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Instead of going to trial, the case of Kansas University School of Business teacher Art Hall v. KU is being settled out of court.
Four years ago, most of us wouldn't have predicted award-winning TV series would debut via online streaming on websites such as Netflix and Hulu and would never be aired on cable or network television. Just four years ago, it seemed unlikely that people would prefer online music streaming and radio apps over CDs and iPods, let alone be willing to pay for it. And four years ago, most of us wouldn't have imagined we would get our news updates on our watches.
As famous American writer and satirist Mark Twain once exclaimed, “The report of my death was an exaggeration.”
While the supposed demise of the printed version of newspapers has been around for several years, the Junction City Daily Union is proving that axiom is not necessarily always true.
The deadline for the first of five Kansas Press Association district meetings is noon Tuesday (Aug. 25).
Robert “Bob” Parker Sigman, 88, passed away peacefully on Aug. 11, 2015, in Olathe shortly after being diagnosed with cancer.
Ed Henninger has some advice on what to do to keep public notices in newspapers.
Henninger presented to the attendees at the 2015 KPA Convention in Junction City on newspaper design and received such rave reviews that he has been asked back to present at the 2016 KPA Convention in Overland Park.
Cigar maker. Elevator operator. Pinsetter. Iceman. Lamplighter. Switchboard operator.
Local daily newspaper reporter?
How soon will we have to add this once-stable occupation to the list of jobs that once were?
Some time during the early hours on Monday, a person or persons tried to break into the Kansas Press Association office in Topeka.
The Kansas Judicial Council will study a loophole in the state’s open records act that allows public officials to send private e-mail for official business.