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Few words on a newspaper page get the same amount of attention as the word “correction.”
Community Events, April 2015
Since I am usually the person asking questions when I talk with people, I was a little surprised at a question I got last week. It was from a woman who used to work at the Valley Record — the second ex-staffer to visit us that day — and it got me thinking about the fascinating people I get to meet, and the sometimes- crazy things I get to do.
Small-town life comes with responsibilities, too.
An on-going photo essay from new staff-reporter/photographer Allyce Andrew.
The things I learned this weekend at the North Bend Jazz Walk were not terribly important — some of them weren’t, anyway — but most of them could be filed under some sort of positive heading, like “funny” or “good to know,” or “looking forward to that.” Even the sad news, that one of my favorite authors died just a few days earlier, came with a great conversation about his and other books. He’d been sick for years, so the news was not a shock, and it was less sad because we could talk about him.