If it doesn’t come out in the wash it will probably come out in print

By Pat Turner
RBC | I’ve learned that when you work at the newspaper a lot of extra information comes your way. We try and keep conflicts “under the radar” and hope the powers that be will work them out. But when it comes to information that affects the community then it’s our responsibility to report the facts. And fortunately, most things do work themselves out before they come to a head. Our intention is for good and we’ll do our best to report the facts concisely with consideration and kindness.