A look at today's Wheeling News-Register
National news coverage
There are no Associated Press or national news stories anywhere in today's edition of the Wheeling News-Register. While World War III apparently did not begin yesterday and President Trump refrained from personally attacking anyone on Twitter (Easter break?), there were important national and international . . .
I'm working on a longer post but I couldn't help noting that today's Wheeling News-Register continues to run Andrew Napolitano's syndicated column. Earlier this week, even Fox News dropped him. From the LA Times:
Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano is being kept off the air indefinitely amid . . .
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Today's Sunday paper has no coverage of Trump's wiretap claim
If you go to Kiosko, which displays the front pages of major American newspapers, you'll notice that yesterday's unsubstantiated claim by Donald Trump that former president Obama tapped his phones is headlined on the front pages of all of the newspapers. If . . .
A new low?
Page C4 of the opinion section has a guest column by the House of Delegates member Ryan Weld (R, Brooke and Ohio). The title, "Democrats Obstructed Budget Solely for Politics," describes the first fourth of the column. The rest of the column is a personal attack on Senator Jack Yost.
The column purports to be about the . . .
Okay, a question for all those local readers with a good memory or for those who know what to expect from our local "newspapers."
Here are the five headlines from the front page of today's (Sunday's) Wheeling News-Register. One story had the largest headline, the highest word count, and the biggest picture. Which . . .
A right-to-work bill by any other name would smell as badly
You can tell the legislature is back in session -- the right-to-work editorials/columns are back. Yesterday's News-Register editorial, "Giving Workers Right to Choose," is surprise, surprise in favor of this year's version of right-to-work legislation. This . . .
After a week of filling their "newspapers" with few local stories but lots of AP stories, our locals returned to form on Sunday once again emphasizing local stories even if the stories were not exactly front page news or, in one case, not even a new story.
The Sunday front page, in particular, seemed to be filled with . . .