Answer: a large picture of a tractor, a WVU press release, yet another Ohio editorial along with one admonishing us to take driving seriously, and a syndicated columnist on why Giorgia Meloni is not a fascist
Question: What's in the morning paper?
The front page
Half the page is taken up by a story with two pictures of the upcoming Oglebayfest. (A picture of a park tractor takes up a fourth of the page.)
Also on the front page is something from ”staff reports” that is actually a word-for-word PR release from West Virginia University detailing President E. Gordon Gee’s . . .
Republicans, the Promise Scholarship, and a vulture with a bow tie
Locally, I have seen very little local reporting on this, but the Republican super-majority in the West Virginia legislature looks intent upon eliminating the personal state income tax. At our local Ogden papers, Steven Allen Adams has mentioned it and Mike Myer raised the idea last year. But for something that will negatively impact a . . .
Today, the Wheeling Intelligencer finally ended its series on the thoughts of West Virginia University President E. Gordon Gee
Exaggerations and highlights from four days and 2300 words
My understanding is that most universities have had to finish this semester online. While that task would present some difficulties, I searched and could not any other university leader who compared their planning to the 1944 D-Day operation or similar undertaking. (Even at universities that serve more students!)
Some . . .
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football and coal mines, party-school rankings, salaries
An interesting coaching strategy
Yesterday, the WVU football team visited a coal mine:
Why a coal mine? I don't know. Perhaps . . .
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A predictable editorial with a predictable scapegoat
After the Wheeling Intelligencer published four articles of questionable front-page news value in three days from West Virginia University's Academic Media Days, an editorial (or Myer column) was the predictable next step. Today's editorial focused on the first of those four stories in which WVU's President E. Gordon Gee discussed . . .
More local front-page coverage for WVU President E. Gordon Gee
Apparently, yesterday was WVU Academic Media Day and our local papers sent reporter Linda Comins to cover the events of the day. The keynote speaker was WVU President E. Gordon Gee (who else could it be?) and thus his comments became front-page news for this morning's Wheeling Intelligencer:
Gee Says West Virginia Forward . . .
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One more example of the locals' fascination with all things Gee
I can't make this up. The front page headline reads:
WVU President E. Gordon Gee Visits Wheeling
And the article begins:
Prospective West Virginia University students and their parents got the chance to ask university President Gordon Gee “anything.”
Gee was in Wheeling at Oglebay’s . . .