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Today’s News-Herald editor named to national newspaper publication’s 25 under 35 list

Today’s News-Herald editor named to national newspaper publication’s 25 under 35 list

The editor of the Today’s News-Herald has been named one of the newspaper industry’s 25 rising stars by Editor & Publisher magazine, a national trade publication. Brandon Bowers, who joined the News-Herald in June, was selected for the trade magazine’s annual 25 under 35 list. “As a newspaper …

March 10, 2015 | By | Reply More
Daily News receives Press Association Award from the North Dakota American Legion

Daily News receives Press Association Award from the North Dakota American Legion

The Daily News and Publisher Ken Harty were recently honored with the Press Association Award from the American Legion Department of North Dakota. The presentation took place at the Annual American Legion Winter Convention held in Bismarck this weekend during the Press Association Awards luncheon. …

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Britt Promoted to Regional Circulation Director for Williston Herald & Sidney Herald

Britt Promoted to Regional Circulation Director for Williston Herald & Sidney Herald

We are proud to announce the appointment and promotion of Tammy Britt to Regional Circulation Director for the Williston Herald and the Sidney Herald. In her new role, Tammy will be directly responsible for the retention and growth in readership and audience in our daily, weekly, niche and digital …

January 20, 2015 | By | Reply More
Daily Iberian Employee of the Year

Daily Iberian Employee of the Year

This year’s Daily Iberian Employee of the Year is Sports Editor Chris Landry. Chris does a great job overseeing our sports section coverage, working with more than a dozen local schools, more than 100 local teams, literally thousands of local athletes and coaches, in an effort to offer a good overview …

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Regalado hired as new advertising director of The Argus Observer

Regalado hired as new advertising director of The Argus Observer

There was a time when Debbie Regalado thought the grass might be greener on the other side. It was April 2004. She’d spent the last 18 years working for the Idaho Press-Tribune, and Regalado was ready for a change. So she made one, trading her job in advertising at the newspaper for landscaping. It …

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