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Minnesota publisher named new president of National Newspaper Association

Reed Anfinson of the Swift County Monitor-News became president of the 2,300-member organization. Anfinson had served the past year as NNA vice president. He succeeds Elizabeth K. Parker of the Recorder Community Newspapers in N.J.
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Reed Anfinson of the Swift County Monitor-News became president of the 2,300-member organization. Anfinson had served the past year as NNA vice president. He succeeds Elizabeth K. Parker of the Recorder Community Newspapers in N.J.

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