McPherson Sentinel newspaper has been sold

The McPherson Sentinel newspaper has been sold. CherryRoad Media has announced the acquisition of The Sentinel, along with several other Kansas newspapers that have been owned by Gannett. The announcement was made on The Sentinel’s website. The company also has purchased The Newton Kansan, Pratt Tribune, Hays Daily News, Garden...
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Hays newspaper acquired by New Jersey-based company

Gannett sells off 13 Kansas newspapers in transaction. CherryRoad Media Inc. announced today it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire 20 newspapers from Gannett Co., Inc. The newspapers, which include five dailies, are published in Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa and Missouri. Dirks, Van Essen & April, a media merger and...
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Chillico Constitution-Tribune

C-T under new ownership Oct. 1

Chillicothe's Constitution-Tribune and sister paper, the Linn County leader, have a new owner, CherryRoad Media, effective Oct. 1, which plans to maintain an emphasis on local news. “We’re interested in local, small communities – really, Middle America communities,” CherryRoad CEO Jeremy Gulban said Thursday after the sale was announced by...
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Sacramento Observer

Sacramento NAACP: Do You Know About Rental Assistance?

Have you applied for rental assistance? Did you even know about it? The Sacramento NAACP wants to hear from you. Please take the survey provided at the link below. The COVID Rent Relief Program has funds available for past due rent, future rent, and utilities. Survey link: At the...
Henderson Daily Dispatch

Dispatch announces new leadership

HENDERSON — The Henderson Dispatch has moved to fill key leadership positions at the paper. Nancy Baker has been appointed publisher. Kellen Holtzman will fill the editor position. And Diane Robbins will assume the role of lead advertising representative. These are new appointments, but the faces are familiar. Baker served...

Just Listed in Alexandria

Just Listed highlights Alexandria City properties that came on the market within the past week. This feature is sponsored by the Jen Walker Team (Licensed in VA) of McEnearney Associates Realtors®. Welcome back!. Jen Walker here with The Jen Walker Team! We are a real estate group based out of...
Leavenworth Times

Several Kansas Gannett papers gain new ownership, including Times

CherryRoad Media has announced the acquisition of several newspapers in Kansas, including the Leavenworth Times. In addition to the Times, the company has purchased the Hays Daily News, the Garden City Telegram, the Pratt Tribune, the St. John News, the Kiowa County Signal, the Dodge City Daily Globe, the McPherson Sentinel, the Butler County Times-Gazette, the Wellington Daily News, the Ottawa Times, the Newton Kansan and the Hiawatha World.

Is There Another Way to See the World?

How we see the world is such a broad subject we could spend weeks discussing it, even in part. If you think I am exaggerating, look at how often the world attempts to "help" us see in various ways.

“Heathcliff” Film & TV Series Planned

Legendary Entertainment has picked up the film and TV rights to famed newspaper comic strip “Heathcliff” with plans to develop both kinds of adaptations simultaneously. George Gately created the strip about the iconic orange cat in 1973. His nephew, Peter Gallagher, currently writes and draws it with the strip still running in over 1,000 newspapers and boasting more than 80 million daily readers.

Legendary Picks Up Film, TV Rights to ‘Heathcliff’ (Exclusive)

Move over Garfield, there’s a new cat in town. Or rather, the previous cat is back and looking to score the spotlight. Legendary has picked up the feature and TV rights to Heathcliff, the comic strip featuring the cocky and street-smart cat about town, Heathcliff. The company plans to develop both simultaneously. The strip was created by George Gately in 1973 and ran in thousands of newspapers at its height. It is now written and drawn by Gately’s nephew, Peter Gallagher. Gallagher will act as a producer with Steve Waterman, who has served as an exec producer on such family fare as...

No of registered newspapers climb to 7,874

KATHMANDU: The number of registered newspapers across the country is 7,874. According to the 46th Annual Report, 2077/78, published on the occasion of the 52nd anniversary of the Press Council of Nepal, the number of dailies published from all over the country is 744. The report states that there are...

21 Ways to Support Students Who Lack Word Attack Skills

Are you looking for ways to support students who lack work attack skills? If so, keep reading. 1. Urge the learner to scan the newspapers, magazines, etc., and underline words they can decode using word attack skills (e.g., phonics, context clues, image clues, etc.). 2. Make the learner orally explain...
A Cup of Jo

Have a Delicious Weekend.

What are you up to this weekend? We ordering pizza tonight and heading to Coney Island tomorrow — one of the boys’ favorite places in the city. Toby says he’s going to finally ride the Cyclone rollercoaster, although he has said that before, so we will see! Hope you have a good one, and here are a few links from around the web…
Editor and Puplisher

Penny Rosenberg named editor of Oregon newspapers

Penny Rosenberg has been named the editor of the Albany (Oregon) Democrat-Herald and the Corvallis Gazette-Times. She will supervise the Lebanon Express, as well, which also is part of the Mid-Valley Media Group owned by Lee Enterprises. Rosenberg, 55, most recently worked as the city editor for three papers in...

Bring on the gnar! Rocktober is finally here!

October is notoriously referred to as “Rocktober” for a reason. It’s when all the stars (or rather, tours) align and everyone comes through Kansas. It’s also a time to get spooky—and as a result, some of the better shows get booked closer to Halloween. Rocktober also marks a special occasion in Lawrence—the return of the Granada after undergoing massive renovations! So here are, in our professional opinion, the best shows where you can get your spooky rock and roll rowdies out.

General / Saudi newspapers, Saudi Press Agency

Riyadh, Safar 18, 1443 AH, corresponding to September 25, 2021 AD. Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques’ approval to award the Third Class Medal of Merit to 60 citizens. A royal vision that embodied the Saudi interest in balancing the global economy. Faisal bin Farhan discusses with the Minister of...