Maybe not, but it would appear that Trump has lost the Wheeling Intelligencer
I’m trying not to make too big of a deal out of it (I realize that it’s not quite at the level of Lyndon Johnson losing Walter Cronkite in 1968), but today, Donald Trump appears to have lost the Wheeling Intelligencer. This morning, not one, but two of the Intelligencer’s syndicated columnists suggested that it’s time for Trump to leave . . .
Is it an accurate reading of who are the best businesses in the Ohio Valley or another revenue-generating promotion from our local Ogden newspapers?
The largest headline on the front page of today’s Wheeling Intelligencer’s tells us:
Simply The Best
As the subheading explains:
Readers Choose The Best Of The Ohio Valley
Yes, it’s time for the results of Ogden’s annual reader survey of Ohio Valley businesses. As the article explains, . . .
With 11/2 correction
Are some of Ogden’s Colorado papers rigging their search engine’s results?
From Real Vail’s David Williams:
Let's just go ahead and call it "Search-Gate." More questionable Colorado news for West Virginia's Ogden Newspapers. https://t.co/jlrlOE4GJM— davidowilliams (@davidowilliams) October 29, 2022
Apparently, if . . .
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
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