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07/13/11 Disaster coverage focuses on usefulness
By Jim Slusher - Comparing today's Daily Herald against the past, you find evidence of how much more vital the local news source is today in helping communities deal with disaster, Jim Slusher says. FULL STORY
06/30/11 Blagojevich story obscures some serious business
By Jim Slusher - Jim Slusher says it's hard for hard to think of Gov. Rod Blagojevich as anything other than a creature of the media. Is that why he feels bad for him now? FULL STORY
06/22/11 We report, but sometimes only hope you care
By Jim Slusher - The subject of voter apathy is timeworn and perhaps best saved for use, if at all, at election time. Is the simmering catastrophe of legislative redistricting and congressional remapping an example of it or a response to it? Jim Slusher suggests it... FULL STORY
05/25/11 Pride, solidarity for newspaper in a time of tragedy
By Jim Slusher - Local journalists in Joplin are chronicling the human drama of the disaster, of course, but they're also steeped in considerably less glamorous details. All while trying to take care of their own battered families and property. FULL STORY
05/18/11 A personal brush with the callous red-light camera law
By Jim Slusher - DuPage County's rejection of red light cameras stirs some anxiety and a remembrance of my surprising personal encounter with the unrelenting rule of law. FULL STORY
05/11/11 Bin Laden photo debate is about life as well as death
By Jim Slusher - There's been a lot of talk in the past week about whether the public should see pictures of Osama bin Laden's dead body. But pictures of him while he was alive also deserve some thought. FULL STORY
05/04/11 It takes a local touch to bring a global story home
By Jim Slusher - Assistant managing editor Jim Slusher discusses the Daily Herald's challenge to report Osama bin Laden's death in its full global context, while also showing how the shock waves of bin Laden's life and death directly affected life in our corner of... FULL STORY
04/27/11 One news source still respects rational thought
By Jim Slusher - The list of false conspiracy theories is really almost endless. And this in an age when accurate information is more plentiful and accessible than ever. Oddly, it's one reason why newspapers are more relevant now than ever. FULL STORY
04/13/11 Critical thinking important when reading opinion
By Jim Slusher - Newspaper readers, like readers of any material really, need always to be critical thinkers, aware that facts and statistical data are open to many types of interpretation. Nowhere is this more true than in the letters to the editor., FULL STORY
04/06/11 In the end, who will be sunk by Sheen's torpedo?
By Jim Slusher - Few stories fit the 'hold your nose and publish' description better than the controversy around Charlie Sheen. But there's also something a little different about this one, something disturbing not on a cultural level but a personal one. FULL STORY
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