Astor, Dave; Shields, Todd; Strupp, Joe; Fitzgerald, Mark; McGrath, J.J.; Moses, Lucia
November 2001
Editor & Publisher;11/26/2001, Vol. 134 Issue 46, p10
Trade Publication
Reports developments related to newspapers as of November 2001. Details on the newspaper game on elk series; Appeal of jailed writer Vanessa Leggett; Decision of Leroy W. Stauffer Family to sell The Danville News to The Daily Item.


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