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Cozumel is one of the most popular ports in the Caribbean. It features fantastic sunsets.

From the Newsroom: Cruising along in the Caribbean

Cozumel is one of the most popular ports in the Caribbean. It features fantastic sunsets.

February 29, 2020, 6:02am Clark County News

If you are reading this, it means I am on yet another cruise! Read story

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Assistant Metro Editor Jessica Prokop, left, and Photo Editor Amanda Cowan speak about their reporting of "Bridging the Border."

From the Newsroom: Forum part of our role in community

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Assistant Metro Editor Jessica Prokop, left, and Photo Editor Amanda Cowan speak about their reporting of "Bridging the Border."

February 22, 2020, 6:00am Clark County News

Part of the reason people choose to become print journalists is that they don’t like speaking in front of cameras and audiences. We would much rather be in the crowd, recording what’s said. Read story

The New York Times has $800 million in digital revenue.

From the Newsroom: Not all news is bad for newspapers

The New York Times has $800 million in digital revenue.

February 15, 2020, 6:02am Clark County News

Although no one in their right mind would ever hire me to run a business, as The Columbian’s former business editor, I like to keep tabs on what some companies are doing. Read story

Two pages of comic strips run in the Tuesday paper.

From the Newsroom: Frequent questions answered

Two pages of comic strips run in the Tuesday paper.

February 8, 2020, 6:01am Clark County News

It has been about a month since we dropped the Monday print edition, and a while longer since we changed some of our columnists, and I am still getting questions from readers about these moves. Let me begin by reiterating that cost savings were the primary factor behind all of… Read story

From the Newsroom: An editor’s inbox can fill up pretty fast

January 25, 2020, 6:00am Clark County News

If you have an office job, or retired from one within the last 10 or 15 years, you have probably spent a lot of time sorting through your email. Read story

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A panel discussion was part of this year's economic forecast breakfast, along with a keynote speaker and a regional economist.

From the Newsroom: Events help Columbian stay relevant

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A panel discussion was part of this year's economic forecast breakfast, along with a keynote speaker and a regional economist.

January 18, 2020, 6:05am Clark County News

Everyone has an idea these days about what, in addition to reporting news, newspapers need to be doing to keep themselves relevant and financially viable. Read story

From the Newsroom: Monday paper ends, and more

January 11, 2020, 6:00am Clark County News

At the risk of repeating myself, I wanted to remind all of our readers that we are no longer publishing a Monday print edition of The Columbian. Read story

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From the Newsroom: ‘Top Stories’ lists signal year’s end

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December 28, 2019, 6:02am Clark County News

As we have talked about many times before, this is a new era of rapid change in the news media in general and for The Columbian in particular. So it is somehow reassuring to see some holiday traditions retained in our business. Read story

Columbian Photo Editor Amanda Cowan, left, and Assistant Metro Editor Jessica Prokop explore downtown Tijuana, Mexico, in November 2019 with Ramon and Enedis Flores.

From the Newsroom: Pulitzer grant funds vital project

Columbian Photo Editor Amanda Cowan, left, and Assistant Metro Editor Jessica Prokop explore downtown Tijuana, Mexico, in November 2019 with Ramon and Enedis Flores.

December 21, 2019, 6:00am Clark County News

One of the few areas of journalism that has been expanding is grant funding. Traditionally, news in the United States has been produced by for-profit companies using revenue from advertising and circulation. As that has been reduced, more and more nonprofit groups have stepped in to help fund major reporting… Read story

The puzzles and comics that currently run in the Monday edition will appear in the Tuesday paper instead.

From the Newsroom: Monday favorites won’t be lost

The puzzles and comics that currently run in the Monday edition will appear in the Tuesday paper instead.

December 14, 2019, 6:00am Clark County News

By now, you have probably seen our notices that we are discontinuing our Monday print edition next month. I will be honest here: We are doing this to save money, and dropping one day of printing and home delivery is one of the least-worse choices. Read story