The Last Word

The Last Word? Deadlines and housekeeping…

“It’s a hell of a lot easier to clean toilets and make some beds up and host people than it is to put out a weekly newspaper.” — Caroline Titus, Ferndale Enterprise editor and publisher (and Airbnb superhost), quoted at Poynter.org.

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The Last Word? New chapter, same verses…

“None of this means that all our troubles are over. Hurdles remain.” — Clay Lambert, Half Moon Bay Review editor, in “This small California publication provides a blueprint for how local buyers can save a newspaper” (Poynter)

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The Last Word? Without fear or favor…

“He has no friends, but he recognizes no enemies. He’s a hero for journalism everywhere.” — Rowland “Reb” Rebele (1989 CNPA president), describing Sacramento Valley Mirror Publisher Tim Crews in “Meet the ‘cranky country publisher’ who files lawsuits instead of tweets” (Poynter)

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