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Mid-Valley Newspapers collect 15 awards in a pair of recent journalism contests.
Newspapers traditionally are reluctant to publish photos of bodies, and with good reason. But what's the case for publishing bin Laden photos?
Corvallis ranks at No. 1 on a list of metro areas facing the least amount of risk from weather disasters and earthquakes.
Despite a reader's complaint, here's why the little verb is almost always the best choice.
First book by The Bureau Chiefs hits stores next week. It's an instant classic, or something like that.
New changes in AP style are disappointing.
Why the Gazette-Times made the decisions it did in that story about the naked intruder.
Student's suicide prompted some hard decisions about news coverage.
Awards for G-T including first-place nod for general excellence
As I was preparing for a speech this week to Oregon State University’s Triad organization about the future of local newspapers — which, by the way, I believe is bright — I came across a recent column by Margaret Sullivan, the editor of
I got an e-mail note on Thursday from a fellow named Simon Owens, who runs a website called Bloggasm. (The site focuses on online media and journalism; Simon lives in the Washington, D.C. area.) In the note, Simon says: “I remember reading your recent post mentioning the AP Stylebook change from ‘Web site’ to ‘website...