Reporting the News Amid a Pandemic

Uncertainty should be scary, but it’s been too long and those effects have since worn off

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The first feature story I picked up as a syndicated freelancer with Gannett was on a man who was retiring after 56 years of employment with the same manufacturer. Making metal milk crates by hand, Gary started working there two weeks before his 18th…

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