Research is an integral part of the life of any reporter, but what the general public may not realize is much of that fact-finding never finds its way into print. Here are some examples of information I have recently come across that I had no need for in
The Herald-Whig article from Aug. 21 headlined "QHS updating ‘outdated' dress code," should have been titled "QHS lowering standards on dress code." Frankly, I'm surprised they even acknowledge having a dress code.
Labor Day weekend always has a strange feel to it. Part of me is always saddened, because this is the unofficial final punctuation point for summer. But another part of me is always ecstatic, because Labor Day weekend traditionally rings in the high schoo
Every time I hear "The Class of '57" by the Statler Brothers it makes me think. And these days, I'm thinking about those lyrics even more. Like most country classics, "The Class of '57" is sad. Unfulfilled dreams and stories of broken hearts fill the vers
The National Nurses United union supports Medicare for All. It is the largest group of registered nurses in the U.S. and knows health care at the patient level.
Ill. 57 in Adams County greatly needs to be improved to help business and aid safety, and we hope Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker and his administration repond to that need.
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