The rush on Election Day
We thought Barack Obama or Mitt Romney would mess us up Tuesday night, but it was actually Bill Owens who did, Editor Lois Clermont writes.
Editing Speakout is challenging
Speakout is overwhelmingly popular, emphasis on overwhelming, Editor Lois Clermont writes.
First Box isn't about winning a race
The Internet has put local media outlets in a competitive situation, but accuracy still must be more important than speed, Editor Lois Clermont writes.
Never without a book
I remember the magical feeling when, as a kid, I had saved up enough money for a new book and got to go to the back of Marie Beemer's stationery store on Brinkerhoff Street to make my selection, Editor Lois Clermont says.
Reporting on youth crimes
The death of Karen Bourdon on May 1, allegedly at the hands of her 14-year-old son, raised a number of ethical questions in our newsroom.
Misconceptions about the Press-Republican
Everyone has their pet peeves at work. Over the years, I have heard a few generalizations about the Press-Republican that are frustrating, Editor Lois Clermont writes.
Column: Decisions made more difficult by Internet
One of the many difficult decisions we have to make at the Press-Republican is when to publish the name of someone who dies in an accident or fire, explains editor Lois Clermont.
Screening letters, by the numbers
One of the jobs I am getting used to in my new role of editor is monitoring letters sent to the Press-Republican. It's not as easy as it might seem.
- The rush on Election Day