Keene Publishing Corp., publisher of The Keene Sentinel, and other area publications, recently recognized three long-time staff members for their service with and contributions to the company.

At a staff ceremony on June 27, publisher Thomas M. Ewing presented a milestone service award to executive editor Paul Miller for achieving 35 years with the company. Also, president and chief operating office Terrence L. Williams presented unsung staff member awards to circulation office manager Ken Croteau and local news editor Anika Clark. Based on input from the entire staff, these were awarded to Croteau and Clark for the quiet effectiveness and high level of professionalism, achievement and reliability with which they perform their roles with the company. Each of the awards was accompanied by a gift from a local advertiser.

Keene Publishing Corp. is a diversified multimedia news organization that serves Keene and the Monadnock Region through The Sentinel, the now-daily newspaper founded in 1799, and its online offerings on and other websites and digital plaforms, through a range of targeted print and online products, including magazines such as the weekly ELF culture, entertainment and living publication, the monthly Parent Express and The Business Journal of Greater Keene, Brattleboro and Peterborough and the bi-monthly Monadnock Table, and also with commercial printing services.