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The Postal Regulatory Commission’s (PRC) recent ruling held that mandating the implementation of Full-Service Intelligent Mail barcode (IMb™) requirements constitutes a rate increase.
The Hays National Education Association has filed an investigation request into an alleged violation of the Kansas Open Meetings Act by the Hays USD 489 Board of Education.
The request, filed Sept. 13 by Kathy Rome, KNEA UniServ director, alleges the board "violated the KOMA in offering a contract to the interim superintendent."
If you haven't done so already, it's time to complete your Kansas Press Association directory data forms and return them to the KPA office.
TOPEKA -The Kansas Supreme Court announced Wednesday that Lisa Taylor has been appointed public information director for the Kansas Judicial Branch. Taylor succeeds Ron Keefover, who founded the court’s public information office in 1981 and retired in September.
A FISA court decision to deny standing to a legal challenge from a law school clinic violates the First Amendment right of access to court proceedings, which all members of the public share equally, and casts an unnecessary shadow over a judicial process already shrouded in secrecy, the Reporters Committee and 25 media organizations argued in a brief to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court Tuesday.
It began with a typeset price list. It has since evolved into color spots, sponsored content and interactive digital experiences. The advertising world has come a long, long way.
The final in a series of free webinars, this one focusing on PhotoShop, is planned for Thursday, Dec. 12.
The president of the National Newspaper Association expressed disappointment with a decision by the Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit that affirmed the Postal Regulatory Commission’s (PRC) handling of the Valassis postage discounts last year.
The Emporia Gazette has purchased the Westmoreland Recorder newspaper in northwest Kansas.
The purchase was completed Thursday and the first issue produced by The Gazette this week.
The Augusta Gazette, El Dorado Times and Andover American have merged into one newspaper to serve the Butler County area.
The new newspaper, which printed its first edition on Tuesday, is the Butler County Times-Gazette. It was a bittersweet decision for Kent Bush, publisher.
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