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August 06, 2014


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I've noticed that for a while now. Fewer and fewer local reporters and as you pointed out, a lot of the local content is behind their "paid only" firewall.

Patch hardly has any local stories anymore, short of the typical stuff like the police blotter.

We get the Columbia Flier still, but I rarely read actual newspapers anymore. If they can afford to print and distribute a newspaper for free, surely they can afford to release the content online for free.

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