It's not good news
From today's New York Times, West Virginia is now #1:
It isn't much better locally:
From the Associated Press, yesterday:
West Virginia has highest number of weekly virus cases in 7 monthshttps://t.co/rOoBzGJB0p— John Raby (@jrabyap) August 29, 2021
And here is WV Governor Jim . . .
A look at how Ogden and its political reporter do their part for the Republican Party
On Tuesday, I wrote about the Wheeling Intelligencer's editorial celebrating their birthday as a newspaper and in particular, the "wide range of opinion" found on their editorial page. Beyond the Intelligencer's "wide range," another sentence in the editorial got me thinking about the paper's election coverage: . . .
WV, Ohio County, and Governor Justice
Current WV dashboard:
And from the New York Times dashboard:
And from WV Metro News' Jake Flatley on Wheeling Hospital:
.@Whg_Hospital CEO Douglass Harrison says he is concerned with back to school and the spread of COVID-19 among children.
"WVU Medicine Wheeling Hospital is not prepared to take an . . .
Yes, it's the "wide range of viewpoints” found on the Wheeling Intelligencer's editorial page
Attention local readers: it's August 24. That means that it is time for the annual Wheeling Intelligencer birthday editorial that tells its readers what a great newspaper it is. From that editorial:
At the same time, our editorial pages attempt to present a wide range of viewpoints.
And the rest of the page is . . .
National, West Virginia, and the issues of racism and masking
The United States
The bigger picture:
The United States reported more than 1,000,000 new coronavirus cases in the last seven days for the first time since February 2, according to data from @CNN and Johns Hopkins University.— Ryan Struyk (@ryanstruyk) August 21, 2021
The most recent WV . . .
The Intelligencer, Fox News, and Mo Brooks
The Intelligencer whitewashes any Trump connection from an AP article on yesterday’s attack at the Capitol
On page 6 of this morning’s Wheeling Intelligencer, you’ll find the following article:
Man Surrenders After Claiming To Have Bomb Near Capitol
What follows is the beginning (the first 40%) of an AP . . .
What has happened to FREEDOM at Fox News?
From Media Matters earlier today:
In an internal Fox memo obtained by Adweek, the company announced on Tuesday that in response to the delta variant, it was instructing “all employees —whether on site as part of our essential workforce or working remotely,” to enter their vaccination status into a human resources database. . . .