About once a month, I get a call or a letter from a reader with a plaintive cry: “Bring back ‘Beetle Bailey’ and ‘Hagar the Horrible.’ ”
Beetle and Hagar. Hagar and Beetle. I’ve heard about them since becoming executive editor.
Duluthians love to know what’s up at City Hall, and this was a newsy tale. Read how the News Tribune broke the biggest story of the week--the rehiring of Mark Winson (above) as Mayor Don Ness' top aide--and more in Rob Karwath's Letter from the Editor column.
“Opus” has left our pages. Last Sunday’s edition was the final News Tribune to carry our lead Sunday comic strip about the exploits — sometimes a bit political, sometimes a bit racy — of a peculiar penguin and his pals.
Since we switched this month to a cleaner, sleeker site, we’ve changed the way we produce online content. One of the biggest changes is the addition of “tagging,” or adding keywords to every story and photo.
October 19, 2008
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