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by Rossland Telegraph on Tuesday Oct 21 2008
It’s common practice for newspapers to endorse candidates during election season. And we considered doing just that. However, in a small town with only one newspaper, we decided that such a course of action would be unfair. Therefore, unless candidates cross specific moral/ethical lines, expect the Telegraph to remain editorially neutral this election season.
by Rossland Telegraph on Tuesday Oct 21 2008
It’s common practice for newspapers to endorse candidates during election season. And we considered doing just that. However, in a small town with only one newspaper, we decided that such a course of action would be unfair. Therefore, unless candidates cross specific moral/ethical lines, expect the Telegraph to remain editorially neutral this election season.
by Rossland Telegraph on Tuesday Oct 21 2008
It’s common practice for newspapers to endorse candidates during election season. And we considered doing just that. However, in a small town with only one newspaper, we decided that such a course of action would be unfair. Therefore, unless candidates cross specific moral/ethical lines, expect the Telegraph to remain editorially neutral this election season.
by Rossland Telegraph on Tuesday Oct 21 2008
It’s common practice for newspapers to endorse candidates during election season. And we considered doing just that. However, in a small town with only one newspaper, we decided that such a course of action would be unfair. Therefore, unless candidates cross specific moral/ethical lines, expect the Telegraph to remain editorially neutral this election season.
by Rossland Telegraph on Tuesday Oct 21 2008
It’s common practice for newspapers to endorse candidates during election season. And we considered doing just that. However, in a small town with only one newspaper, we decided that such a course of action would be unfair. Therefore, unless candidates cross specific moral/ethical lines, expect the Telegraph to remain editorially neutral this election season.
by Rossland Telegraph on Tuesday Oct 21 2008
It’s common practice for newspapers to endorse candidates during election season. And we considered doing just that. However, in a small town with only one newspaper, we decided that such a course of action would be unfair. Therefore, unless candidates cross specific moral/ethical lines, expect the Telegraph to remain editorially neutral this election season.
by Rossland Telegraph on Tuesday Oct 21 2008
It’s common practice for newspapers to endorse candidates during election season. And we considered doing just that. However, in a small town with only one newspaper, we decided that such a course of action would be unfair. Therefore, unless candidates cross specific moral/ethical lines, expect the Telegraph to remain editorially neutral this election season.
by Rossland Telegraph on Tuesday Oct 21 2008
It’s common practice for newspapers to endorse candidates during election season. And we considered doing just that. However, in a small town with only one newspaper, we decided that such a course of action would be unfair. Therefore, unless candidates cross specific moral/ethical lines, expect the Telegraph to remain editorially neutral this election season.
by Rossland Telegraph on Wednesday Oct 15 2008
The big Canadian election is over now, but the important one is still to come. Here in Rossland, on November 15. At least that’s how I see it. We live in a world that’s all too often a top-down affair. Big media and big business impose their agendas on us without a thought for anything but their bottom lines.
by Rossland Telegraph on Wednesday Oct 15 2008
The big Canadian election is over now, but the important one is still to come. Here in Rossland, on November 15. At least that’s how I see it. We live in a world that’s all too often a top-down affair. Big media and big business impose their agendas on us without a thought for anything but their bottom lines.

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