Answer: The self-serving parts are still there but the paper has rebranded itself as “a community newspaper”
For the first time in years, the Wheeling Intelligencer editorial on the anniversary of its founding does not mention the promise to provide “light and information.” Instead, the paper has rebranded itself as a community newspaper. According to the Cambridge Dictionary, to rebrand is
to change the way that an organization, . . .
Here is the sub-heading for today’s New York Times’ fact check of yesterday's Trump speech in Charleston:
President Trump claimed that coal was “indestructible,” that West Virginia had one of the strongest state economies and that the U.S. was the “cleanest country in the planet.” None of that was true.
The . . .
West Virginians respond at Trump rally: LOCK HER UP!
An Ogden self-promotion and conflict-of-interest update
How is a wedding show front page news?
It isn’t unless local Ogden papers are the sponsor in which case it gets front page coverage before and after even if it has next-to-zero news value. From the front pages of local papers:
Sunday August 5
Thursday . . .
Unfortunately, you won’t find any in the Wheeling Intelligencer
Light and information?
This coming Friday is the anniversary of the Wheeling Intelligencer’s founding and if the past is any prologue, we will get to read yet another editorial telling us what an incredible job the Intelligencer does in serving its readers. The editorial will most likely quote the paper’s founding philosophy:. . .
A News-Register editorial tells us that Pearl Jam's Jeff Ament has the same power to incite violence as Donald Trump
Here is the poster that was used by Pearl Jam to advertise their concert in Missoula, Montana earlier this week:
Republicans and one of our local . . .
From today's front page: Senator Capito told an Intelligencer reporter on Tuesday that “tax reform has helped West Virginia”
How is this news? Doesn't relevance or timeliness count anymore?
Here are the first two paragraphs from a story featured on the front page of both of today’s local papers:
U.S. Sen. Shelley Capito attributes an improving West Virginia economy to Trump tax reforms passed late last year.
Capito, R-W.Va., spoke Tuesday on the effects of the tax reforms while visiting Wheeling. Earlier in the . . .
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