Journalists use public records to change human lives
Today ends Sunshine Week, an annual observance during which reporters inform the public about the benefits of their nosey actions. The observance began in 2005.
Newspapers still reaching, informing communities
Now seems like as good a time as any to launch a blitz on the importance of good, old-fashioned reporting in relation to today’s changing media landscape.
- Battle between love of guns and love of Christ in Ky.
If it’s between bread, Americans can have good meal
We Americans may never get over our obsession with hamburgers and hot dogs. But our culture allows us to dabble in a medley of delicious food substances between two slices of bread.
- Living in a state of well-being called West Virginia
Intrepid roosters run the FCC fox out of the henhouse
The dang Republicans and right-wing radio accomplished something that most Americans should appreciate; they kept the government out of newsrooms.
Schools struggling with kids’ combination of obesity, hunger
Little Jimmy isn’t so little. At age 11, he already is pushing 150 pounds, and his height hasn’t caught up with his weight.
A day when doing something didn’t feel like enough
It was a day for doing things I rarely did.
- Popcorn has considerable significance in pop culture
The touted benefits of hiking minimum wage are an illusion
I don’t know anyone averse to making more money. Sure, I have friends who demonstrate, through words and actions, that money is not the most important thing in their lives. But I haven’t seen one of them turn down a raise.
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