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Editorial Page Almost a Garbage Dump— Delta (BC) Optimist 3/11/81

Newsmen Threaten Exposure— The Guild Reporter 7/24/70

Readers: We invent your comments and criticisms. Please address them to letters to the Editor, c/o The Worcester Record, 340 Main St., Worcester, Mass 01608— Worcester Recorder and Labor News 12/12/73

Tests Confirm Excessive Lead At USA Today— The Washington Post 4/1/89

48% Online-only content is copy-edited, but less reigorously than print content— 3/1/10

Rancho Bernando’s only full-sized community newspaper! Disturbing to over 18,000 households per week!— Spirit of the Fourth (Rancho Bernardo, California) 7/4/89

There is something more boring than baseball… Ellen Goodman’s column, Page A-11— Roanoke (VA) Times & World-News 7/23/81

Mark H. Fustenberg is a Washington writer who specializes in manufacturing isues— The Washington Post 9/15/87

Reporters return to Tibet after rioting— Daily Camera (Boulder, CO) 4/19/08

Four More Newspapers Switch to Offset; Conversion Is Not Always Soomth— Kansas Publisher 2/72

British press offensive— The Sun Lowell,MA 5/26/82

2 producers quit show complaining report has more substance than hype— Naples (FL) Daily News 2/24/89

Dr. Ruth Talks About Sex With Newspaper Editors— Rutland (VT) Herald 4/14/86

“All the President’s Men” (8 p.m. NBC). One of the many triumphs of this spellbinding political thriller about the Watergate-related events leading to the resignation of President Nixon is that the audience is constantly fascinated and involved. Jason Robards gives his best film performance in years as the editor while Robert Redford and Dustin Hoffman come when we learn at long last who actually did shoot J.R.— The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR) 11/8/80

Attorney G. Clinton Gaston and Nicole Tate, one of the women named in the civil rights action suit against the Chicago Police Department explain the gruesome accounts of what she encountered during a Chicago Defender interview— Chicago Defender 1/31/01

Suspect Held in Killing of Reporter for Variety— The New York Times 9/24/77

Quickies: 2 morning anchors pregnant— Akron Beacon Journal 5/1/92

Ex-NBC exec gets chair— The Miami Herald 4/15/93

Florida reporter completes sentence— Editor & Publisher 4/24/93

12 Killed By the AP— Syracuse Herald American 10/24/82

Media: Some Fear Coverage Reflects Judgment— Los Angeles Times 1/29/98

Patriots beat writer fired for plagiarism— San Francisco Chronicle 2/4/05

Editor’s wife rented to 2 suspects, FBI says— Chicago Tribune 10/15/01

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