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by Michael Boyink / mike@douglascountyherald.com Bias. Complaints about bias in newspapers are as old as newspapers themselves.  Newspapers haven’t always aimed for objectivity.  Newspapers were created to promote the...

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Over the past few weeks, Mike Boyink and I have found it difficult to find fun, uplifting, inspirational or appropriate topics for The Snoop....

Why We Asked About Busing

by Michael Boyink / mike@douglascountyherald.com After our School Board Candidate Q&A ran last week, some readers wanted to know why we asked the questions we did. Let...

Snoop: On Interviewing Politicians

by Michael Boyink / mike@douglascountyherald.com On Tuesday, June 2nd, Ava and Douglas County will have the Municipal Election that the COVID-19 pandemic delayed back in April. While...

This Video Will Reveal Everything About the Coronavirus!

by Michael Boyink / mike@douglascountyherald.com So claimed an email I recently received. As you might expect, as a newspaper editor I read a lot of news. I’m...

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by Sue Curry Jones If per chance you read a national newspaper quite often, you are well-versed in mainstream media headlines and how they paint...

Editorial: It’s OK to Just Disagree

by Michael Boyink / mike@douglascountyherald.com Freedom of speech.  Freedom of the press. Things we strongly believe in here at the Herald. Still. Two weeks ago, we published a Letter to...

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By: Sue Curry Jones People are an enigma. Watching people is  entertaining.   If you’ve ever had the opportunity to travel by plane, you’ve experienced sitting in...

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As the coronavirus threatens Americans, daily news reports continue to reference the pandemic as an invisible, dark shadow casting a net across the US. ...

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by Sue Curry Jones Ringing church bells.  Sounding the alarm.  Ringing bells as an alarm to alert residents of special events dates back to AD 400 when...
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Bethany Baptist – Norma Stilllings

June 22 – Ruby Corder and Kay Johnson are still making dresses for the “Dress a Girl Around the World” Project. Together they have...

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