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An era of journalists ending

The publisher (sorry, his name slips me) was in turn killed by a bystander. All of this happened on the street in front of the newspaper and within sight of the courthouse. Ah, the good ol’ days of journalism.

Those days are fading away, and small, family-owned newspapers are falling by the wayside. Newspaper corporations are steadily replacing local owners, and one-by-one, these men who were born with ink and ice flowing through their veins are dying.

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