Archive for the ‘Tulare’ Category

Papers to compete with Cherry-Coke Jello Mold

November 27, 2008

There’s lots of competition for readers’ attention today, what with Thanksgiving newspaper circulars to scour for Black Friday deals — and all the extra bing cherries Aunt Marcelline piled into her world-famous Cherry-Coke Jello Mold. So! Why not try something different on page one — as this sampling of Gannett papers shows?

First up is the Times Herald in Port Huron, Mich. (bigger view):


The Tulare (Calif.) Advance-Register (bigger view):


And The Arizona Republic (bigger view):

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Recession fears, a meteorite, and a mower

March 18, 2008

Datelines is an occasional roundup of news topping Gannett websites.

McLean, Va.: More than three in four Americans think the country is in a recession, a USA Today/Gallup Poll over the weekend shows, reflecting a crisis of confidence that economists say could make the economy worse. Elmira, N.Y.: One day after taking the oath of office, New York Gov. David Paterson today is expected to further address his admission that he had an extra-marital affair. Indianapolis, Ind.: A piece of meteorite stolen from a museum was recovered after a man who owns another slice of the same rock saw it at a gun show. Tulare, Calif.: A lawn mower, two chain saws and a leaf blower were reported stolen to the Tulare County Sheriff’s Department.

[Image: this morning’s USA Today, Newseum]