Archive for the 'Journalism' Category

NOT THE MARIETTA TIMES

April 16th, 2014

What’s going on here… Today’s headlines include: Local News Pets for Easter Burglar/thief says he’s ‘the fall guy’ 7th, Pike bid above estimate; project still a ‘go’ Food pantry’s new director a dietitian Hands-on Earth Day activities made for families Top Headlines Poll: How often do you skip breakfast? Previously…

I DON’T CARE IF CONVERSATIONS ARE NOT CIVIL…

April 15th, 2014

I think that the conversation, regardless of any rancor, venom or bile that may be spewed, in important because we build our communities with our conversations and if we shut down the conversations because a few trolls haven’t left the playground, then we endanger the social health of the community. A choke hold on comments […]

PULITZER AWARDED FOR SNOWDEN REPORTING…

April 15th, 2014

From this morning’s The Guardian: The Guardian and the Washington Post have been awarded the highest accolade in US journalism, winning the Pulitzer prize for public service for their groundbreaking articles on the National Security Agency’s surveillance activities based on the leaks of Edward Snowden. The award, announced in New York on Monday, comes 10 […]

NOT THE MARIETTA TIMES

April 15th, 2014

What’s going on here… Today’s headlines include: Local News Historic barns Sixth District primary Cell vs. landline Wood Co. board to vote on calendar What’s happening for Easter? Top Headlines Poll: What do you plan to do on Easter Sunday? Previously…

NOT THE MARIETTA TIMES

April 14th, 2014

What’s going on here… Today’s headlines include: Local News Winter unkind to River Trail The death penalty: Time for a change? Community service is ‘key’ Crazy Daisy Boutique Egg hunt held for visually impaired Top Headlines Poll: How interested are you in seeing so-called faith-based movies? Previously…

NOT THE MARIETTA TIMES

April 13th, 2014

What’s going on here… Today’s headlines include: Since the Marietta Times does not publish a Sunday edition, what was your favorite story this week? What story did the Marietta Times not report or under-report this week? Previously…

NOT THE MARIETTA TIMES

April 12th, 2014

What’s going on here… Today’s headlines include: Local News Preservation Heroin addicts face barriers to treatment Heartbleed virus: Local officials urge caution online Vet’s ‘smart home’ almost ready Spotlight on Belpre Church: Pioneer Presbyterian Do you think enough is being done to preserve our historic places? Previously…

NOT THE MARIETTA TIMES

April 11th, 2014

What’s going on here… Today’s headlines include: Local News Heroin scourge Heroin scourge: The local view Missed court date is worth a ticket to jail Health care reforms debated at Economic Roundtable Career Center skills on display This early in the road project season what’s your stress level driving around town? Previously…

SCHOOL STABBINGS AT FRANKLIN HIGH SCHOOL…

April 10th, 2014

I wrote in a comment to today’s Not The Marietta Times: Now, I find this interesting… While I was doing a search for general hits on the Marietta Times a few minutes ago, I found that the No. 1 News Story was Teen stabs 22 at Pittsburgh-area high school. Because I expected that the pro-gun […]

NOT THE MARIETTA TIMES

April 10th, 2014

What’s going on here… Today’s headlines include: Local News Bikes vs. cars Robber’s accomplice sentenced Grand jury will hear unlawful sex case Seismic testing discussed in Beverly Interactive sing-along show Do you think coyotes pose a serious danger in Washington County? Previously…

NOT THE MARIETTA TIMES

April 9th, 2014

What’s going on here… Today’s headlines include: Local News Jailhouse blues Suspect tries to get statement nixed Important city job vacant following retirement State issue will raise money for infrastructure projects Agreements on 7th, Pike project What is your opinion of traffic cameras? Previously…

NOT THE MARIETTA TIMES

April 8th, 2014

What’s going on here… Today’s headlines include: Local News Celebration! Mumps awareness Renewal levy for Warren the sky’s really the limit Hair Hoopla: Raising cancer awareness How would you describe this area’s level of heroin use? Previously…

HOW LONG CAN THIS LAST…?

April 7th, 2014

What’s going on here… Previously…

NOT THE MARIETTA TIMES

April 7th, 2014

What’s going on here… Today’s headlines include: Local News MHS alumni band Pilot dies in Athens Co. plane crash Families have fun fishing at local pond Taking care of Marietta 39th annual longrifle exhibit Which party do you think will be the big winner in this year’s congressional elections? Highest Rated Users ^ Bigfoot ^ […]

NOT THE MARIETTA TIMES

April 6th, 2014

What’s going on here… Today’s headlines include: Since the Marietta Times does not publish a Sunday edition, what was your favorite story this week? What story did the Marietta Times not report or under-report this week? Previously…

WHOSE REVOLVING DOOR SPINS FASTER…?

April 5th, 2014

The Superintendent of Cleveland Public Schools or the Editor of the Plain Dealer…?

NOT THE MARIETTA TIMES

April 5th, 2014

What’s going on here… Today’s headlines include: Financial struggles plaguing millennials BrAva ‘Mom Prom’ Peoples Bank Theatre awarded $500K from state Artists bond over memories Home health aide sentenced What is your opinion of people who have tattoos? Previously…

NOT THE MARIETTA TIMES

April 4th, 2014

What’s going on here… Today’s headlines include: Open for Spring Crazy car chase Historic discovery Bids sought for oil, gas leases on city land Church began in a garage Should students be banned from wearing hoodies in school? Previously…

NOT THE MARIETTA TIMES

April 3rd, 2014

Good morning Marietta. I’m from Marietta though I moved to the northern terminus of I-77 back in 1984 and have lived here now longer than I’ve lived anywhere else. Thanks to the Internet, I’ve stayed in touch and reading the Marietta Times online has been a habit I’ve maintained for a long time. On Wednesday, […]

NOT THE MARIETTA TIMES

April 2nd, 2014

So, my hometown newspaper, the Marietta Times, went behind a pay-wall a week ago. I was at first supportive of the move, small-town newspapers have a tough row to hoe, and financially supporting the paper made sense since I was reading stories everyday and often engaging in the conversation by contributing to the comment threads […]

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