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It's likely by the time the newspaper hits your driveway each morning that baseball fans are well aware of details from the previous day's game.
The Bee has published a front page story about community efforts to keep the Sacramento Kings in town about 40 times this year.
We face events daily that have caused someone profound grief.
Should a reporter disclose to readers that an interview was done via text, instead of in person or on the phone?
Some of you will remember when many newspapers were afternoon publications, or when you could choose between a morning or evening newspaper.
What does the news coverage of the former Sacramento police officer charged with rape have to do with the California Department of Water Resources' plan for two tunnels to divert water from the Delta?
Six sports journalists at The Bee picked the 49ers to win the Super Bowl last Sunday. Does that make us homers? I'd say no.
Sometimes the role of an editor is to slow things down.
I first met Tim Swanson when he stopped by The Bee's newsroom to interview me for a piece in Sactown Magazine. He was bright and engaging, the kind of journalist I'm always looking to hire.