View this story on its original site POCATELLO — Residents east of the city are being told to stay inside their homes, lock their doors and be on the lookout for two potentially armed and dangerous suspects believed to be in the area. The Bannock County Sheriff’s Office issued multiple press releases starting around 7:15 […]
View this story on its original site Originally published by the Anacortes American. MOUNT VERNON — The Skagit Conservation District will not ask the Skagit County Board of Commissioners this year to institute a tax to help pay for the district’s services, district manager Bill Blake said Friday.
The Pioneer News Group, in cooperation with Microsoft Corp. and Posh Technologies, today announced an innovative new initiative that makes access to news easier and puts the power of reporting news into readers’ hands.
KUNA – Pioneer News Group, parent company of the Idaho Press-Tribune, is in the process of purchasing the Kuna Melba News, a weekly newspaper in Kuna. Pioneer is purchasing the paper from RIM Publications, a Seattle-based company that has owned the Kuna Melba News since 2011. “Adding the Kuna Melba News to Pioneer’s family of […]
April 27, 2016 KUNA – Pioneer News Group, parent company of the Idaho Press-Tribune, is in the process of purchasing the Kuna Melba News, a weekly newspaper in Kuna. Pioneer is purchasing the paper from RIM Publications, a Seattle-based company that has owned the Kuna Melba News since 2011. “Adding the Kuna Melba News to […]
Susan Scripps Wood, an owner and former board chairwoman of Skagit Publishing parent company Pioneer News Group, died Monday in her Mount Vernon home of more than 50 years. She was 80. Wood was a Seattle native and great-granddaughter of E.W. Scripps, who built a large newspaper chain that included the Cincinnati-based E.W. Scripps Co. […]
Working at The Herald Journal is something Advertising Director Dave Welsh knows well. Born and raised in Cache Valley, Welsh joined the paper in 1999 as an inside sales representative at age 19 after graduating high school. Through the years, he’s been promoted and most recently became the newspaper’s ad director in October 2013. Now […]
The Standard Journal is entering a new era of leadership with the promotion of Lisa Widick to general manager. Widick, formerly the advertising manager at the newspaper, began working at the Standard Journal in 1998 and has lived in the Upper Valley since 1992. “I love the newspaper, I love this community and the two […]
The Teton Valley News is entering a new era of leadership with the promotion of Meg Heinen to general manager. Heinen, formerly the advertising director at the newspaper, began working at the Teton Valley News in 2007 and has lived in Teton Valley since 1997. “What I love most about working at the TVN is […]
REXBURG — A nine-part series featuring mental health issues that appeared last year in the Standard Journal has received two national awards. The series, which featured a wide variety of topics, was entered in a national contest by Madison CARES, the Madison School District program that focuses on mental health. The Excellence in Community Communication […]
The Herald and News staff took home eight awards from the annual Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association’s Better Newspaper Contest for 2014. The paper competes among dailies in the state with 10,000 to 25,000 circulation. The convention where the awards were handed out was in Gleneden Beach recently. The Virginia newspaper association judged the contest. Regional […]
Two Daily Record staffers won awards in this year’s Society of Professional Journalists Northwest Excellence in Journalism contest. Lauren Takores won a third place award for comprehensive coverage for her reporting on Morgan Middle School. Voters approved a bond earlier this year to fund a remodel and new construction project at the school. Former sports […]
For the second year in a row, the Montana Newspaper Association has selected the Bozeman Daily Chronicle as the state’s best daily newspaper. At the association’s Better Newspaper Contest last weekend in Big Sky, the Chronicle won the Sam Gilluly Award as Montana’s best daily newspaper. The Chronicle also won first place in general excellence […]
June 3, 2015 (Bozeman, MT) – Brant Horn has been named the Circulation Director for the Bozeman Daily Chronicle. Horn was most recently the Circulation Director for the Kalispell Daily Inter Lake where he spent 14 years. Prior to that, Horn worked in circulation at other papers including the Great Falls Tribune. “The Chronicle couldn’t […]
Teton Valley News publisher and Driggs resident Scott Anderson was recently awarded the Humanitarian Award from the Teton Valley Mental Health Coalition. The award was created by the TVMHC to recognize outstanding individuals who have dedicated their time to promoting mental wellness in Teton Valley. “This nominee is someone who advocates for mental health, empowers […]
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NAMPA — In at least a few schools around the Treasure Valley, open-source educational tool Khan Academy is achieving a teacher’s dream: It’s getting students excited about math. Khan Academy is an online math tool for supplemental use in the classroom, launched by educator Salman Khan in 2006. Six years later, the J.A. and Kathryn […]
With tales of an overflowing evidence room and a meeting room that’s also used to process evidence such as soiled clothing, Bozeman police made their case Monday night for a new city law and justice center. “You have the complete support of rank and file of the police department,” officer Joe Swanson told Bozeman City […]
Around 40 people volunteered Saturday at Stokes Nature Center in Logan Canyon to do trail maintenance and enhance recreational areas where children play. Nature Preschool director Sadie Enright oversaw the projects and said she was surprised and pleased with the turn out. “We have way more people than I was expecting today,” Enright said. “We […]