"The 2,000-mile pipeline ... would transport deadly liquified waste from ethanol plants in five states here for “sequestration” (cough). One North Dakota ethanol plant would benefit. One is the loneliest number. It's the loneliest number since the number zero."
Publishing correct and factual information isn’t just a newspaper’s responsibility, but our overarching goal. This article is a part of Trust Week, a Forum Communications series.
The members of Career and Technical Student Organizations will become our future business employees, owners, community leaders and engaged citizens who we can vote for in elections in our lifetime.
So-called “ghost newspapers” are increasingly common, and the problem is no longer limited to rural, sparsely populated areas.
Dr. Mike Rosmann promotes the idea of improved policy to protect the health and wellbeing of the agriculture community.
As Forum Communications Co. continues Trust Week, managers and content producers in the company have realized the difference between news and opinion — or at least the foggy haze that sometimes envelopes the two — must be addressed.