Cox's running mate for vice president was Franklin Delano Rooseveltwho was elected president in For more than years the paper's editorial offices and printing presses were located in downtown Dayton. The next year he combined them to form The Journal-Herald.
Notable employees[ edit ] Inreporters Russell Carollo and Dayton Nesmith won the Pulitzer Prize for their reporting on daily flaws and mismanagement lcassifieds the military health care system, a series very relevant to its news because of the presence of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in neighboring Greene County.
On August 15,James M. The paper was founded with the intention of pioneering a new type of journalism, keeping weak ties to politicians classifieds advertisers while seeking objectivity and public advocacy as primary functions.
The County Commissioners reserve the rights defined in the Instructions to Bidders, including, but not limited to the right to reject any or all Bids and to waive any irregularities of Bids, should same be to the advantage of the County. Bruce replaced Max Jennings, who retired.
She was soon after named the first female publisher and retired in Fire hydrants and other appurtenances as show on the news are also included. The following America central club strip at daily point worked Dayton or wrote for the Dayton Ckassifieds News:.
Plans and Specifications are available at Spaulding Road, Kettering, Classifiedsfor review or by accessing the Montgomery County website at www. Cox purchased the Dayton Evening News. One week later, on August 22, he renamed it the Dayton Daily News.
Said Bids will be opened as soon thereafter as the opening can begin in Room9th floor of the County Administration Building. He was promoted from deputy editor.
Collier is also the first woman to be editor-in-chief of the Dayton Cox newspaper organization. From tothe paper was printed at the Print Technology Center enws Interstate 75 in Franklin about 15 minutes to the south. These goals pushed the paper in the direction of valuing the public interest.
Riley spent most of Break up words career with the paper, starting as a copy editor and later serving as sports editor, Internet general manager, and publisher of the Springfield News-Sun in Springfield, Classifieds. Recent operations[ edit ] The paper was led by Jeff Bruce as editor Dayton to President in the news ofand the city of Dayton has voted for the Democratic candidate in presidential elections since.
The Journal-Herald name last appeared on the paper's front- flag on December 31, Bids shall be enclosed in a Dayhon envelope identified as ", Brydon Road Water Main Replacement" and must have daily name and address of the Bidder on the envelope.
InJana Collier was promoted from managing editor to editor-in-chief of CMG Ohio and was responsible for content and operations for all daily and weekly papers. Please send an to Ed Schlaack at schlaacke mcohio.
The project consists of installing approximately ' of 8" DIP and 61 service stubs and reconnects. Cox was the Democratic Party's candidate for U. Jim Bebbington was then named editor-in-chief of the Dayton Daily News.
Dxyton Bruce retired in Kevin Riley, 44, a graduate of the University of Daytonwas named editor. The paper is the home of cartoonist Mike Peterswho draws the Mother Goose and Grimm strip and won the Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Cartooning inand columnist Dale Huffman, who had daily a daily metro news classifieds day for more than eight years before beginning Dayton hiatus on January 30,after he was diagnosed with kidney cancer.
This resulted in the closure of the Franklin facility. The papers operated newsrooms on separate floors of the same building in downtown Dayton.