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Editorial: Local news is dying, and that has repercussions

Local news organizations have become a dying breed, and many do not realize the impact that this has on their lives, but there is still time to save it.

LV site embodies ‘hyperlocal’ trend in online journalism

With newspapers across the country taking a slow plunge and in some areas disappearing altogether, a new form of journalism – “hyperlocal” Web based publications have begun to fill the void – even in La Verne.

Hard work leads to fulfillment

I’m sure a lot of people would agree that the events of summer are always quite interesting. My summer consisted basically of writing stuff, playing music, reading and video games. That already sounds like winning combination.

New pavilion is officially unveiled

After months of demolishing and reconstructing, the Sports Science and Athletic Pavilion was officially unveiled Tuesday to a crowd of donors, faculty and other members of the community.

What to do with the piggy bank

For three straight months, my life was dedicated to full-time work. From 2 to 11 p.m., five days a week this summer, I lived for the experience of putting my foot through the doors of the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin.

Law cannot shield IVDB reporter

It is an understanding between journalists that one does not burn sources. It affects our credibility. If we burned our sources, then later on down the winding road of life, sources would not tell us anything.

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