When we reduced days of print publication a couple of years ago, I got a call from a reader who was pretty mad about the whole thing.
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This makes sense to me: We get more for our money when we pool our resources.
The way I see it, if you want the rainbow, you gotta put up with the rain.
I saw Rick Anderson come up with the single, greatest sports trivia fact of all time.
In the couple of decades I’ve been attending Daily World Citizen of the Year Awards Banquets, I’ve come away each time with the same feeling — struck by the number of people in my community who structure their lives around the selfless things they do for others.
“FINE BOY LAST NIGHT BOTH FEELING TOPS TODAY”
I was struck this week by the connection of a couple of news stories in our paper — the consideration of removing the “Come As You Are” motto on the Welcome to Aberdeen sign, and the outrage over a Hoquiam café owner’s statement that he wanted to nurture an environment where “traditional,” married couples, meaning males and females, could come for a night out.
June 1 is when we’ll begin delivering a print edition of The Daily World three days a week instead of six and updating news on the website and social media pages between print cycles.