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Local officials skirting Sunshine Laws

It seems that as we are getting back into a more normal meeting schedule and more in person meetings, some of our local officials have started taking shortcuts as far as sunshine laws are concerned.

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Desperate staffing times call for creative measures

Are you having problems finding people to hire and retain staff? You’re not alone but there are some things you might be able to do to make the position you’re offering more attractive and to keep your existing employees happy where they are instead of out looking for greener pastures across town.

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Don't overlook the community news people expect to see in their community newspapers

How did we not realize we had a genie in the bottle right there on the Community Editor’s desk? If you’re reading this and asking “What’s a Community Editor?” or “We haven’t had one of those in 15 years since the last one retired”… then you have identified why not as many people are reading our products as there used to be.

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AdOhio staff are extra sales reps for all ONMA member papers

Did you know that our AdOhio team sold more than $1.2 million into your newspapers in 2021?

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2021 Carrier of the Year winners

The Ohio News Media Association and the ONMA Circulation Committee are pleased to announce the winners of the 2021 ONMA Carrier of the Year Awards. The awards recognize outstanding newspaper carriers from across Ohio.

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Ohio Debate Commission invites U.S. Senate and Ohio gubernatorial primary candidates to debate at Central State University

The Ohio Debate Commission invited candidates in contested Republican and Democratic races for US Senate and Ohio Governor to debate on Monday, March 28, and Tuesday, March 29, respectively. The Paul Robeson Cultural & Performing Arts Center on the campus of Central State University in Wilberforce will serve as the venue. The specific format for the debates is in formation, and selection of moderators will be announced at a future date. The debates will be held in accordance with public health requirements, including socially distancing in the 1000 seat theater. The debates will be made available and free for broadcast and live-streaming, in order to reach as many voters and parts of the state as possible.

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