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Have I forgotten anyone?

Louisville’s The Courier-Journal has long published cartoonist Hugh Haynie’s Christ-themed cartoon on Christmas Eve. The work has been gracing the op-ed page every year since 1961. 40 more words

Belfry's Haywood named CJ Coach of the Year

When it comes to Class 3-A high school football in Kentucky, no two coaches have been more successful over the past 10 years than Belfry’s Philip Haywood and Central’s Ty Scroggins. 1,172 more words


Roundup: Area high school basketball results for Nov. 22

Jeffersonville girls basketball improved to 2-0 in Hoosier Hills Conference play with a 66-52 win at Jennings County (2-3, 0-1) Tuesday. Now, 3-2 overall, the Red Devils sit atop league standings alongside Columbus East. 398 more words

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Floyd Central can't keep up with Castle in sectional final

Floyd Central hosted Friday night’s sectional championship meeting against Castle, but it was the Knights who sent the Highlanders packing.

Castle (8-3) totaled 517 yards of offense en route to a 42-28 win over Floyd Central – ending the Highlanders’ season at 7-4, their best mark since 2013. 726 more words


CJ owner Gannett chopping 2% of its workforce

It’s unclear whether those job cuts will come across all Gannett’s newspapers, including The Courier-Journal, or whether some will take bigger hits than others. The employment reduction, announced this morning in all all-points memo from the corporate office, comes amid forecasts that the company’s ad revenue… 411 more words

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Storm clouds gather over CJ owner Gannett Co.

Newspapers are suffering an accelerating drop in print advertising, a market that already was under stress, forcing some publishers to consider significant cost cuts and dramatic changes to their print and digital products, according to… 148 more words

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CJ top editor Budde is out, effective immediately; paper to 'sharpen our focus on investigative journalism'

Neil Budde‘s abrupt resignation was announced this morning in an email to staff from Publisher Wesley Jackson, who didn’t provide an explanation for his departure. 185 more words

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