Why local news is still worth reading

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I’m in the habit of checking my phone early in the morning and also right before bedtime just to see if I missed any important world happenings. Major conflicts are brewing in different corners of the globe. Virus infections bubble up here and there. Supply chain issues, politics, money, and other things I read about but don’t fully understand.

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People are interesting things. I write about them and what makes them interesting.

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