10 years later: How a community newspaper covered Sept. 11

Our publisher walked into the newsroom, telling us we should monitor the morning TV broadcasts, not that anything was major, but just in case.

A plane had hit the World Trade Center, which while definitely unusual, was nothing we’d normally cover in Georgetown, Ky., where we focused our reporting efforts on news inside Scott County’s borders.

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The Lost world: Finale brings redemption, hope

“And in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make.”
— Paul McCartney

It’s over.

Just like that (well, maybe not quite so fast, given the extra time padded into the finale), the Lost journey is over. Far greater minds than mine will one day (including today, no doubt) provide a greater insight into the meaning behind it all, but for me, for now, I want to offer a few thoughts as I continue to process the finale, appropriately titled “The End.”
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