By Kyle Valentini, AloNovus Corp News Story – 3rd Place Trained in textile design at the Cleveland Institute of Art, Dover native and 1990 Dover High School graduate Jon Stucky has made a successful living as an artist with his thoughtful paintings and mixed media pieces that often depict a
by Rick Palsgrove, Columbus Messenger News Story – Honorable Mention Two fights erupted at Groveport Madison High School on Oct. 29 resulting in the school being placed on lockdown for part of the day. According to Groveport Madison Communications & Community Relations Director Jeff Warner, one fight happened around 9
Personal Column – First Place Trying to explain the unexplainable This past week, I had a conversation with my daughter that many parents across this country had following the Parkland, Fla., school shooting. It was a conversation I in no way wanted to have. It was awkward, frustrating and difficult
By Dr. Shelia Brooks, Ph.D. The Black press has long been a platform for Black feminists and civil rights activists, like journalist, editor and publisher Lucile H. Bluford. Ms. Bluford was an uncompromising trailblazer and unapologetic in her writings and commentaries in the weekly Black newspaper, the Kansas City Call.
This Free Community Paper Month, we are excited to reintroduce our Members to SiteSwan.com , MACPA’s Associate Member of the Month. SiteSwan is the first ever website builder that is specifically designed for print publishers and includes everything they need to start building and selling websites to their advertisers and
Dear SMC Members: I just returned from a few days of meetings in Washington attending the PostCom Board Meeting. Here are a few of the take-aways that may be of interest to our members: Pricing/rates Sharon Owens, the Vice President of USPS Costing and Pricing gave a presentation about the