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The editorial board of one of Pennsylvania’s largest newspapers this week slammed Democrat U.S. Senate candidate John Fetterman’s attempts to get out of debating his opponent, Republican U.S. Senate candidate Dr. Mehmet Oz
The editorial board of one of Pennsylvania’s largest newspapers this week slammed Democrat U.S. Senate candidate John Fetterman’s attempts to get out of debating his opponent, Republican U.S. Senate candidate Dr. Mehmet Oz
 
If you’ve read a news story about climate change or renewable energy lately in a North Carolina newspaper, there’s a good chance the author’s salary was not paid by that newspaper but rather by funding from an environmentalist organization or other outside money.
If you’ve read a news story about climate change or renewable energy lately in a North Carolina newspaper, there’s a good chance the author’s salary was not paid by that newspaper but rather by funding from an environmentalist organization or other outside money.
 
Only 16% trust TV news and 21% trust newspapers
 
Even with their problems and shortcomings I strongly encourage you to support your local newspaper by subscribing to it
Even with their problems and shortcomings I strongly encourage you to support your local newspaper by subscribing to it
 
A new poll for the Daily Express of London of likely American voters by the polling firm Democracy Institute shows President Trump winning the popular vote by one percentage point
A new poll for the Daily Express of London of likely American voters by the polling firm Democracy Institute shows President Trump winning the popular vote by one percentage point
 
The News & Observer of Raleigh last week scribbled an unsigned editorial that’s splattered with broken reasoning and is unapologetic in its pandering.
The News & Observer of Raleigh last week scribbled an unsigned editorial that’s splattered with broken reasoning and is unapologetic in its pandering.
 
I used to live in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, when I was young and could barely remember anything of substance.
I used to live in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, when I was young and could barely remember anything of substance.
 
Last week’s news that McClatchy newspapers were declaring bankruptcy wasn’t a complete surprise.
Last week’s news that McClatchy newspapers were declaring bankruptcy wasn’t a complete surprise.
 
Why do our courts allow the silly people to push them around?
Why do our courts allow the silly people to push them around?
 
Newspapers refuse to die. On a superficial level, that's a good thing.
Newspapers refuse to die. On a superficial level, that's a good thing.
 
Gov. Roy Cooper has vetoed a bill that would change the way local governments issue public notices and referred to the measure as an attack on newspapers
Gov. Roy Cooper has vetoed a bill that would change the way local governments issue public notices and referred to the measure as an attack on newspapers
 
I realize that this is Foolishness of the first order but let your mind wander with me a moment.
I realize that this is Foolishness of the first order but let your mind wander with me a moment.
 
The poor guy was all alone in the midst of 40 other people.
 
In 1972, at the University of Georgia, our college newspaper staff opposed the proposal to change the name of the Henry W. Grady School of Journalism to the Henry W. Grady School of Mass Communications
In 1972, at the University of Georgia, our college newspaper staff opposed the proposal to change the name of the Henry W. Grady School of Journalism to the Henry W. Grady School of Mass Communications
 
I realize that this is Foolishness of the first order but let your mind wander with me a moment.
I realize that this is Foolishness of the first order but let your mind wander with me a moment.
 
Reporter Lynn Bonner and the News and Observer showed us once again why people have stopped buying newspapers: Reporters keep trying to make the news, not report it.
Reporter Lynn Bonner and the News and Observer showed us once again why people have stopped buying newspapers: Reporters keep trying to make the news, not report it.
 
Newspapers never have been hesitant to shame a public official into appropriate behavior. It's a time-honored tradition. Have you ever noticed things like "Sen. Blowhard did not return a phone call," or "Rep. Self-Dealer did not answer an email" in news stories? Those are there not just to let...
Newspapers never have been hesitant to shame a public official into appropriate behavior. It's a time-honored tradition. Have you ever noticed things like "Sen. Blowhard did not return a phone call," or "Rep. Self-Dealer did not answer an email" in news stories? Those are there not just to let...
 
Is the market for news and information in North Carolina overly concentrated in a few hands?
Is the market for news and information in North Carolina overly concentrated in a few hands?
 
Much has been written about the attorneys the Governor and the legislative leaders have hired to defend the Voter Information Verification Act (VIVA) against lawsuits brought by the NC-NAACP, the ACLU and the U.S. Justice Department. In contrast, to date, there have been no stories spotlighting the
Much has been written about the attorneys the Governor and the legislative leaders have hired to defend the Voter Information Verification Act (VIVA) against lawsuits brought by the NC-NAACP, the ACLU and the U.S. Justice Department. In contrast, to date, there have been no stories spotlighting the
 
He never served as president, governor, or U.S. senator, but Josephus Daniels was one of the most important and powerful figures in 20th-century North Carolina political history. Dr. Lee Craig, head of the Department of Economics and distinguished undergraduate professor at N.C. State University...
He never served as president, governor, or U.S. senator, but Josephus Daniels was one of the most important and powerful figures in 20th-century North Carolina political history. Dr. Lee Craig, head of the Department of Economics and distinguished undergraduate professor at N.C. State University...
 
What makes news? Three conditions certainly help: scope, rarity, and tragedy.
What makes news? Three conditions certainly help: scope, rarity, and tragedy.
 
We have a "daily morning paper" that is delivered (sometimes as early as 9 a.m.) every day except Monday. I rather doubt that the late delivery can be blamed on the carrier.
We have a "daily morning paper" that is delivered (sometimes as early as 9 a.m.) every day except Monday. I rather doubt that the late delivery can be blamed on the carrier.
 
A group of legislators, mostly from the western part of the state, decided that public notices required by law should be able to be published electronically rather than as has been required by law since before the internet was invented, in certain newspapers.
A group of legislators, mostly from the western part of the state, decided that public notices required by law should be able to be published electronically rather than as has been required by law since before the internet was invented, in certain newspapers.
 
A Tea Party-aligned Missouri congresswoman and the new North Carolina Department of Transportation secretary are the latest Republicans to get knee-capped by the mainstream media -- courtesy of McClatchy Newspapers.
A Tea Party-aligned Missouri congresswoman and the new North Carolina Department of Transportation secretary are the latest Republicans to get knee-capped by the mainstream media -- courtesy of McClatchy Newspapers.
 
Deatherage notified the WDN, in a Letter to the Editor e-mailed to Publisher Ray McKeithan on Jan. 20, of his amended terms for conducting future interviews with WDN reporters.
Deatherage notified the WDN, in a Letter to the Editor e-mailed to Publisher Ray McKeithan on Jan. 20, of his amended terms for conducting future interviews with WDN reporters.
 
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On July 31, Beaufort County’s only locally owned print newspaper, the Washington Daily News, will soon be under the ownership of an Alabama-based newspaper conglomerate, Boone Newspapers Inc.
On July 31, Beaufort County’s only locally owned print newspaper, the Washington Daily News, will soon be under the ownership of an Alabama-based newspaper conglomerate, Boone Newspapers Inc.
 
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