Ogden reporter David Skolnick’s piece is balanced but does he tell us enough -- most importantly, what about the fascists?
Former president Donald Trump held a political rally in nearby Youngstown, Ohio on Saturday. Rather than ignoring the rally, today’s Wheeling Intelligencer used the story filed by a reporter from Ogden’s Youngstown Vindicator, David Skolnick. Skolnik’s coverage of Trump’s is balanced; it provides some of what Trump and Republican senate . . .
Yes, he’s still our congressman even if he has disappeared from local news reports
Until recently, local congressman, David McKinley, has always been in the local news
Newspapers: Since David McKinley was elected to Congress in 2010, Ogden Newspapers have reported his every move and utterance. Whether it was a visit with veterans, a trip to the Highlands, or talking to constituents, Ogden was there to cover (and . . .
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 . . .
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
Locally-based Ogden Newspapers legally acquired the Aspen Times earlier this year as part of its purchase of Swift Communications. (I wrote about it here). Last month, the paper became the story as local politicians and citizens reacted to its handling of a lawsuit. (See here).
Lately, I have not seen much on the controversy from . . .
Problems continue to pile-up at the Aspen Times
Robert Nutting’s Wheeling-based Ogden Newspapers obtained the Aspen Times at the end of November as part of its purchase of Swift Communications. (I wrote about it here.) Since then, the paper has had problems and recently, Colorado College journalism professor Corey Hutchins wrote about some of them:
Six months after Ogden . . .
State breaks own record, 4th shot, and Ogden policy
West Virginia breaks its own covid record
From The Hill:
West Virginia broke its record for highest daily COVID-19 cases on Thursday as omicron continues to hit states around the country.
The state’s Department of Health and Human Resources reported 3,345 cases, almost a week after breaking the record last Friday at . . .