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Kristen Vake, a Chisholm native, previously hosted the channel's "Eye on Mining" segment.
From the column: "National media outlets and some (not all) journalists made a sport of poking former President Donald Trump as a way of trolling him. ... The problem for them is when they excuse Biden’s follies."
The Society of Professional Journalists awarded 16 honors to the Duluth News Tribune and Cloquet Pine Journal for 2021 coverage.
Kudos to the thoughts.

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Peyton Haug is a journalism and international studies major at the University of Minnesota Duluth.
From the editorial: "Social media by itself is not a dependable source of news. Unfortunately, though, it seems many people these days just aren’t interested in staying abreast of community information."
After 15 years of writing for blogs, a weekly, and a music station, our columnist joined the News Tribune in February.
You deserve to know the news you’re reading is based on facts and ethical journalism. That’s why the Duluth News Tribune has joined The Trust Project, which aims to help newsrooms and journalists actively demonstrate credibility.
Bothsidesism refers to the journalistic practice of presenting both sides of an argument.

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And then the paper could ask our current congressman why Republican Sen. Mitt Romney suggested he would support cutting Medicare and Social Security.
Choosing to publish the article on the day after the warming center closed, leaving countless Duluthians to live in tents and under bridges despite the still-freezing temperatures, displayed precisely how out of touch the News Tribune is with its readers.
In my mind, decisions regarding editorial content by newspapers in greater Minnesota raise questions of independence.

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