Miner's column was centered on a purported ethical breach made by NWNG's Northwest Herald, a daily newspaper that serves McHenry County, Illinois.
Miner cited in his story, some had been led to believe that NWNG had been made aware of the outdated content in the advertisement and had, despite such notice, refused to respond to it.
Nychay has never notified us of his dissatisfaction with the mention of an award he won while employed with NWNG. Although Mr.
It does acknowledge an award that he received while an employee of NWNG, and it briefly (on screen for less than 2 seconds) shows the cartoon for which that award was won.
McBride said that it was her understanding that NWNG was aware of Mr.
McBride said that she was "a victim" in this matter, and that NWNG was "a bigger victim - the victim of crappy journalism."
Nychay's work in NWNG's advertisement "Sounds dodgy to me."