The front page
The front-page story with the biggest headline is a feature article (with two pictures) about how a West Virginia native is dealing with the virus in Japan. Reporter Jennifer Compston-Strough talked to Joe Hindman, a New Martinsville WV native, who has lived with his family in Japan for 16 years.
Given the . . .
The top-of-the-page headline featured this morning in major national newspapers was yesterday’s pardons by President Trump. Typical was the Washington Post’s:
Trump grants clemency to high profile names
Similarly, here is the AP story that made it into 2,300 news sources:
11 big and not-so-big names . . .
Our morning “newspaper” continues its efforts to re-elect Senator Capito
Headlines are important. Frequently, it’s all that readers read.
Here’s the headline from The West Virginia Press Association:
U.S. Senators Capito, Manchin announce more than $7 Million in EDA Grants
Senators Manchin and Capito announce more than $7.9 million for workforce and . . .
If you really do believe that charter schools will improve educational outcomes in WV, why are the important discussions held behind closed doors?
Who was invited to last week’s WV Department of Education meeting on charter schools?
In a front-page article in today’s Wheeling Intelligencer, reporter Joselyn King tells us about a state meeting held last Wednesday in Parkersburg:
“WVDOE Starts Charter School Policy Discussions
King explains:. . .
The Wheeling Intelligencer reporter saw a different speech than the one that national news sources saw
This morning’s Wheeling Intelligencer coverage of yesterday’s Trump speech in Monaca (PA) was considerably different from that found in most national media. Rather than depending upon the Associated Press for coverage, our local paper used Rick Shrum, a reporter from another Ogden newspaper -- the Washington (PA) Observer-Reporter. The . . .
Trump-supporting Ogden "newspapers" once again demonstrate that what is not covered is just as important as what is covered
Today, two stories were on the front page of every national newspapers (for examples, see Kiosko.net or newseum): Former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort’s sentencing and the new charges against him and the FAA’s decision to ground the Boeing 737.
Today, Paul Manafort received no coverage in either Wheeling paper and you can find . . .