How accurate have you found your local newspaper over the years to be reporting on situations you had personal knowledge of? Obituaries? Are some more accurate than others? Answer even if your local newspaper is no longer in business, since so many newspapers have gone under.
by Chasuk 7 years ago
If you believe that it is, do you accept its supernatural claims?
by Phyllis Doyle Burns 4 years ago
Does anyone still read an actual newspaper?I miss sitting at the table with my coffee and reading the newspaper, shuffling through the sections, reading the classifieds, etc. I stopped my subscription years ago. Do you still get the paper?
by scoop 7 years ago
What is the difference between precision and accuracy
by darlaz5130 9 years ago
How much is a 1944 & 1945 newspaper worth featuring Hitler and also featuring the atomic bomb
by Ann Leavitt 10 years ago
In my hometown a long-time major newspaper went out of business recently. It was an historical newspaper, had been in operation just about as long as our state has been a state. They attributed the business failure to the new ways that people get information. My question is: What do you think about...
by mega1 10 years ago
The local newspaper has reduced its size radically and talk is that it may reduce even more. Ad revenue has gone down in the past few years. This is happening all over the country. Do you still read the paper? How often? Why? I like reading the paper, but I am losing patience with...
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