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Press Release: National Fire, Emergency Districts Excluded from CARES Act, Request Inclusion in Federal COVID-19 Relief as US Grapples with Fires, Hurricane

**For Immediate Release**                                                     

Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2020                                                                  

CONTACT: 
Cole Karr, 417) 861-7418
Cliff Avery, SAFE-D, (512) 251-8101

National Fire, Emergency Districts Excluded from CARES Act, Request Inclusion in Federal COVID-19 Relief as US Grapples with Fires, Hurricane

Press Release: Texas Psychologists Raise Awareness, Share Resources on Suicide Prevention

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE    

Sept. 2, 2020                                                   

Contact: Jennifer Harris

(512) 773-7168, jharris@jwhcommunications.com

 

Texas Psychologists Raise Awareness, Share Resources on Suicide Prevention
Texas Psychological Association Highlights Role of Telehealth in Prevention During COVID-19

Electronic paid/requester subscriptions can count as valuable add-ons in certain circumstances

The ability to count electronic subscriptions on the annual postal Statement of Ownership, Management and Circulation, PS Form 3526, has been established since 2012. I have not revisited the subject since then, when a third page was added to the form to make counting possible.
Newspapers selling e-subs, as commonly abbreviated, wanted to be able to count them on their sworn statement as legitimate proof to advertisers of the additional circulation. NNA worked for three years through various channels to make it happen.

Press Release: Op-Ed: What They Learn Matters Republican Women Call on State Board of Education to Adopt Abstinence-Plus

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                       

Sept. 1, 2020                                                               

Contact: Jennifer Harris
jharris@jwhcommunications.com | 512-773-7168

 

Op-Ed: What They Learn Matters
Republican Women Call on State Board of Education to Adopt Abstinence-Plus

Amid uncertainty, be prepared for the next big story

We’ve reached the time of year when most of the news in our communities is dominated by returns — students return to the classroom, athletes return to the field and the court, and the lazy days of summer become a memory in the rear view mirror as we prepare for the return of fall. 
This year, of course, is a little different. Who is to say how long in-person learning will continue at our schools, or how many games will be played under the Friday night lights before COVID safety precautions cause a pull-back?

PPA cancels convention, holds in-person awards presentation

Top award winners in the Panhandle Press Association Contest included (from left) Michael Wright of Moore County, Gabby Perez of Muleshoe, Jeff Blackmon of Hereford, Elaina Estlack of Clarendon, Robin Patterson of Moore County, John Lee of Pampa, Benjamin Estlack of Clarendon, Roger Estlack of Clarendon, Tim Ritter of Canyon, Tara Huff of Fritch, and Shannon Cook of Canyon. PPA’s annual convention was reduced to a banquet event for award presentation and officer installation.

The 110th annual meeting of the Panhandle Press Association was held July 24 at the Hoffbrau Steakhouse in Amarillo.
The association’s annual convention, originally scheduled March 20-21 in Perryton, was distilled into one banquet due to COVID-19 pandemic concerns.
Faith Douglas of Canyon and Kade Miller of Panhandle were recognized as scholarship recipients for the coming year.