It’s a constant rehash about which contender or party can be the most popular and rack up the most survey percentages.
Life appears to be just one continuing “sound bite” instead of resolutions to real problems.
Oct. 11, 2011 — A journalist’s job is to get the story — facts and information from various angles and sources —and compile them in a readable, concise format so the community knows what is happening around them. Unfortunately, not everything is black and white.
Oct. 4, 2011 — We are your number one source for local news.
Unroll the paper and lay it out on your kitchen table or office desk and take a look at what we offer in your hometown newspaper.
Now, imagine your life without the paper.
Oct. 4, 2011 — Many readers probably will remember my arrival at the Lassen County Times about 12 years ago.
Almost immediately I stumbled headlong into the murky controversy surrounding Paul Berry, a 22-year-old Lassen Community College student sentenced to five years in state prison for allegedly selling the equivalent of two joints to Cherokee Miranda, a Lassen County Narcotics Task Force operative who posed as a Lassen High School student.
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