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What newspapers must do to keep public notice

Here are the Powerpoint presentation and an mp4 audio of Richard Karpel’s session held on Nov. 16 for Nevada Press Association members. It covers the basics of public notice, plus a dozen suggestions you can put to use at your newspaper starting today.

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Rural America: ‘Listen to us’

By Al Cross A year ago this month, Donald J. Trump surprised most of the world and probably himself by winning the presidential election. He couldn’t have done it without rural America. The numbers in the exit polls were clear. Trump won 62 percent of the rural vote, more than …

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Sally Denton, John Smith and deep Nevada roots

We dropped in at Sundance Books in Reno on Tuesday to listen to a conversation between authors and journalists Sally Denton and John Smith, a precursor to her speech that night as part of the Nevada Humanities Laxalt Distinguished Writers Program. I was sorry to miss the speech itself, where …

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Nevada Press podcast

Listen in for the Nevada Press podcast, where Barry Smith talks — briefly, thank goodness — about stories from the newspapers around the state and issues involving journalism and media. You can subscribe on iTunes or wherever major podcasts are sold. (Of course it’s free. Who would pay to listen …

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