More fallout as national media continue to cover Ogden Newspapers' Aspen problems
Earlier this week, the New York Times published a long article by reporter Jack Healy that documented some of the problems surrounding Ogden Newspapers and the Aspen Times. Today, The Atlantic deepened our understanding with an article by the former editor of the Times, Andrew Travers:
At the Aspen Times, I had a front row seat for . . .
Nutting’s baseball team continues to be among the worst in baseball
Here is Hall of Fame pitcher Dennis Eckersley announcing last night’s Pittsburgh Pirates/Boston Red Sox game:
Dennis Eckersley on the Pirates (roster construction, payroll, etc):
"You talk about a no-name lineup. There's no team like this."
"This is a hodgepodge of . . .
From yesterday’s New York Times:
One editor quit. Another editor was fired after running opinion columns about what happened.— The New York Times (@nytimes) August . . .
The corporate owners of The Aspen Times did not allow it to cover a libel lawsuit against the paper, demoralizing the newsroom, former staff members say. https://t.co/2yExFYiWNm
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Inquiring minds want to know!
Last night, Fox created fake news by altering a photograph:
Brian Kilmeade, filling in for Tucker Carlson tonight, shared a clearly fake, photoshopped image of the judge involved in approving the Mar-a-Lago warrant pic.twitter.com/W3cxHdy6id— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) August 12, 2022
That's despicable. (It was also a sloppy . . .
From West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey:
Let’s see the search warrant today!!! Demand that the Justice Department release it now!!— Patrick Morrisey (@MorriseyWV) August 9, 2022
From former U.S. Attorney, Barbara McQuade:
The law prohibits DOJ from discussing a search warrant that is under seal. Secrecy . . .
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Not everyone is cheering
Manchin gets it done but at what cost?
The West Virginia senator has agreed to support climate action, but only after ensuring his home state would remain a fossil fuel fiefdom. https://t.co/sSRmRd0Dnw— Rolling Stone (@RollingStone) August 4, 2022
Jeff Goodell explains:
As part of the price for getting on board . . .
It took a while after the primary, but we all knew it was inevitable
Go ahead and search your old Ogden newspapers. See if you can find a positive article, op-ed, or even a good word about Alex Mooney before West Virginia's May primary. See if you can find anything that matches the wall-to-wall coverage that his opponent and Ogden favorite, David McKinley received. Having followed the election closely, I . . .