Carol Crittendon

Crittendon selected general manager, sales director for Williston, Sidney papers

Wick Communications are pleased to announce that Carol Crittendon will become the general manager and regional sales director for the Williston Herald and Sidney Herald effective immediately. She has served as publisher for the Sidney Herald since October of 2014. In her new role, Carol will manage sales, distribution and production efforts in both Williston and […]

A Native American dancer takes a selfie with President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama at the Standing Rock Indian Reservation in Cannon Ball, North Dakota, Friday, June 13, 2014.President Obama made his first presidential visit to North Dakota, and was the first sitting president to visit Indian County since Bill Clinton in 1999. (Jerry Burnes/Williston Herald)

The Williston Herald Won 36 Awards!

BISMARCK — Williston Herald staffers earned the newspaper second place in General Excellence last week at the North Dakota Newspaper Association Better Newspaper Contest. Overall, the Herald won 36 awards — 22 for editorial content and 14 for advertisements — with 10 first place awards for the editorial department. Awards were for work from the 2014 […]

Ted Uhall Sr. is shown in July 2012 working at The Daily Iberian. The 50-year-plus employee died on Wednesday.  PHOTO CREDIT: The Daily Iberian Files

A Fellow Iberian

Ted Uhall, the man who spent 53 years doing his best to make sure The Daily Iberian made it off the press and onto doorsteps on time, died Wednesday morning as a result of his struggle with cancer. Uhall, 78, was a native of Pennsylvania who moved to Louisiana after serving in the U.S. Air […]

Nogales International reporters Murphy Woodhouse, left, and Curt Prendergast.

Prendergast named Arizona Community Journalist of the Year

NI writers win eight awards from press club Staffers at the Nogales International won eight prizes in the Arizona Press Club’s 2014 writing contest, including reporter Curt Prendergast, who was named Arizona Community Journalist of the Year. Other prizewinning entries from the NI came in the categories of public safety reporting, human-interest writing, immigration reporting […]

Antoine "Tony" Munk, of Ontario, Ore., left, is the big winner in The Argus Observer's $10,000 gold giveaway promotion. He and his wife, Viola, met Saturday with Argus publisher John Dillon, right, to find out the details of the prize.

Longtime Argus reader wins $10,000 in gold

ONTARIO, Ore. — A longtime Argus Observer reader is $10,000 richer. Antoine “Tony” Munk, of Ontario, has won eight 1 troy ounce gold coins in the Argus’ gold giveaway promotion. He and his wife, Viola, told the Argus how excited they were to win. “I’ve never won a thing in my life!” she said. Publisher […]