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March 21, 2014, No comments

This is Sunshine Week, an annual celebration of open government and citizens’ rights to public information. Public records are often the lifeblood of Carolina Public Press’ investigative reporting, so today we’re taking stock of key government documents that informed our reporting during the past year.

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Carolina Public Press awarded $50K from Ethics and Excellence in Journalism

March 17, 2014, 1 Comment

The grant will allow Carolina Public Press to expand its investigative and state government reporting, as well as increase efforts to develop a sustai ...

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CPP seeks investigative reporter to join its team

March 6, 2014, No comments

The investigative reporter will join its investigative news team in producing enterprise, investigative and policy-oriented news with a regional focus ...

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CPP seeks development assistant to join its team

March 6, 2014, No comments

Carolina Public Press seeks a highly motivated, professional and experienced Development Assistant to join its nonprofit organization’s award-winnin ...

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    CPP issues RFP for development consultant
    March 6, 2014, No comments

    Carolina Public Press requires a fund development contractor or consultant to support its efforts in creating and implementing a development plan that results in a written operational proposal that clearly articulates measurable goals, obje ...

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    CPP seeks journalists to join its team
    January 14, 2014, No comments

    The Western North Carolina-based nonprofit news service, Carolina Public Press, seeks experienced freelance journalists (reporters, data visualizers, photojournalists, multimedia reporters) to join its award-winning team.

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    Your most-read stories: The 2013 year in review
    January 7, 2014, No comments

    From fracking to handguns to the health of WNC's public universities -- readers and users found a lot of reporting to read, photographs to view and data and public records to consult, all from Carolina Public Press i ...

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    We want to hear from you!
    December 4, 2013, No comments

    2013 has -- so far -- been an incredible one for Carolina Public Press. And as we turn our sights toward 2014, we want to know your thoughts. What needs our attention? What should we do more of? Less of? What stories are going ignored and n ...