By the way, shouldn’t the header reference the new name and not the old one?
I can hear the answer: “But it’s just down the street from our office in Jeffersonville.”
Yep. The News and Tribune grows ever more Jeffersonville-centric, while in New Albany, we’re given a burned-out steno who hasn’t once peeked behind the Potemkin facades of local mis-government.
But how very important it is to weigh in on a single Jeffersonville eatery’s changes, to the exclusion of dozens of other issues that impact hundreds more people on a daily basis. Is Hanson trying to sell them an advertising package?
Viewing the newspaper’s inexorable decline is a lot like watching Bill Allen’s pathetically neglected buildings on Main Street rot. How much longer will there be any value to them?