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Outtakes—Nothing Neutral Here

Outtakes—Nothing Neutral Here

By Rick Outzen Inweekly quietly celebrated a milestone on Sunday, July 1. Nineteen years ago, we published our first edition of this newspaper. The cover story was “A Sign of Our Times?” with [...]

Outtakes—Big News Week

Outtakes—Big News Week

By Rick Outzen Traditionally the week after Thanksgiving is a slow news week. Reporters usually have to dig for interesting stories but not last week. On Wednesday, Nov. 29, a routine public [...]

Outtakes—Fighting For You

Outtakes—Fighting For You

By Rick Outzen Inweekly published its first issue on July 1, 1999. We wanted to be a newspaper that cared about its community and to be an advocate for positive change. The paper has stretched [...]

Outtakes—To Be Heard

Outtakes—To Be Heard

By Rick Outzen My primary beef with Mayor Ashton Hayward and his administration are their excessive secrecy and fear of holding town halls. Some have called the 2016 president election the "do [...]

Outtakes—Compelling News

Outtakes—Compelling News

The daily newspaper published on Sunday, Jan. 4 its editorial plan for 2015. The News Journal will focus on education, storm water improvements and infrastructure side of public safety, such as [...]

Outtakes— Improving My Craft

Outtakes— Improving My Craft

At the age of 57, I still have so much to learn. The past year I worked hard to perfect my writing. Though I will always be plagued with typos, I did a better job of developing my craft. My hatred [...]

Staying IN

Staying IN

15th Anniversary Issue In honor of our 15th anniversary, we're looking back and highlighting some of our favorite memories and milestones. But we also wanted this issue to be about moving forward [...]