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Employees at The Keene Sentinel will take unpaid furloughs and their top managers will take pay cuts as the paper works to weather the drooping economy.

Employees at The Keene Sentinel will take unpaid furloughs and their top managers will take pay cuts as the paper works to weather the drooping economy. The paper said employees will take a week of unpaid furlough this year and salaries will be frozen. In addition, the paper is freezing one of its retirement plans and suspending company contributions to another. Nine senior managers, including publisher and owner Thomas Ewing, will take additional pay cuts. The Sentinel has about 115 employees.

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Title Annotation:Keene
Publication:New Hampshire Business Review
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:1U1NH
Date:Mar 13, 2009
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