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Editorial: Armchair epidemiology

Sequestered at home over the course of the pandemic, most of you undoubtedly have had a discussion—directly or through social media—with someone who’s shared “important information” about coronavirus. People with time on their hands find […]

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Guest comment

It seems like shortly after President Trump took office—or maybe it was before the Grand Wizard Cheeto took the throne or whatever it is we have now—that we entered this strange dimension where there are […]

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2020 and beyond

It is said that journalism is the first rough draft of history. And since we suspended our print edition after March 19, a lot of history has been made. The COVID-19 pandemic, the righteous anger […]

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Back at the newsstands

By Ronald Angle A warm welcome back to the CN&R’s faithful print readers. Theodore Roosevelt once said, “Free speech, exercised both individually and through a free press, is a necessity in any country where the […]