If granted by a judge, the injunction would be a major boost to the newspaper’s workers who’ve been on strike for 18 months.
“It’s pretty clear that someone didn’t want the community to read the news this week,” said Ouray County Plaindealer co-publisher Erin McIntyre.
The company said in October that it planned to cut about 10% of its staff, months after a report that the paper was set to lose $100 million this year.
It's time for a media literacy revolution — and Kelsey Russell is at the helm.
A Kansas Department of Revenue spokesperson says a website search that led a central Kansas police chief to raid a local weekly newspaper was legal.
Experts say a central Kansas police chief was on legally shaky ground when he ordered the raid of a weekly newspaper.
The Kansas Bureau of Investigation is looking into a widely condemned police raid of the Marion County Record — but the target of their investigation remains unclear.
A small central Kansas police department is facing a firestorm of criticism after it raided the offices of a local newspaper and the home of its publisher and owner.
The rebellious royal was not expected to return to Britain on Monday.
An array of newspapers are dropping the comic strip after Scott Adams made incendiary comments about Black people.