the front, and installed a café and stage in the back where ...

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No journalism experience? No problem — Rocco and Julie Maglio parlay their STEM educations into a thriving newspaper

With a pinch of nostalgia and a heaping portion of love for a community that seemed a little empty without a local newspaper, the Maglios cooked up the Hernando Sun, a weekly in Brooksville, Florida, that ...

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Covering the news, no matter what

Despite arrests and police raids, watchdog newspapers keep on watching

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The Edgerton Reporter, a ‘weekly miracle’ for 150 years

This year, the Edgerton Reporter celebrates its 150th year of weekly miracles. It’s also a sentimental anniversary for Everson, who spent most of her adult life laboring alongside her parents, Helen ...

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New Mexico Local News Fund boosts newsrooms large and small

The newspaper has launched a new podcast, thanks to the New Mexico Local News Fund’s Accelerator program, which is providing $6,000 grants and six months of consulting services to 17 local newsrooms ...

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Local reporters struggle and shine covering Alex Murdaugh murder trial

For national media, the trial brought a bonanza. But some local newspapers that cover the low country and come face-to-face with their readers every day were out of their comfort zone.

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The future of journalism in northeast Wisconsin lies at the intersection of newspapers, big tech, universities and football

What do Multi Media Channels of Wisconsin, Microsoft, Nicolet Bank and the Green Bay Packers have in common?

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With Jay Bender’s help, Murdaugh trial is a lesson in the value of court access

Alex Murdaugh, a former partner at The Parker Law Group (formerly Peters Murdaugh Parker Eltzroth and Detrick) is on trial, accused of shooting his son Paul with a shotgun at close range and his wife Maggie ...

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Celebrating 50 years of newspaper ownership, Roy Eaton is still in the game

Fifty years have gone by since Roy and Jeannine Eaton bought the Wise County Messenger, and their adventure continues.

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Cherokee Phoenix continues to soar

Over 141,000 of those Cherokee Nation citizens reside within the tribe’s reservation boundaries — an area comprised of 14 counties in northeastern Oklahoma. It’s a vast community for ...

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Sioux City (Iowa) Journal editor has been keeping a fresh perspective on news for 43 years

After interviewing the dozens of U.S. presidential candidates that have paraded through the Sioux City (Iowa) Journal over the last 43 years, one thing stands out in Bruce Miller’s memory — ...

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Cheryl Vespoint: Work hard and never give up

Cheryl Vespoint has published The Barberton (Ohio) Herald since 2004, after purchasing it from her mother and stepfather, David Allen Richardson and Catherine Ann Robertson.

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Get to know your First Amendment freedoms

First Amendment Day is coming up on Sept. 25! It’s a great day to reflect on the five freedoms the First Amendment protects.

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Nonprofit Highlands Current still going strong after 10 years in circulation

Before Stewart died in 2014, he converted his enterprise into a reader-funded, nonprofit news organization to keep it going with community support, Rowe said. In 2016, the newspaper’s board changed ...

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At Wyoming Newspapers, Mark DeLap does it all

“I know you don’t become rich and famous as a small-town editor, but this is a job I enjoy,” Mark DeLap, editor, Platte County Record-Times and the Guernsey Gazette, said. “I’m ...

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Through thick and thin, Cecile Wehrman remains the steward of Journal Publishing

As the owner of Journal Publishing in Crosby, North Dakota, Cecile Wehrman keeps busy churning out the weekly Crosby Journal and Tioga Tribune, where she has worked for the past 23 years. As long as she ...

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Janis Ware continues her father’s legacy at The Atlanta Voice

For 57 years, The Atlanta Voice has been informing, educating and engaging one of America's most dynamic and influential African American communities. Born out of the Civil Rights Movement, the paper has ...

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Jana Stoner leads women-owned publishing company

“I’ve had so much fun and one-of-a-kind experiences being in this industry,” Jana Stoner said. “Entering into my 45th year on the payroll with our publishing corporation, I still ...

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Bob Bonnar pours all his talents and enthusiasm into community journalism

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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Cindy Fisher holds tight to her dream of owning newspapers

As the owner of Kingfisher Media in Selma, Alabama, Cindy Fisher is living her lifelong dream of becoming a newspaper editor. She is a single mom of two teenagers without the safety net of a second income ...

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