Today the unnamed Courier editor earns his second Barcalounger since the departure of Ben Hansen for a shameless puff piece for Prescott Valley in the editorial space, involving neither analysis, editorial opinion nor even a public issue. Waste of space.
A local newspaper is important to holding a community together, so it carries the responsibility of making good choices for the community. I'm an optimist, and I figure that if we become more critical readers and hold the editors accountable for what they're doing, including when they're doing right, we can gradually help make it better.
Professional writer and editor operating a small translation agency for Japanese clients, independent producer for KJZA FM, Pop Rocket columnist, working musician, old car nut and full-time art fartista.
(Not the good fellow of similar name who works for the Verde Independent, so leave him alone, he's cool.)