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I forget the particulars to this story, but here is my best recollection: While working as a sports reporter at the Hanover Evening Sun, I was helping coordinate a story and its layout. The coach was approaching a milestone win or was receiving some accolade. I called the school –

A letter writer argues a recent YDR editorial urging tea partiers and occupiers to find common ground — and to refrain from bashing each other with stereotypes — was hypocritical because the paper also ran cartoons critical of the occupy movement. Just for the record, columns and cartoons do not

Here is a list of all of the YDR staffers who are active on Twitter. For more online resources, visit Buffy’s World. new TWTR.Widget({ version: 2, type: ‘list’, rpp: 30, interval: 30000, title: ‘YDR staffers ‘, subject: ‘Tweeps who work at YDR ‘, width: 250, height: 300, theme: { shell:

  Yes, according to the Newspaper Association of America, which has begun a consumer marketing campaign that extols the virtues of newspapers. An article in the New York Times reports that the campaign’s ads will show informed people are more alluring. “Smart is sexy” is the tagline. My colleagues and