Commentary

My ‘impressions’ of newspapers in the 21st Century, and what we hope it means for you

To me, a newspaper will always be what the name says it is: News on paper.

In challenging times, our community’s churches remain a wellspring of hope

This is the time of year when those of us who live in Tempe and West Chandler enjoy the warmer days of spring and visits from loved ones who are escaping, if only for a few blessed days, the shoveling of snow and perilous driving on icy streets.

What Wrangler News can and can’t do to verify our readers’ opinions

Here at Wrangler News, we're constantly on the lookout for stories that reflect the communities of Tempe and West Chandler. Comments on our website in recent weeks have lauded our coverage of intensely...

Where is my tough first newspaper editor when we need him?

Commentary . . . By Don Kirkland

Commentary from Tempe Councilmember Lauren Kuby

The City of Tempe is committed to transparency, and we are making strides to improve the ways our community members can connect to their city’s work.

A brief history of the difference between news and advertising. And why we don’t overlap them.

Going back once again to my days as a young reporter in L.A., I remember the barbed wire fence and machine-gun turrets that separated the advertising salespeople from those of us who comprised the news reporting staff.

With roots in their communities, newspapers still deliver

Once every month or so our mailbox holds a copy of the latest Editor & Publisher magazine, the U.S. newspaper industry’s bible that dates back to 1901 and, in my case, to the 1950s when I was a reporter for a couple of L.A.’s big dailies. I’ve skimmed the magazine’s pages for all those years but, admittedly, sometimes overlook it entirely.
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