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Jul 11th 4:42pm • No Comments

Can always count on the Grammarly page for some good finds!

Jul 9th 9:36am • No Comments

#TBT #ThrowBackThursday
The Original Campise Reporting logo (pictured below), created by our founder, dates back to the 1970s and was a staple in the industry for decades. In 2011, the company moved away from the dated steno machine and toward a more modern logo of an interlocking C and R, as represented on this page, which was created by our current president. While the old logo was phased out, it was not forgotten and is still occasionally used in marketing materials today, and can also be found in the "About Us" section of our newly updated website, www.campise.com

Jul 3rd 8:30am • No Comments

Great "grammar" read!
I would add "passed" and "past" to their list. When you can substitute the word "beyond", use "past".
"My car traveled past her car."
"I passed her car."

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Jun 30th 10:05am • No Comments

All of us at Campise Reporting would like to congratulate Samantha on her recent graduation from Temple University. Way to go!

Jun 10th 4:59pm • 1 Comment



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