by Grand Forks Herald
December 22, 2012 at 6:05 pm in Grand Forks Herald
Chuck Haga talks about what happens when the media covers tragedies Continue Reading
Tags: columns, Connecticut shooting, media, newtown ct, Red Lake Indian Reservation, updates 5 Comments »
You know.. Sometimes we don’t appreciate you guys for what you do.. I am sure that you have to live through a lot of difficult times.
In my own humble opinion, the ‘Get it Right’ is spot on.. There is absolutely nothing worse than when something is published and it is wrong. I have first hand experience with an issue where the guys down the river ‘Got it Wrong’.. So wrong it wasn’t even funny. It had to do with a person I know and some other than savory issues that happened around him. While I know they reported what ‘They were told’. There was no investigation on their part, no corroboration of what the local Sheriff’s office told them. They took it for gospel truth. I hate to tell you, but they (the authorities) will tell you what will put ‘them’ in the best light. It was then when I quit believing that you guys even fact checked your info.
The ‘Get it First’, well that is just boss speak for sell papers. Do I blame you? Yes and No.. Yes because I believe that people need time alone and time to themselves. No, because as a business owner I understand the complexities of insuring you turn a profit.
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Merry Christmas Chuck !
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Thank you Mr. Haga.
You do have to do thankless work sometimes…so….a word of appreciation and thanks is in order…
Merry Christmas, or Happy Hanukkah, or Happy Holidays…whichever fits….
(sorry, can’t help myself)
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Chuck Haga is one of the best human interest writers I’ve ever had the pleasure to read. He covers stories with respect, humanity and sensitivity. I hope he continues to write so we can all understand the human condition a little bit better. Happy New Year Chuck!
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