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And The Union’s George Boardman calls himself a journalist?

Epilogue to this post: After my wife and I finished our lunch at the New Moon Cafe last week with Hilary Hodge and her wife, Angelica, one of our neighbors Larry Kaufman came up to us in the parking lot … Continue reading

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Locals Hodge and Senum make Sac Bee’s “Capitol Report”

“Symposiums about water policy don’t typically spark dust-ups about ticket refunds and allegations that members of Congress are trying to duck their constituents,” the Sacramento Bee is reporting this morning. “But some people living in the districts of Reps. Doug … Continue reading

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Brewery and taproom planned where The Union used to print its newspaper

A local who proposed building a brewery and taproom east of downtown Grass Valley has now set his sights on a new location: the empty space where The Union used to publish its newspaper before it outsourced the printing to … Continue reading

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Union editorial board member Sauer defends unqualified education secretary DeVos

One reason The Union is such a mediocre newspaper is that it has stacked its “editorial board” with selfish ideologues.  In a politically diverse community such as ours, it serves to divide, not unite. Norm Sauer is one shining example. … Continue reading

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The Union columnist Boardman gets it wrong (again)

“Bored Georgeman” wrote on his blog regarding the Super Bowl: “In short, I think Atlanta has more fire-power than New England can contain. I like the Falcons to win the game.” Wrong George. Again.

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Wonder why The Union’s print circulation has “plateaued”? Another Rebane column

“Our print subscriptions have plateaued along a line that would show a slight drop since the recession,” writes Publisher Don Rogers in his weekly column. “The drop is very, very slow, but yes, perceptible.” One reason is The Union’s choice … Continue reading

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Journalism that stands apart in The Union

All week we’ve been trying to get George Boardman, the “know-it-all” community journalist to understand big-city journalism. (He never made it to the big leagues but he pretends). This morning’s edition of The Union is a “teachable moment” for George … Continue reading

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