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Skilled newspaper executive now leads Scripps newspapers in San Angelo and Abilene CINCINNATI, March 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The E.W.
CINCINNATI, May 27, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The E.W. Scripps Company (NYSE: SSP) announced today that Mark G. Contreras is no longer serving as the senior vice president of its newspaper division. He had held that position since January 2005.
CINCINNATI, Sept. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Leveraging its strength and reputation in an effort to define the future of journalism, The E.W.
A Washington state woman was arrested for refusing to leave a store that she claimed sold her a warm soda, authorities said. The Kitsap County Sheriff's Office said the 49-year-old woman purchased a soda from Handy Andy's Market in Bremerton Tuesday afternoon and immediately complained after opening the drink that it was warm, The Kitsap Sun of Bremerton reported Thursday. The woman told deputies the 61-year-old owner gave her permission to get a replacement soda while the owner said he told...
CINCINNATI, July 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Charles D. Horton III, who is credited with fueling the growth of kitsapsun.com, has been named the president and publisher of the Kitsap Sun. Horton, 34, joined the Sun in 2004 as circulation director.
Authorities in Washington state said a man accused of being drunk behind the wheel was found asleep in a drive-through lane with a beer in his cup holder. A Kitsap County Sheriff's Office report said deputies were called to a Wendy's fast food restaurant in Silverdale about 2:30 a.m.
Authorities in Washington state said they are investigating after a marijuana bud fell out of a baby's pajama bottoms at a Child Protective Services office. Police in Bremerton said the bud fell out of the baby's bottoms while visiting with a 24-year-old man who lost his custody of the child but is allowed supervised visits at the office, The Kitsap Sun of Bremerton reported Tuesday. The man told police the marijuana fell out during a visit at the office Saturday.
Neighbors in a rural area of Washington state have won a battle against a Montessori pre-school they claim would be noisy and harmful to the environment. Planners in Kitsap County recommended a permit for the Montessori Farmhouse School, the Kitsap Sun reported.