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My one wish to build the content of the Emerald Zone's community newspaper would be that more of the intelligent, compassionate and interesting people who have the ability to enlighten so many others would share their vast knowledge and views with the rest of our readers. In a time of diminishing freedoms, the right to publicly speak your mind should be held dear.
staff with the Springdale/Baie Verte (NL) Nor'Wester (the same paper, just a different name and owner) I'm charged with the Fendi Handbags
overall operation of the paper a far cry from knocking on doors and waiting for 30 cents.
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The same is true with contentious issues courtroom matters and the like. Difficult decisions have to be made when you live in an area, participate in the community wholeheartedly, and also provide news coverage of events and developments which don't necessarily shed a fond light on people an editor or reporter can list as friends. Once you find it, the solution is simple treat everyone equally, with fairness and respect.
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That's the pitch I offered some 30 years ago after trudging around Rattling Brook in sunshine, rain, snow, or sleet to see that the loyal readers of the local community newspaper got their bi weekly fix.
Not a day goes by that I don't meet an interesting character or two, discuss a crucial matter with a person or two, or have my life brightened through contact with dedicated people who are devoted to the Emerald Zone and making it strong.
I have encountered many fabulous, famous and inspiring people in my years in the community newspaper business Terry Fox, Maurice Richard, and Rick Hansen, to name a few.
You could call it a classic example of working your way up through the ranks. I joined the staff in 1986 as sports reporter and circulation manager. I had very little experience other than I had dabbled in the paper's operation with the previous owner. I wasn't long into the position when I realized the important role the community newspaper plays in an area like ours, and the hard work that goes into producing it.
I lived in the centre of the small town and sold only about 30 papers. After my first few trips, I picked up a few carrier tricks, the most important of which was getting to the door of those houses with the fresh baked cookies at about the time the latest batch was coming out of the oven. Reflecting on my carrier days I now believe that Aunt Jane Bartlett and others timed their baking to coincide with my visit. Despite the regular invitations I didn't have the time to venture into all the houses, but I sprinkled more
A community newspaper (especially one covering a geographic expanse like the Emerald Zone) with its limited resources can't be all things to all people. There aren't enough hours in the day to get to all the news demands. An editor comes to rely on staff and other sources throughout the community to present enough food for thought that, once its all stewed together, it gets served out as an informative and entertaining weekly package.
The job lasted a few years. I enjoyed my connection with the paper at that early age, and the fact I was earning a little money for myself. I had no idea, however, that my connection to the Emerald's Zone's newspaper would last this long. Now into my 18th year on
The disappointments in putting together the Nor'Wester are few. However, there is one area I feel our readers sell themselves short. We have a relatively low level of reader involvement in the form of letters to the editor. Locals often want to engage the editor in conversations about matters and issues which mean a great deal to them as individuals, but for some reason most are reluctant to take pen in hand and put those views on paper. Who better could there be to comment on a fishery issue than someone who has toiled in the boat for 40 years? Who is more qualified to speak out on public policy matters Fendi Handbags 2018 than someone who's been squeezed by one? Who is better suited to inform readers on the pitfalls and challenges of school life than the students who face them daily?
Some Nor'Wester faithful would like to read nothing more than feature stories about the people around them. Others like to read stories which present controversy surrounding public figures. Others want to read the latest in sports happenings, or what's taking pace on the local church scene. Still others are anxious to scour the advertising messages. It gets difficult to meet the diverse needs of readers each week, but challenges aren't supposed to be easy.
Not every day brings happiness, however. Out of necessity, I've had to cover a cousin's drowning, another cousin's burning death, and many friends have been involved in tragedies. Handling these types of things are never easy, but the people this paper serve had a right to the information, and the stories had to be done.
After some extremely long hours picking the brains of some more qualified people around me, and climbing a steep learning curve, I was thrust into the editor's role in 1993. Twain must have made this statement in jest because despite the frustrations and troubles which come with any job, being an editor offers some fantastic rewards.
Conversely, other types of media which don't have such a large stake and/or presence in this region swoop in, do the controversial story and beat it out of town the same day, never having to stand up to the locals and answer to their approach.
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A newspaper should participate in its communities. The Nor'Wester purposely makes efforts to support local volunteer efforts. In fact, the staff was recognized nationally in this respect, earning the national award for community service among all community newspapers. The certificates of appreciation received from various groups and organizations could cover our entire building. They're the greatest reward because they mean your community newspaper is involved in your community. As I said, the road from carrier to orchestrating a weekly newspaper serving 15,000 plus readers each week was a long and winding one.
create news in our neck of the woods every day.
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