Will Whaley covered an arrest in a shooting his first day as editor of The Selma Times-Journal as he weighed turning out the next day’s print edition while understanding the town’s complex history.
“This is the story of a murder at the center of the Civil Rights Movement and the lies that kept it from being solved.”
The following article was published in the Selma Times Journal on April 9 by reporter Adam Powell, who […]
AUBURN, ALA. — An Alabama print-only newspaper, the Democratic-Reporter, whose former editor-in-chief, Goodloe Sutton, made headlines when he […]
Collective heads exploded this week as news outlets from one end of the country to the other began […]
Auburn Plainsman Managing Editor Mikayla Burns was perusing through a regularly delivered physical newspaper to their newsroom, The […]