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The past few weeks I’ve been addressing issues with the newspaper industry, and this column will wrap up the series as I explain why we approach newspapering from a different perspective. Read more

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The past few weeks I’ve been addressing issues with the newspaper industry and this column will continue along that same line. Read more

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Last week’s column on the status of the newspaper industry was devoted to the change in ownership from local to that of outside investment firms. This week, I’ll address the issue of online replacing the hometown newspaper. Read more

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Another story hit the wire service recently about a small town newspaper in Waynesville, Missouri, that was forced to close last fall and the repercussions now being felt in the entire county. Read more

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ELIZABETHTOWN | Sun Community News & Printing has added to its growing news team. Nathan Ovalle has joined the organization as managing editor. Read more

The Sun

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Change is the one thing you can always depend on in life. Read more

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PLATTSBURGH | The Sun has added the option of reading current news headlines on its digital billboard located at the intersection of Cornelia and Broad Street in Plattsburgh. Read more

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MIDDLEBURY - Addison County independent candidate for the Vermont State Senate Marie Audet, a resident of Bridport, reacted strongly to an Addison Independent newspaper column last week which she described as satirizing the sexual abuse of women. Read more

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PLATTSBURGH | Sun Community News & Printing has purchased a building at the intersection of Broad and Cornelia streets in Plattsburgh. Read more

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The Vermont Press Association (VPA) and New England First Amendment Coalition (NEFAC) condemns the Burlington School District and its high school administration for ignoring an important Vermont education law enacted to ensure First Amendment... Read more

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Recently we’ve all come to believe that as a nation we’ve reached a new low with all the animosity in Washington spilling out into the countryside. Read more

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Eight months after a pair of tariffs imposed by the Trump administration raised Canadian newsprint imports by double-digits, the fees are dead. Read more

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ELIZABETHTOWN | Sun Community News and Printing has made significant changes to the configuration of its press room. Read more

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ELIZABETHTOWN |  The U.S. Department of Commerce is moving ahead with tariffs on imported Canadian newsprint, albeit lower than those initially proposed. Read more

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I was told many years ago when I first joined the industry that once you get ink in your veins by working at a news organization, nothing else really comes close in comparison. Read more

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ELIZABETHTOWN | Sun Community News and Printing has upgraded its printing press by automating the system that delivers ink onto the newsprint as the papers are printed. Read more

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SARATOGA SPRINGS | Sen. Minority Leader Charles Schumer of New York is calling for the Trump administration to reverse tariffs placed on imported Canadian newsprint. Read more

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Last week’s tragic shooting at the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Maryland has shed new light on the close ties between local communities and their hometown community paper. Read more

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ELIZABETHTOWN | Five upstate lawmakers from New York are asking the Trump administration to reconsider imposing tariffs on imported Canadian newsprint. Read more

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Six months after a pair of tariffs imposed by the Trump administration raised Canadian newsprint imports prices by roughly 30 percent, the ill-advised policies have begun to extract some scalps. Read more

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