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Oberlin News-Tribune

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Oberlin News-Tribune is a weekly newspaper in Oberlin, Ohio.

The News-Tribune is a weekly.[1]

Donald J. Pease was the editor and co-publisher.[1][2] Pease moved to Oberlin in 1957 after serving in the Army; he had been hired as managing editor of the News-Tribune. Later, he became part owner. The weekly newspaper won over 85 prizes at national and state level, it was named best newspaper best among papers with a circulation under 2,300 copies multiple times under his leadership.[3]

Notable journalists who worked for the News-Tribune include Neil Zurcher, who worked at the paper for 7 years starting in 1954.[4]

References

  1. ^ a b "Ohio Rep. Donald Pease, A Democrat, Dies at 70; Tax, Labor, Trade Were Key Concerns". Washington Post. 31 July 2002.
  2. ^ "Donald Pease, 70, Ex-Ohio Congressman". New York Times. 5 August 2002.
  3. ^ Gabe, Catherine (30 July 2002). "Donald J. Pease, longtime congressman, dies at 70". The Plain Dealer.
  4. ^ Brown, Gary (20 July 2010). "The Monday After: Zurcher's 'Tales from the Road'". The Repository. Retrieved 18 June 2019.
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